Dr. Craig Liebenson vol II.
FPM-TRAIN: Building capacity and the trainable menutermín školení
Dr. Craig Liebenson vol II.
First Principles of Movement – TRAIN: Building capacity and the trainable menu
Dr. Liebenson is coming back to Czech Republic to present another part of the First Principles of Movement concept called TRAIN – Building capacity and the trainable menu. In the middle of November, you can be part of the 4-day conference lead by Dr. Liebenson and his international team.
14. – 17. 11. 2019
Dr. Liebenson brings 4-days full of top class inspiration. The conference ig going to be divided into two parts. Firts part called BRIDGE THE GAP lead by Dr. Tim Latham and Dr. Laura Latham will take place on the first day and second part Building capacity and the trainable menu led by Dr. Liebensona will run for the following three days.
BRIGDE THE GAP
- How to take a thorough history to find key performance indicators
- Review 6 parts to Movement Prep
- Functional movement assessment basics
- Practice with FPM scoring system to turn every exercise into an assessment
- Gameification ideas to refine external cueing and motivation coaching abilities
- Group case studies to practice critical thinking and problem solving
- Key communication points to build relatedness with client and improve healthy behavior
BUILDING CAPACITY AND THE TRAINABLE MENU
- Perform a needs analysis
- Assess fundamental movement patterns
- Program GPP – General Physical Preparation
- Build a trainable menu
- Progress & amp; regress within each menu
- Bridge the gap from current capacity to required demands
- Incorporate load management
- Troubleshoot rehab issues & performance issues
- Movement Prep Immersion
- The 4 Key Principles for Efficient, Precision Results
- Active learning: Small group problem-solving for the 6 Fundamental Patterns
- 3 Progression Levels – rehab (1); intermediate (2); Performance (3)
- Workshop: Squats; Deadlifts/hinge; Lunge – 1 leg bias; Push – vertical & horizontal; Pull – vertical & horizontal; Carry/locomotion
- Load management/under-preparation basics
- Threat management/over-protection basics
- Dynamic Systems Theory, motor learning & skill acquisition
- Gamification & ecological valid constraints – based training
- A humble approach for uncertainty: being prepared for Plan B
- Developing an agile approach: How methods & systems lead to principles & assimilation
- Case management
|14. – 17. 11. 2019|
|9:00 – 18:00|
30. 5. 2019
1. 6. till 1. 9. 2019
1. 9. till 14. 11. 2019
|BRIDGE THE GAP – 14. 11. 2019|
Dr. Craig Liebenson
- Founder and director of the L.A. Sports and Spine Center (LASS)
- He worked as team chiropractor for the NBA Los Angeles Clippers
- First chiropractor of the Board of Directors for The McKenzie Institute in USA
- Working with athletes – professional and amateur – from a wide variety sports
- First health care provider in California to receive recognition status from the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s Back Pain Recognition Program
- Author and editor of Rehabilitation of the Spine: A Practitioner’s Manuala Functional Training Handbook
Dr. Laura Latham
- Being a lifelong athlete and science geek with a passion for helping people.
- Dr Laura naturally gravitated towards a career in physical rehabilitation.
- She continued her education at New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) in Seneca Falls, NY where she earned a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and was inducted into the Phi Chi Omega Honors Society.
- Laura’s post-graduate studies led her to the field of yoga and completion of a 200-hour yoga teacher training.
- She holds additional certifications/training in a variety of advanced soft tissue techniques, kinesiology taping, functional performance training and exercise rehabilitation.
Dr. Tim Latham
- He graduated from Belle Vernon Area High School then played baseball and studied physical education at Potomac State College.
- Later he completed the undergraduate program at California University of Pennsylvania.
- Tim completed the 3.5 year Doctor of Chiropractic program at New York Chiropractic College with a focus in sports medicine and nutrition.
- Dr Tim continued to diversify his skillset following chiropractic college by completing a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition, earning numerous fitness certifications, and training in functional medicine through the Institute for Functional Medicine.