How to Integrate Corrective Exercises in Rehabilitation and Performance Training

The latest webinar recording for Inner Circle members on How to Integrate Corrective Exercises in Rehabilitation and Performance Training is now available below.

Integrating Corrective ExercisesWhy Corrective Exercises Don’t Always Work

This month’s Inner Circle webinar discussed How to Integrate Corrective Exercises in Rehabilitation and Performance Training.  This is a follow up to my last webinar on Why Corrective Exercises Don’t Always Work.  In this webinar, I will discuss:

  • What corrective exercises really focus on
  • How to  classify corrective exercises into specific components
  • My system for determuning which corrective exercises to perform
  • What you can do to maximize the effectiveness of your corrective exercises
  • How and when to integrate corrective exercises into your rehabilitation, fitness, or performance enhancement program

 

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2 Responses to “How to Integrate Corrective Exercises in Rehabilitation and Performance Training”

  1. Hi Mike. The Inner Circle programme is great! It would be useful if you could upload the slides as a .pdf/powerpoint to make notes as you go along.

  2. Has anyone else found the sound quality deteriorate from 20 minutes onwards? Excellent topic mike!

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