Matt Wallden | Designing Effective Corrective Exercise Programs – Webinar
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Designing Effective Corrective Exercise Programs – Webinar


Cover page JBMT Designing Effective Corrective Exercise ProgramsOn Wednesday 29th June, 20:00-21:30 the next in our 2016 Webinar Series will be live!

Many clinicians have a good knowledge of which exercises to prescribe for specific conditions, but their knowledge of how to most effectively prescribe acute exercise variables (reps, sets, loads, tempo’s, rest periods) and to place these into an effective periodisation schedule is often not at the same level of expertise.

Reciprocally, many fitness professionals have a good working knowledge of exercise programming, but with a lower level of clinical awareness around which exercises may be appropriate or inappropriate for a given client.

This webinar will address all of these areas where gains may be made in efficacy of your exercise program design!

Acute variables overview


On Wednesday 29th June, 20:00-21:30 the next in our 2016 Webinar Series will be live!

For too long now the fields of clinical rehabilitation and strength conditioning have remained distinct and isolated from each other.

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Clinicians usually have a great working knowledge of the optimal exercises for injured patients, while strength conditioning coaches are masters at program design and manipulating acute exercise variables…

The issue is, these two fields haven’t talked. The upshot is that many of the latest reports Screen Shot 2016-06-10 at 17.08.49in the research suggest that certain exercises are “ineffective” – when the reality is that the result achieved is the very result anyone versed in effective program design would expect… an
ineffective one!  If we can both utilise the most appropriate exercises and apply those exercises in the optimal way for tissue adaptation, then we can maximise results in both rehabilitation and performance

In short, as Paul Chek says, “there is no such thing as bad exercise – just a badly prescribed exercise“.

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