A very unique course. Representation was clear and on-point. I dont know if finding clients for this could be a problem in my country, I'll see about that.
Great course and other prerequisite for IMS1! Paul in this course shows his holistic approach to back pain. He explains how its not only about exercise but how important are breathing, mastication, visual and vestibular system and many other things. Except that he shows you a lot of his assesment techniques and a a lot of exercises from rehabilitation exercises to basic lifts like a squat or deadlift.
Very clear and well structured course. A thorough explanation that links through to practical applications that can be utilised with clients.
In my opinion this is the best of three prerequisites for IMS 1. No matter if you are beginner trainer or if I you have already gained some experience in the field I believe you will get some enriching knowledge for you. Paul explains here some basic professional terms and gives you detailed description a using of tempo, rest period, loading, periodization and much more.
This course is one of the prerequisites for IMS 1, which I did two years ago. In the first part of this course is described anatomy and function of abdominal muscles and assesment tests for abdominal function. In the second part of this course are described core exercises from easy ones to exercises for advanced clients.
Based on actual research I am not sure with things like Janda's syndromes and is possible that on day this course will have to be updated but despite that I think that course is worth taking even if you dont want to participate in IMS.