NeuEra - Movement Optimization and Correction: Strength Sports
This course includes the most optimal theory and techniques for performing the main movements of the body (Squat, Bench, Deadlift, Overhead Press), as well as their accessory exercises. The concepts will be as relevant for bodybuilders, powerlifters and weightlifters as for the general population. The course will focus on the importance of good use of biomechanics in training, a progression of exercises, applicable neurological stimuli, the different levers and the importance of personalizing movements, according to each person's morphology. These protocols will be easily integrated into your practice and will set you apart from your competitors from the end of your 3-day training.
The areas of application are vast, such as injury prevention, rehabilitation, physical preparation, performance, healing support, muscle mass development, etc.
Target audience: occupational therapist, posturologist, physiotherapist, trainer, physiotherapist, physical rehabilitation therapist, physical trainer, athlete, etc.
What will you learn?
- The postural system and movement
- General adaptation syndrome
- The importance of primary movements for humans
- The study of postural tone
- The 10,000 hour rule
- The human foot and squat
- The different techniques, accessory exercises, exercise progressions and biomechanics of movement for the 4 lifts.
- Mobility of the rib cage
- Scapular and abdominal sheathing
- Squat ass to grass, true or false?
- Why squat
- Morphological differences
- Tools that can be used
- The visual system
- The vestibulo-ocular reflex
- The mouth
- Postural control
- The skin
Nicolas Desjardins, BHS, CPN
Bachelor in Holistic Health Sciences
Expert in Postural Neurology and Neurotherapy
PhD student in integrative medicine
President, Academia NeuEra inc
President, Neuro Performance Clinic and Institute
President, Swiss Neuro Performance Institute SNC
Vice President, Quantum Jump Technologies
Has more than 8000 hours of study in the field of health, therapy, sports and alternative medicine.