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TriggerPoint : MB5 Assessments to Performance : English

Sat June 26 at 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

HK$2800

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Assessments ​to ​Performance: ​Using ​Mobility ​as ​the ​Foundation ​for ​Function ​– ​Master ​assessment ​based ​programming ​for ​better ​mobility

Learn ​an ​advanced ​approach ​to ​self-myofascial ​release, ​a ​technique ​shown ​to ​relieve ​muscle ​and ​joint ​pain ​and ​improve ​flexibility ​and ​range ​of ​motion. ​Unlike ​its ​predecessors, Foam Rolling ​Principles ​& ​Practices and Myofascial ​Compression ​Techniques: ​The ​Evolution ​of ​Foam ​Rolling, this ​course covers ​fundamental ​principles ​of ​human ​movement ​science, ​including ​anatomy, ​joint ​motion, ​function ​and ​dysfunction, ​and ​the ​art ​of ​effective ​assessments ​utilizing ​the ​TriggerPoint ​MB5 ​Massage ​Ball.

  • Learn ​integrated ​concepts ​of ​Human ​Movement ​Science ​
  • ​Learn ​assessment ​based ​programming ​
  • ​Learn ​advanced ​techniques ​for ​self-myofascial ​release ​

* The course includes a MB5 Massage Ball and a course manual.

Details

Date:
Sat June 26
Time:
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
HK$2800
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Venue

Optimum Performance Studio
1-2/F World Trust Tower, 50 Stanley Street Central, Hong Kong
Phone:
+852 2868 5170
Website:
www.opstudiohk.com

Organizer

Optimum Performance Studio
Phone:
+852 2868 5170
Email:
info@opstudiohk.com
Website:
www.opstudiohk.com

Other

Instructor
Ryan Charem
Language
English
CEUs
NASM [0.4], ACE [0.4], ACSM [0.4], AFAA [4.0], PMA [4.0]
Prerequisites
By booking this course, you confirm you have met the prerequisites required for this course as detailed in the description
Education Course Waiver Acceptance
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