Classes

Quest to be your Best Quest to be your Best Quest to be your Best
About You Performance & Injury Prevention About You Performance & Injury Prevention About You Performance & Injury Prevention
Back Education Class Back Education Class Back Education Class
Golf Injury Prevention Golf Injury Prevention Golf Injury Prevention

QUEST TO BE YOUR BEST

Quest to Be Your Best goes beyond the physical aspect of health and invites you to become your best by addressing the body, mind, heart and spirit. At every age, we are all in training to be impact players not only on a court or a playing field, but also in our lives off of the court. This class addresses physical movement patterns that can limit potential and lead to injury and pain.

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About You Performance & Injury Prevention

Learn how to prevent injury and keep the athlete of any age on the field and in the game.

About You Performance will teach you about physical movement patterns that can limit potential and lead to injuries. In this class we will present part of the functional movement screen. The functional movement screen is an assessment that is key to identifying risk of injury before beginning an exercise regimen. It is built on a strong foundation of sound science and current research. The FMS is currently being utilized in over 150 pro and college athletic teams.

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BACK EDUCATION CLASS

Learn how to get back your flexibility, move better, and prevent back injuries. In this class, we will show you the causes of back pain where you will gain an understanding of the spine and its interactions with the various muscles and discs and we will show you our sound method we have developed to put you back into motion.

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GOLF INTERVENTION PREVENTION

Learn how to prevent the top 4 injuries in golf and achieve an ideal warm-up regimen to maximize your game. We will explain and discuss the causes of the top 4 injuries in golf and present different preventative methods while exploring the importance of flexibility, strength, balance and the proper spine angle for a powerful golf swing.

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