Posted December 12, 2019

New Workshop: Scientific Applications of Mobility Training

After debuting content in Vienna Austria this past October, I’m bringing my newest workshop back to Canada.

May 2nd, 2020 in Vancouver BC at The BAR Strength & Conditioning, I’ll be going over mobility training with a hard eye on the current body of research.

Key Concepts

  • Differentiation of tissue responses to common mobility modalities
  • individual anatomic variations and assessments, changes in adaptation over aging
  • neurovascular responses to force applications in mobility training scenarios
  • research-based best practices to see specific mobility improvements depending on affected tissues
  • Application of mobility methods (practical section)

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the needs of each client or patient you see, plus direct ways to address their specific concerns regarding mobility training
  • Identifying specific limitations to mobility, and how they may be affecting the goals of the individual you’re working with.
  • appropriate use of tools such as long-hold static stretches, contract/relax modalities, eccentric overloads, loaded end ranges, and positional isometrics
  • effectively coach different modalities mentioned above for improvement of shoulder and hip function, specifically
  • Programming considerations for mobility, including when to move on from mobility training to more advanced modalities in strength & conditioning, plus when to return focus back to mobility training within a training calendar.


This course is designed for current trainers, physiotherapists or chiropractors who want to get some new ideas in mobility, learn more about the available body of evidence on what’s effective and what isn’t, plus learn how to get more specific results for their clients and patients in terms of mobility training.

Space is limited to 40 participants, so click the link to learn more and to register

Click HERE to learn more