This past October I was able to head to Jolly ol London and film some components for a new certification program being launched by the Personal Trainer Collective. This series features an online certification program for trainer hopefuls as well as a continuing education component for existing trainers looking to broaden their education in various topics.
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This was a really fun course to record for the @ptcollective last fall. Can’t wait to see the finished product released soon! #Repost @ptcollective with @get_repost ・・・ Basic Biomechanics with @dsomerset1 Dean recently completed two courses for the PTC and one of those was on the scientific application of mobility. In this short video Dean looks over basic formulas. Keep an eye out for the release date of Dean's first course for the PTC.
Because the course is based on the feedback of hundreds of trainers, gym owners, and clients as to what would be the best benefit for new trainers and existing business owners, the programs are meant to be immediately actionable, allowing registrants to take information, form systems, and implement into their training programs and business models seamlessly and effectively.
All of the course options are launching today until September 13th on an early bird rate, which means you can get in on the ground floor, learn from people like Nick Tuminiello, James Kreiger, Dr. Eric Helms, Dr. Mike Zourdos, Richard Sennewald, and Andy Liddle, plus many more coming in future months, this would be a great opportunity to gain certification, upgrade with continuing education credits, and see me talk about injuries and mobility concepts.
Additionally, if you only want to view the courses I put together for the PTC, you can access them individually if you like. Sort of like a la cart at a fancy restaurant, you only get what you want.
Click HERE for the Fundamentals of Biomechanics & Mobility course
Click HERE for the Injury Concepts for Personal Trainers course
The early bird rate ends September 13th, so get in now to save big. Also, if you’re in the UK you get even better savings since the company is based out of England, so more reason to hit it up.