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MOVEMENT FOUNDATIONS COURSE

MOVEMENT FOUNDATIONS COURSE

Education and application to make your therapy and training clients more Resilient.

You want superior results

Resilient was born from a continued passion of achieving more with all patients, athletes, and clients.

If you’re like us, you strive for a better skillset and knowledge base to help people each day. Whether you’re a Physical Therapist, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Fitness Professional, or similar, our coursework can help you do just that.

We were inspired by the positive feedback we received when presenting our treatment and training model to other professionals just like you.

We knew we had something useful to share and decided the best way to make the biggest impact was developing our own online coursework.

Join us on the journey to provide high quality services to those we’re all privileged to work with.

All from the comfort of your own home or office.

Resilient Team Teaching at a Live Course

With our Movement Foundations Course, you'll learn our treatment & training system including...

Frank Alexander, ATC

to Dr. Chris Ahmad

NY Yankees Head Team Physician

“The Resilient Movement Foundations course is expertly designed for anyone who is interested in taking care of athletes of all skill levels. Greg, Trevor, and Doug do an excellent job creating digestible content that has a great blend of review and a fresh, new perspective. Their knowledge and insight is exceptional and is just one of the many reasons why the patients we share do so well.”

Allen Gruver

Former NBA Medical Director, PT Practice Owner, BFS Science Founder

“The Resilient team isn’t about novelty for novelty’s sake or unnecessary complication. It’s apparent that they designed this course with the end user ‒ the patient or athlete ‒ in mind. Coaches and clinicians of all levels will learn how to apply foundational concepts and execution into a comprehensive, systematic model.”

Ty Terrell

ATL Hawks Strength & Conditioning Coach

“The Resilient team is a go to resource for me as a professional. They are exceptional at blending the science with practical execution and their educational material does the same. Because of their blend of top shelf knowledge with real world training principles, learning from the Resilient team is a no-brainer. They have been and continue to be influential in my own development as a coach.”

Ben Hagar

AZ Diamondbacks Physical Therapist

“The Resilient team is on the cutting edge of all things rehab & performance. Their progressive approach & ability to educate & develop a rehab and/or training program that fits the needs of each individual are second to none. Whether you are a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, or an someone trying to regain function, the Resilient team’s unique approach will deliver above and beyond.”

The same coursework taught to organizations including:

Boston Celtics, Florida State University, Columbia University, Crunch Fitness, and more…

Skills and Knowledge to Help Everyone

We strive to simplify the complexity of the human body by providing you our road map of progressions with the rationale to teach you “the why.”

This course takes you through the foundations of how we approach human movement and progress from rehabilitation to high level performance.

How YOU get better...

Our course provides over 6 hours of video footage of presentation and practical demonstration for you to learn on your terms at your own pace with the ability to review all content whenever you’d like.

Course Objectives:

  1. Maximize the safety and effectiveness of the exercises you’re already doing to keep your clients healthy and minimize the need for extra rolling, stretching, and mobilizing
  2. Understand positional cues for Olympic lifting, running, lifting, and sporting activities
  3. Making sense of breathing drills (you won’t be belly breathing!)
  4. Review regressions and progressions for various movement patterns to keep your clients training consistently regardless of age or injury history
  5. Learn power and reactive work for the general fitness setting and why physical preparation requires way more than just lifting weights
  6. Review programming guidelines so your clients get the most out of all exercises
  7. Expand your menu of exercises to avoid emotional attachments to particular movements
Section 1: Theoretical Foundations
  1. Complexity Theory
  2. Managing Uncertainty
  3. Science & Sports Science
  4. The End of Hacking
  5. Patterning vs. Variability
  6. Emergent Order: Patterning, Checklists, Degrees of Freedom
  7. Anti-Fragility & Adaptive Reserve
  8. Deconstructing Models
  9. Rehabilitation – Performance Continuum
  10. Principles of Training & Adaptation
  11. Physiological Menu
  12. 10 Planning Considerations
Section 2: Lower Body Foundations
  1. Lumbopelvic Biomechanics
  2. Pelvic Orientation and Finding the Middle
  3. Anatomy
  4. Bilateral Extension Pattern
  5. Hip Impingement and Facet Joint Dysfunction
  6. Bilateral Extension Pattern’s Effect on Movement
  7. Assessing Movement
    • Squatting
    • Deadlifting
    • Split Squat
    • Running
    • Change of Direction
    • Plyometrics
  8. Common Exercise & Stretching Mistakes
  9. Exercise Progressions
    • Hip Extension
    • Hip Flexion/Internal Rotation
Section 3: Upper Body Foundations
  1. Anatomy
  2. Biomechanics
  3. Joint Interdependence
  4. Breathing
  5. The “Core”
  6. Posture
  7. Common Pathologies
  8. Assessing Movement
    • Horizontal Pushing & Pulling
    • Vertical Pushing & Pulling
    • Transverse / Frontal Plane
  9. Dissociation & Performance
  10. Common Exercise & Stretching Mistakes
  11. Exercise Progressions
    • Horizontal Pushing & Pulling
    • Vertical Pushing & Pulling
    • Transverse / Frontal Plane
Practical Sections
  1. Hip Flexion/Internal Rotation
  2. Hip Extension
  3. Horizontal Pushing & Pulling
  4. Overhead
  5. Transverse / Frontal Plane
  6. Running
  7. Jumps
Case Studies
  1. Crossfitter Hip Labrum Tear
  2. Powerlifter Hip Impingement
  3. Pro Lacrosse Player Post-Op Groin
  4. Hamstring Tendinopathy in Pro Distance Runner
  5. Hamstring Pull in High School Sprinter
  6. In-Season Ice Hockey Player
  7. Pregnant Crossfitter Bilateral Hip/Pubic Pain
  8. Tactical Athlete Shoulder Instability
  9. Law Enforcement Officer Hip Labrum Tear & FAI

Full Course Outline

Section 1: Theoretical Foundations
  1. Complexity Theory
  2. Managing Uncertainty
  3. Science & Sports Science
  4. The End of Hacking
  5. Patterning vs. Variability
  6. Emergent Order: Patterning, Checklists, Degrees of Freedom
  7. Anti-Fragility & Adaptive Reserve
  8. Deconstructing Models
  9. Rehabilitation - Performance Continuum
  10. Principles of Training & Adaptation
  11. Physiological Menu
  12. 10 Planning Considerations
Section 2: Lower Body Foundations
  1. Lumbopelvic Biomechanics
  2. Pelvic Orientation and Finding the Middle
  3. Anatomy
  4. Bilateral Extension Pattern
  5. Hip Impingement and Facet Joint Dysfunction
  6. Bilateral Extension Pattern's Effect on Movement
  7. Assessing Movement
    • Squatting
    • Deadlifting
    • Split Squat
    • Running
    • Change of Direction
    • Plyometrics
  8. Common Exercise & Stretching Mistakes
  9. Exercise Progressions
    • Hip Extension
    • Hip Flexion/Internal Rotation
Section 3: Upper Body Foundations
  1. Anatomy
  2. Biomechanics
  3. Joint Interdependence
  4. Breathing
  5. The "Core"
  6. Posture
  7. Common Pathologies
  8. Assessing Movement
    • Horizontal Pushing & Pulling
    • Vertical Pushing & Pulling
    • Transverse / Frontal Plane
  9. Dissociation & Performance
  10. Common Exercise & Stretching Mistakes
  11. Exercise Progressions
    • Horizontal Pushing & Pulling
    • Vertical Pushing & Pulling
    • Transverse / Frontal Plane
Practical Sections
  1. Hip Flexion/Internal Rotation
  2. Hip Extension
  3. Horizontal Pushing & Pulling
  4. Overhead
  5. Transverse / Frontal Plane
  6. Running
  7. Jumps
Case Studies
  1. Crossfitter Hip Labrum Tear
  2. Powerlifter Hip Impingement
  3. Pro Lacrosse Player Post-Op Groin
  4. Hamstring Tendinopathy in Pro Distance Runner
  5. Hamstring Pull in High School Sprinter
  6. In-Season Ice Hockey Player
  7. Pregnant Crossfitter Bilateral Hip/Pubic Pain
  8. Tactical Athlete Shoulder Instability
  9. Law Enforcement Officer Hip Labrum Tear & FAI

Who teaches this course?

Meet the Co-Founders of Resilient Performance & Resilient Performance Physical Therapy: Greg, Trevor, and Doug (L>R)

From coaching to treating to teaching, Resilient’s staff of Physical Therapist / Performance Coach hybrids has professional experience with athletes and organizations including:

Don’t put off the progress of your athletes and clients.

Start the course today so you can be your best…

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