Date: 10/13

Time: 10 am – 2 pm

Coach: Tyler Reiter & Tim Sheehan

Member Price: $30

Non-Member Price: $50

Focus: Principles of basic Human Movement (Squat, Hinge, Push, Pull) and the TORQUE SYSTEM

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Focus: Principles of basic Human Movement (Squat, Hinge, Push, Pull) and the TORQUE SYSTEM

This is a 1-day course (10 am – 2 pm) hosted by Torque Strength & Conditioning and lead by coaches Tyler Reiter and Tim Sheehan.  This workshop is perfect for coaches and athletes who want to learn the basics of the Torque system. This workshop is meant to develop coaches and athlete’s knowledge of movement, identify improper movement pattern and imbalances, and how to address these issues. The workshop will be an open learning environment for people who want to learn how to move safer and better. It's for men and women of all ages and all fitness levels. If you have muscle imbalances and keep getting injured, then this workshop is for you! If you are not sure if you are exercising properly, then this is for you! If you have no clue how to approach fitness training, then this is for you!

Attendees will learn the following:

·      What is the Torque System?


o   Why do you coach?

o   Why would a coach use the principles?

·      External vs. Internal Torque anatomy and movements

·      Movement —> then intensity

·      What happens when you compensate with the wrong muscles?

o   Upper trap dominance

o   Low Back Pain from squatting your deadlift instead of hinging.

·      Structure Work

·      Parasympathetic vs. Sympathetic nervous systems

·      The concept of balancing the arch

·      Mobility vs. Flexibility

·      Control Function

Attendees will learn (by doing) the following:

·      How to spot faulty movement patterns

·      How to breathe during exercise (i.e. awareness, performance, ET action breathing)

·      Torque openers (external obliques opener, dimmel deadlifts (hinging), shoulder opener, biceps opener)

·      Sandbag exercises (squats, carries, dimmel deadlifts, cleans, presses, etc)

·      Barbell exercises (Anderson Squats, Sumo deadlifts, Yates' Rows, Conventional deadlifts)

·      Sled exercises (rope pulls, bear crawls, sled sprints, reverse drags, etc)

·      How to properly squat, hinge, push, pull

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