A Physio’s Guide to Correct Lifting Techniques and Rehabilitation

A Physios Guide to Lifting Techniques and Rehabilitation?

Are you a health professional involved in exercise prescription and rehabilitation?

Are you a Physiotherapist wanting to learn more about exercise rehabilitation for your gym training patients?

Are you a Personal Trainer – concerned that you are giving your clients the correct advice and instruction?

In March this year I presented a series of seminars on the NSW Central Coast to a group of health professionals - one of these presentations was:

“A Physios Guide to Lifting Techniques and Rehabilitation”

I am pleased to say that I recorded this great presentation and it is now available to view for members of my www.PhysioProfessor.com and www.thePTProfessor.com online education portals.

This lecture is the featured presentation this month on all learning pathways inside PhysioProfessor.com and thePTProfessor.com – so members make sure you check it out .

If you are a member of PhysioProfessor.com just log into the system and you will see this new lecture is the featured presentation in this month’s program.

If you are not yet a member go to www.PhysioProfessor.com and join now to get immediate access to this session as well as another 60 hours of great online content.

If you are a Personal Trainer – you can also get immediate access to this session as a member of my new thePTProfessor.com program.

In this program you will also get access to over 60 hours of online education, 15 CEC’s, and a PT Rehab forum where you can ask your most pressing rehabilitation and injury prevention questions.

Full details and registrations can be found at :

www.thePTProfessor.com

Here is just some of what you will learn in the latest 90 minute presentation.

“A Physios Guide to Lifting Techniques and Rehabilitation” with Paul Wright

-          Learn the correct technique for a majority of resistance training exercises and the best rehab exercises for the most common injuries.

-          The right to left strength imbalance that can lead to injury and how most health professionals miss it.

-          Why weakness is more important than alignment in preventing knee pain.

-          What the Australian Wallabies strength and condition coach said when asked to name his “Top 10 Exercises”.

-          How low to squat and how to determine the correct depth for your clients and patients.

-          The “late and last” lunge technique that can increase success of the exercise and improve results.

-          The fundamental problem with leg pressing and the modification that can increase its benefit to your clients and patients.

-          Why some health professionals are ‘copping out” in their exercise choices and how to avoid these mistakes.

-         How when and why to use a ball wall squat over a standard squat and the key teaching point that must be obeyed to allow optimal benefit from this exercise.

-          The best exercise to treat patello-femoral pain and how this has been successful in treating this common problem for over 20 years.

-          The best swiss ball exercise for treating knee pain – are you using it?

-          The hip stretch used by the Crusaders and All Blacks that helped reduce knee and groin pain – and how you can use it in your training sessions now.

-          How “rehab gone wrong” can set your clients up for shoulder pain.

-          The technique flaw in bent rows that causes most shoulder problems and what to do about it.

-          The training technique that increase bench press strength by over 30%.

-          The amazing advantage provided by the one arm row and the technique flaw that can make it useless for some people.

-          Bent row versus inverted row – which is best exercise and why?

-          The simple technique change for shoulder press that can reduce shoulder pain in fitness centres.

-          The secret training tip that gives a safe push up every time.

-          The “body position” – technique that reduces shoulder stress in resistance training programs and how to use it in your training sessions and rehabilitation programs now.

-          The dip technique taught in the 1940s that is still one of the most effective but dangerous tricep exercises.

-          The dip modification – that people think you are doing incorrectly- but is one of the most effective rehab exercises.

-          The throwing exercise all athletes must do to prevent shoulder problems.

-          The truth about the “Lordotic Lifting Posture” and how it can actually increase pain and risk when training.

-          The best hamstring gluteal exercise available – are you doing it?

-          The tricep exercise that is like the leg extension is to the knee and why this exercise causes over 60% of all elbow problems.

-          The simple modification to wrist exercises that will reduce your wrist and elbow problems.

Plus Much MORE:

If you are a member of PhysioProfessor.com just log into the system and you will see this new lecture is the featured presentation in this month’s program.

If you are not yet a member of this program go to www.PhysioProfessor.com and join now to get immediate access to this session as well as another 60 hours of great online content.

If you are a Personal Trainer – you can also get immediate access to this session as a member of my new thePTProfessor.com program – where you will also get access to over 60 hours of online education, 15 CEC’s, and a PT Rehab forum where you can ask your most pressing rehabilitation and injury prevention questions.

Full details and registrations for personal trainers be made at

www.thePTProfessor.com

Free Webinar

A reminder to make sure you register for and watch my latest FREE webinar “The Truth About Dangerous Exercises and Personal Training”.

You find out more and register for this webinar at:

http://ewebinars.com/4185/n5d8uyc9x1/webinar-register.php

Best Wishes

Paul Wright

The Truth About Dangerous Exercises, Fitness and Personal Training – Free Webinar with Paul Wright

This FREE webinar will give you facts about dangerous exercises and personal training that all health and fitness professionals should know.

In this presentation International Health and Fitness expert – Paul Wright – will share with you:

- The 7 exercise rules taught to most health and fitness professionals
and why they cause confusion.

- The Winston Churchill quote that clarifies the issue of safe
versus dangerous exercise in fitness and PT programs. Continue reading

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There is usually discomfort with humerus and scapula movement, particularly movements where the arm is brought across the body into a horizontally flexed position. Uncomfortable exercises in the gym may include bench press ( particularly wide grip bench as you have found already), dips and push-ups. The person often has difficulty sleeping on the effected side. Continue reading

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Now this statement – whilst it has a small level of truth – points out a serious problem in our understanding of core stability training – that you MUST train and condition the Inner Unit of the CORE before progressing to the outer unit muscles. Continue reading