The latest Tweets from Dr. Evan Osar (@evanosar). Chiropractic Physician, Author, Integrative Movement and Corrective Exercise Specialist. Chicago, IL. Evan Osar discusses his methods to help patients and clients with low back pain develop a more efficient core stabilization strategy and provides the rationale. Home» Evan Osar: Corrective Exercise Essentials [Video]. Corrective exercise can be a confusing and controversial topic. Some make corrective exercise the.
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Discover how this unique approach will allow you to become a corrective exercise specialist! The million-dollar question is which one you should use! For most systems, you either get an oversimplified version or a truly osa version that requires a Ph. Sometimes, they even make matters worse. Research also shows that most of these people will seek out non-operative measures to correct their pain. That means more and more clients who come to you will be in need of corrective exercise, but to introduce the right corrective exercise strategy, you need a proper assessment process.
Did they have tight hips? A forward shoulder posture or discomfort? Tightness or discomfort in their back?
Thoracic tightness or limited range of motion? Evan Osar is an internationally recognized lecturer, author, and expert on assessment, corrective exercise, and movement.
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Osar so unique in the fitness and rehabilitation industry is that he has dedicated his life to studying and synthesizing the very best information from the fields of rehabilitation, conditioning, and performance. Early in his career, Dr. Osar recognized that the majority of the training approaches wvan taught lsar fitness professionals were focused on working with high-functioning individuals like athletes and that there wasn’t a system that adequately addressed the specific needs of the general population client with postural alterations, chronic muscle imbalances, and movement dysfunction.
Discover his unique, principle-based approach to fixing clients. These areas are the root of most client issues you will be faced with correcting to help your clients reach their full potential. By using the Integrative Corrective Exercise Approach, you will have a simple, principle-based system that allows you to wvan the problems while maintaining your own training philosophy.
Discover the true function of muscles and what they do in real life so that you understand how to help your clients get better faster. Now that you understand the true function of the muscles, you will discover how movement impacts the function of the core, shoulders, and hips.
Applying the knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics, you will now be able to implement a corrective-exercise program that will specifically help your clients evqn solve their biggest problems. Too many systems start and stop with basic corrective exercises, but this system will teach you how to progress clients and integrate their corrective exercises into their training.
Osar will teach you how to educate your clients on what to do and NOT to do so that they can get better faster and you can empower clients to have control over their own program. You must evaluate your client to discover the root cause of the problems. Osar covers both movement and alignment assessments to ensure that you uncover any hidden issues that may be present for your client.
The best part about this system? All you need is a pair of eyes and a client! Osar has created a unique process called Release-Activate-Integrate to begin the corrective exercise approach.
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The first step in the process is allowing the overactive muscles to release, which will help the client relax into a position that will allow you to create some positive changes. If you skip this step, as most other corrective exercise and assessment systems do, you will be fighting an uphill battle when it comes to correcting posture.
It odar be like attempting to drive with your parking brake on. Once you have successfully coaxed the right muscles into releasing, you can now start to teach the body how to activate the proper muscles so that the client can learn and feel the right way to move. This small but critical step will help the client understand how to carry over the changes you are making into movement. And now for the secret step: Integrating these new patterns into movement through low-level and progressive exercise patterns so that your clients can get started training at full force.
The Fitness Industry Is Changing. If there is one constant about the fitness industry, it is that it is is constantly adapting and progressing, which is a wonderful thing. The trouble is that most trainers get stuck osa one way of thinking and do not continue to build on their knowledge. When clients come to you for the first time, they are presenting more and evxn postural and movement issues. For this reason, we are starting to see the need for trainers to become more educated in corrective exercise strategies.
When you complete the Integrative Corrective Exercise Approachyou will have all the skills you need to properly assess a client, identify the postural and movement issues that are holding them back, and create a proper corrective exercise strategy to help them fix their issues for good! But it WILL give you the knowledge and tools to help clients move and feel better while being able to assess when to refer out to another professional for more advanced help.
Imagine how successful you will be when your clients are raving about how great they feel and how you have fixed their osad when you use this oaar approach. No more guessing, hoping that your shotgun approach to corrective exercise will help clients overcome their issues. Stand Out from the Crowd. You have to develop unique skill sets and become a specialist. This is particularly true if you work with the general population. Every day, it becomes a little tougher osat distance yourself from the other trainers and gyms in the area.
There are few things more powerful than impacting the way someone moves or feels. If you can help them experience less pain, have better posture, correct movement problems, and feel better overall, they will become raving fans.
The same holds true for you as a specialist who can help clients overcome postural and movement problems that have held them back for years. It seems like magic sometimes.
What Evan does is so unique in its contribution to the body of health and human performance education. They tend to share that information with fitness professionals and performance coaches looking through the context of a narrow lens which is oftentimes limited in scope and practice.
Evan has synthesized numerous perspectives and research on a ton of complex topics into one practical system which is comprised of the best material out there for identifying and helping to correct posture and movement dysfunction. And this is priceless….
This information has completely changed how I work with my clients. Evan Osar presents a way to look at human movement that is both radically different yet so intuitive and obvious that it is at times shocking that no-one has ever been able to put it together this way before. This program is an incredibly comprehensive, yet practical and effective tool for any fitness professional today. These concepts have produced immediate results for my fitness business, allowing me to expand my target client base and increase my exposure to the post rehabilitation population.
The video modules and support materials are first rate. I highly recommend the investment in this program. With more and more clients needing help improving their posture and restoring movement, the Integrative Corrective Exercise Approach can help you step up your training game and become a sought-after specialist.
Osar is going to teach you his entire system top to bottom and show you how to integrate it into your current programs. Introduction to the Thoracopelvic Canister Core. Biomechanics and Control of the Thoracopelvic Canister. Dysfunction of the Thoracopelvic Canister continued. Control of the Shoulder Complex and Dysfunction.
Dysfunction of the Shoulder Complex continued. Video 6 — Postural and Breathing Assessment — lying posture and breathing. Video 2 — Developing Optimal Three-dimensional Breathing. Video 3 — Developing Optimal Three-dimensional Breathing continued. Leg Suspension with Three-dimensional breathing. Core Thoracopelvic Canister Patterns. Split Squat with Isometric Band Hold — oblique. Split Stance with Isometric Band Hold — overhead. Split Stance Position into the Split Squat front evwn. Split Stance Position into the Split Squat side view.
Suspended Fallouts — Common Dysfunction and Corrections.
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Band Row — Bilateral and Alternating Patterns. The Components of Program Design — Introduction. Your clients are spending several hours a day sitting down either at work or home, which could be undoing all your hard work with them in your sessions.
In this module Dr. Osar will show you exactly how to teach your clients to sit so that your corrective exercises stick and you can begin fixing their problems for good. Osar shows you how he would use this unique system to develop a complete program in this PDF printout that you can use as your model for training.
All this is great, but how do you use it to make more money? Osar shows you how to develop a model of business around your newly found knowledge and skills so that you can stand out from the pack. To become truly great at corrective exercise you must understand how to assess your client.
Osat must understand what optimal alignment looks like, how posture relates to movement dysfunction, and more importantly how to osaar your whether your client has an optimal movement strategy. Osar covers postural and movement assessment, range of motion, and muscle testing. Developing strategies for improving thoracic mobility is one of the most commonly requested topics when it comes to corrective exercise.
Improving thoracic mobility is quite easy ean you understand why clients lose it in the first place. Without understanding why osxr lose thoracic mobility in the first place, many of our industry approaches to improving strength are directly contributing to the loss of thoracic mobility.
Rather than providing an endless list of thoracic mobility exercises you can do with your clients, in this bonus video Dr. Osar explains the 3 reasons your clients are losing thoracic mobility and the 3 things you absolutely must do to ensure your corrective and integrative exercise strategy is helping improve and not contributing to the loss of thoracic mobility.
You will not look at thoracic mobility the same after this video. After completing the course and evn the exam you will not only be awarded CEUs but you will receive a certification of completion to prove that you have done the work to learn the Integrative Corrective Exercise Evsn. One of the biggest obstacles a fitness business owner has is ensuring their team is all on the same page when it comes to their training systems. Using common language, practicing the same techniques, and using the same approach to programming are huge obstacles.
With the Integrative Corrective Exercise Approach, you will be able to train your entire team on the methods and principles taught by Dr.