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Kinetic Link Training – Level 1 (Strengthening Functional Movement)

August 13, 2022 @ 8:00 am - August 14, 2022 @ 5:00 pm

Kinetic Link Training

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About this event

2 Day Osteopathy Australia Workshop

Kinetic Link Training – Level 1 (Strengthening Functional Movement)

Learning Outcomes

Kinetic Link Training (KLT) is a systematic approach to full-body, functional strength training and movement restoration.

As a KLT Level One course participant you will:

  • Learn how to design and deliver highly effective, time-efficient functional strength training programs by utilising an integrated approach to human anatomy and biomechanics.
  • Explore motor skills and exercises that are fully transferable across a wide spectrum of clients, including: rehabilitation, occupational conditioning, general fitness or sports performance.
  • Train integrated full-body movement patterns in three dimensions (including KLT’s 24 distinct movement patterns) which follow myofascial lines and respect the kinetic link principle.
  • Master the performance of a selection of biomechanically-balanced, innovative workouts, including full-body workouts, focus workouts and bands-only workouts – designed for both home-based and facility-based training.
  • Utilise high-quality resources which are designed to assist you in the immediate, successful and profitable delivery of functional strength training services to clients.

Presenter/s: Wayne Rodgers – Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

The “Early Bird” is available until 11.59pm on July 15th, 2022

To learn more and to register – visit the Osteopathy Australia website.


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