How to Perform a 5-Step Injury-Prevention Screening

How to Perform a 5-Step Injury-Prevention Screening

Injury prevention has become a passion of mine so I have been doing presentations to different groups on how to identify an injury waiting to happen and address the issue before a problem occurs.

Here, I teach a group of personal trainers how to take clients through a 5-step functional movement evaluation, detect if they are set up for injury, and address the issues found or know when the client should be referred to a healthcare professional.

Below are individual videos covering each of the 5 components of the injury prevention screen. If you’d like to see the presentation in its entirety (with the intro, background, and Q&A section click here.)

If you have any questions or comments, please post them in the comments section below or in the comments section at Youtube. If you found these videos useful, please share them via the social media of your choice below. Thanks!

Part 1: Overhead Reach

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Identify Injuries Before They Happen – Presentation for Personal Trainers

Identify Injuries Before They Happen – Presentation for Personal Trainers

Injury prevention has become a passion of mine so I have been doing presentations to different groups on how to identify an injury waiting to happen and address the issue before a problem occurs.

Here, I teach a group of personal trainers how to take clients through a quick 5-step functional movement evaluation, detect if they are set up for injury, and address the issues found or know when the client should be referred to a healthcare professional.

I have split the videos below into Part 1, Part 2, and the Q&A section. If you’d like to watch the 5 movement evaluation clips only (no intro or Q&A) click here.

If you have any questions or comments, please post them in the comments section below or in the comments section at Youtube. If you found these videos useful, please share them via the social media of your choice below. Thanks!

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