Improve your ability to coach and modify the barbell lifts for those with pain or mobility limitations.
Watch from Home. 6.5 hours of video content. At your own pace. Start and stop whenever you want.
On any device. With an easy user interface for mobile, desktop, or tablet. Lifetime access.
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Earn a certificate of completion. Pass a 20 question multiple choice quiz and get CEUs!
0.8 category D NSCA CEU(s)
7.0 CCUs by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
About Your Instructor
Dr. Michael Mash
PT, DPT, CSCS, SFMA, FMS, Cert. TMM
Hi, I'm Michael, founder of Barbell Rehab. If you've stumbled upon this page, I'm glad you're here! There are a LOT of people out there who need your help. Far too often, I see people with minor aches and pains get lost in the medical model. They may be told by a physician to stop lifting (because it's "bad" for you) or undergo unnecessary surgeries that keep them out of your gym for months. I want to help you change that. The principles in this course will not only teach you how to work with people that have pain or mobility limitations, it will teach you how to EMPOWER them to live stronger and healthier lives!
What We Cover
Module 1: Principles of Training and Rehab. In this module, we discuss the principles of load management, pain science, rehab and performance programming, and how to optimize mindset on returning to baseline after an injury.
Module 2: Training and Modifying the Squat. Here we dig deep into optimizing squat form, variation selection, and what to do when pain arises. Everyone squats differently. Here's where you learn why.
Module 3: Optimize the Bench Press for Health and Performance. Many people complain of shoulder pain during the bench press. Here, we talk about how to optimize and modify this lift to reduce shoulder pain and increase performance.
Module 4: Deadlift Form, Variations, and Common Issues. Many people avoid the deadlift because of back pain. In this module, you'll learn how to optimize form and modify it based on anatomy, personal preference, and injury history.
Module 5: Overhead Lifting and Shoulder Health. Many people avoid pressing overhead in fear that it will cause shoulder pain or due to current discomfort. Here we talk about how to optimize overhead lifting and how we use it to promote shoulder health.
Become the go-to professional in your area and help your clients reduce pain and improve performance!
**Additional CEU Detail. This course has been approved for 7.0 CCUs by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. States that may recognize this via reciprocity include: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California*, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland*, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Louisiana*, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the course purchaser to check with his/her state board to see if this course will count for CEUs via reciprocity.
This course has also been approved by the Louisiana and Maryland Physical Therapy Boards for 6 clinical hours and for 7 contact hours by CERS, an approval agency for the California State Board of Physical Therapy. If you have a specific question of whether or not this would be recognized by your state, please email email@example.com