Looking for a live, virtual training during the week rather than the weekend?
Join Roy Choquette, CSCS, CES, and Mobility Master Coach for a 4 hour live, virtual online training. This hands-on session is designed for anyone looking to understand and apply the science and research behind self myofascial release (SMR), mobility, and recovery, including you, fitness trainers, movement coaches, fitness enthusiasts interested in this topic, and any other movement professional. No prior experience needed to attend!
RAD Education focuses on small groups and individualized attention and feedback for a more supportive learning environment. Reserve your spot now for only $229 (30% off!) by clicking Add to Cart and Check Out!
Tuesday, September 28, 2021 from 9:00am - 1:00pm MDT / 11:00am - 3:00pm EDT
You will be provided a Zoom link a couple days before the training. Please be sure to download the Zoom App and have a high quality, high speed internet connection.
This live, online training includes:
*** Refer a friend and if they register we will refund both of you $50! If you have already completed RAD Mobility 1 and want a refresher, join us for only $99 and receive all updated materials. Email Roy@radroller.com.
This course covers a variety of topics including, but not limited to:√ Regional anatomy
RAD Mobility 1 sets the foundation to skillfully integrate the latest research and evidence-based practices in self myofascial release (SMR) and mobility and recovery training into your personal and professional routines. This course not only covers the most current techniques surrounding the nervous system, muscles, fascia, quality movement patterns, and mobility exercises, but also includes scope of practice recommendations you can start utilizing immediately for creating effective program designs and intervention plans.
What is Recommended?
√ RAD All-In Kit to engage in kinesthetic learning activities throughout the course
√ Yoga mat
√ Open space to perform SMR and mobility techniques
ABOUT YOUR MASTER COACH
Roy has been teaching and training in the exercise science field for over 15 years inspiring others while working as a collegiate exercise science program director, martial arts instructor, anatomy and physiology teacher, and corrective movement specialist. He has a passion for designing injury reduction programs and helping clients achieve optimal body awareness and movement quality by focusing on nervous system activation techniques.