November 5th, 7:30 AM - 5 PM
Multnomah Athletic Club
1849 SW Salmon St.
Portland, OR 97205
$219 (10% discount before October 15th)
Join Reembody Method™ founder Kevin C. Moore as he presents alongside some of the biggest names in fitness! You will have the opportunity to take three signature Reembody workshops:
The (un)Common Core: Abdominal Strength with Purpose
Most core-focused fitness regimens wastes time with endless variations on fruitless abdominal squeezing. Kevin Moore has something new you can offer your clients: comprehensive core training protocols capable of keeping your clients in control of every last pound of force the earth can throw at them. This workshop will explore the evolution of the abdominal wall (and diaphragm) and how its purpose informs its use, the inherent efficiency of the transverse plane, new cues and exercises to enhance any workout, from rehab routines to elite athletics and the effect of neurological side-dominance, and how to streamline your clients’ training and recovery.
Side Dominance in Rehab and Conditioning
One of the most powerful tools Kevin has to offer is the ability to predict movement patterns based on an individual’s neurological laterality. By knowing how the dominant and non-dominant sides specialize in their behavior, we can significantly trim the assessment process and focus cues and interventions where they will have the greatest impact on our clients’ health outcomes.
Build a Better Butt: Glute Activation in Everyday Movement
Building stronger, more functional glutes doesn’t have to take the form of endless squats and donkey kicks. Some of the most effective glute work isn’t necessarily done in the gym, but rather in a thoughtful sequence of exercises that target one’s particular pattern of compensations and weaknesses. In this workshop, you will learn about the mechanisms of this misunderstood muscle group, put your new knowledge to the test with some fun exercises and drills, and help your clients get a tailored program for building the best butt they’ve ever had.