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Movement Preparation
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Movement preparation, or warm-ups, go far beyond getting your clients hot and sweaty. In this short course we look at how to build client specific movement preparation blocks, incorporating elements of mobility, activation, power and play.

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  1. By Russell Gair on October 23, 2019
    I really enjoyed working my way through this course, as it's an area I probably don't put enough imagination into. Working with a combination of 1-2-1 and semi private, I've taken onboard some new ideas to make this part of the session more enjoyable. Thanks Gregg, great advice as always.
  2. By Cameron Cummings on October 27, 2019
    Gregg has done an excellent job of showing us how to make the most of our movement prep and how to structure it effectively, whilst still keeping things simple. Lot's of stuff to apply to my one to one and semi private personal training sessions!
  3. By Andy Rose on October 27, 2019
    Gregg's course makes you consider just how important the first 5-10 minutes of a session can be. A well thought out movement prep will not just prime your client for their workout, it can also help develop client autonomy, competence & buy in.

    This course will especially help with my group PT sessions.
  4. By Michelle Lyons on November 8, 2019
    Filled with loads of gold nuggets. Inspired me to move away from the cv machines to warm clients up.
  5. By Ash Carter on November 13, 2019
    spot on with what I have done in past ut with some more explanation behind it.
  6. By Claire Luvin on November 17, 2019
    This course shows you the hows and whys of your warm up and how to tailor them specifically to each client. I highly recommend
  7. By James McCarthy on February 9, 2020
    Gregg dropping knowledge bombs as always.

    Incredibly useful for me personally as I have one client in particular who I struggle to get engagement and buy-in with on warmups. I picked up some great ideas that I can implement immediately in my next session. To improve the quality of my sessions.