Movement Screening
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Helping you understand your client’s movement patterns through carefully selected and individualised movement assessments coupled with the application of functional anatomy, the movement screening course will help you understand the how and why to your client’s movements, allowing you to tailor exercises, write individualised training plans and identify potential areas for improvement. 33 videos 8-22 mins long, total course length approx 8.5 hours (videos only, allow extra time for learning, note taking and application).

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  1. By Jordan Gill on May 10, 2020
    I highly recommend taking this course!
  2. By Don Graham on July 12, 2020
    Brilliant course. A LOT to digest but that's where implementation, practise and rewatching some videos will be crucial, I think, to retain the information and get the most value with working with my clients. This course has given me way more than an upgraded initial screen - I can already see how it will greatly benefit my coaching and programming with my current clients.
  3. By Jack Gillett on October 11, 2019
    I completed the FMS this summer in hope of understanding how to screen to design better programmes. Unfortunetley, this is not what I got and I knew this.

    However, this course literally covered every grey area I was left with. This course is F*@^&*g incredible if you're passionate about creating Programmes that will take your coaching and your exercise selection to the next level.
  4. By Bronya on August 30, 2020
    This really changed my perspective on movement. There's a lot of noise out there about what's 'right' and 'wrong' that's incredibly confusing for a new trainer, but this really helped to solidify the perspective we should be coming from: principles that can be applied to people, rather than a narrow set of regimented rules for everyone.
  5. By Russell Gair on October 11, 2019
    As the team at LTB know, I love a good course, and I think this one has just gone to the top of the list. It provides you with all your screening essentials and so much more. It's got me thinking about how I can address issues with current clients, and how I would improve the process in the future. Thanks Gregg, this course is first class.
  6. By Robert White on November 3, 2019
    Really enjoyed this as I kinda saw it as a bit of a weak point. Took about 3 weeks to gradually make my way through it. Some excellent practical advice and i am 100% more confident in the approaches I take on the gym floor to screen clients.
  7. By Michelle Lyons on November 8, 2019
    This course is amazing! I advise you to really take your time with it and put it into practise. It’s a lot to take in but worth it.
  8. By Ash Carter on November 13, 2019
    This course is as good as any at LTB some of the best work done by Gregg. I really recommend it as I could literally see things I could implement immediately with current clients and issue they have. Lots to take in and practice, bug I’ll be revising this one for weeks to come it’s that useful.
  9. By Claire Luvin on November 17, 2019
    An excellent course with helpful ways to deliver screening. I highly recommend.
  10. By David García Serrano on December 22, 2019
    The course is well structured and delivered by Gregg, with his awesome thought process.
    It helped me to have a better general idea of human mechanics, reinforced the specificity of movement to the client and even unlearn about to avoid uncouple the movement of the scap with the humerus.