Resilient Movement Foundations Course Review

I recently had the pleasure of attending a class put on by my fellas at Resilient Performance Physical Therapy.

A jolly old time with old friends and new

I went to this course for a few reasons. First off, I of course support the home team. I can’t even front, Douglas Kechijian, Trevor Rappa, Greg Spatz, and I go way back, and are very much related through IFAST family and directly (Doug is my younger older brother, Trevor is my son, and Greg is my stepson #dysfunctionalfamily).

That said, there is were a couple big things I wanted to take away from this course, which I did in spades:

  • Mastering basic movement
  • Program design

In these two areas, the Resilient fellas delivered in spades. Knowing what good technique is in the basic movement patterns, how to coach, and how to regress, are all underappreciated topics that these guys teach quite well.

So should you take this course? An emphatic hell yes. I give a more indepth review as to why in the video below, so go ahead and check that out.

Once you got the verdict, check out my favorite takeaways in the course notes, and then for the love of God sign up for a course of theirs!

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