Fabio Comana FiT Asia Tour 2015 EARLY BIRD

We have finalised the course fee for Fabio’s FiT Asia Tour. After much discussion, we have decided to allow you to choose out of 3 options.

1 Day Pass / 2 Day Pass / ** Flexi Scheme

**Flexi Scheme will allow you to choose any of the either 4 topics you wish to attend. CEC and CEUs will be award upon completion of course.

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Presenting the topics:

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DAY 1 AM:

Coaching not Training –The Future of Personal Training

What differentiates great trainers from the rest? One key trait is how they don’t train, but actually coach – effectively engaging clients to build rapport, then implement a client-centered, ask-orientated approach to empower sustainable change. As fitness continues its evolution into wellness and trainers fight to remain relevant, our profession is evolving from a directive, self-focused approach to one of coaching. But the question to you is – are you retooling and retraining yourself for the next 10 – 20 years or will you allow yourself to become irrelevant and obsolete? Join this session to learn innovative ideas and strategies utilized by successful coaches in empowering sustainable behavioral change through effective coaching and communication techniques. Evolve your training to the next level as a coach and remain a leader in the field.

DAY 1 PM:

The “Wow” Factor – Building you Brand, Business and Tribe (Lecture)

Looking to elevate your services from good to great?  Remember, price is only a factor in the absence of value, so what are the innovative secrets to building success with your brand and delivering uniquely different experiences to your clients? Join this interactive workshop to learn invaluable strategies for building your brand and tribe training … Cream always rises, so perhaps it is time to evaluate and revamp your branding strategies – time to rethink the way you train and retrain the way you think.

DAY 2 AM:

The Body as One – Understanding Upper Extremity Mechanics (Lecture / workshop)

Movement efficiency in the upper extremity requires a unique relationship between stability and mobility within the lumbar, thoracic, scapulo-thoracic and gleno-humeral regions.  Muscle imbalance alters key physiological, neurological and mechanical properties leading to musculoskeletal overload, overuse and potential injury.  Effective programming for upper extremity movement (push, pull and rotational) necessitates a comprehensive understanding of the stability-mobility relationship, a detail often overlooked by fitness professionals.  This session briefly reviews the kinesiology of the upper extremity, stability-mobility requirements of each region, and provides a programming template to promote the movement efficiency within the upper extremity.

The Body as One – Understanding Lower Extremity Mechanics (Lecture / workshop)

As technology continues to advance the complexity of exercise equipment and exercises, trainers often overlook important considerations when performing lower extremity and close-chain exercises. These considerations focus upon hip, knee and ankle joint mechanics, and training to develop the necessary levels of stability and mobility along the kinetic chain. This session will briefly review key biomechanical concepts of movement in the lower extremity and demonstrate exercises to improve mobility and stability at the hip, knee and ankle.

DAY 2 PM:

Primary Movements – Basic Movement Screens and Corrective Strategies for Fitness Professionals (Lecture / workshop)

Form follows function.. Movement efficiency is critical to long-term maintenance, minimized overuse, and injury prevention, yet these injury rates are higher than ever amongst exercisers (4% higher over past 10 years)? Why? Simply look around at the popular programs of today and how deconditioned humans have become, and it should come as no surprise. Yet, we continue to drive clients into exercise programs without being diligent to assess levels of stability and mobility throughout the kinetic chain. We are responsible for our client’s well-being, so learn how to assess mobility and stability, and then develop a systematic approach to correcting dysfunction so you don’t drive your client’s to injury.

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