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Learn how to troubleshoot your own injury and get back to training. By simplifying the most challenging concepts, we can help you get out of pain and back to training.

As an athlete, I understand the struggles of how being injured or having poor mobility can impact training and performance. The reality is when you are a professional athlete, or even just someone who loves fitness, you don't want to have to wait for injuries to heal when there are ways to work around your pain or mobility issues. I've been an athlete my whole life and I still am. I don't just do it because it keeps me fit and it's fun. I feel that it gives me invaluable insight beyond what other trainers and therapists will have and that makes a huge difference. It helps keep me honest and, hopefully, motivates and inspires others to do the same. That's why I've made these training programs specifically for people who want to get out of pain and back to training in the gym. Once I created programs to address athletes who have pain in specific areas, I took it one step further and designed mobility programs to improve lifts in the gym and increase mobility and help keep those areas pain free. 

Coaches and Trainers really don't get much, if any, education on common injuries.  A good coach should know how to assess for injury and pain so they can modify for their athletes to prevent further issues. 

Below are some of the programs I’ve designed for Coaches and Trainers to use on their clients to address mobility and pain issues.

12 week program to get back to bench press, olympic lifts, pull-ups, and other upper body exercises

12 week program to get back to squats, olympic lifts, lunges, and other lower body exercises

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