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COURSES

MOVEMENT EFFICIENY TRAINING (M.E.T)

BECOME AN ACCREDITED M.E.T INSTRUCTOR !

Teaching the body how to move efficiently and effectively using a cutting edge, neuroscience inspired system, of systematically layering movement patterns to optimally engage the brain and body.

COURSE SYNOPSIS

Developing effective movement pattern progressions and regressions depends greatly on the readiness of the nervous system. This One-Day ACE-Accredited Course will teach you how to effectively and systematically layer movement progressions to stimulate movement ability in your clients, so they can learn to move more efficiently, thus gain more confidence to move.

This system can be applied with any type of movement based equipment typically available at any gym.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Have a basic understanding of the relationship between the brain and body with regards to movement, mood, learning, and memory.
  • Understand how to use your own body and training tools to train The Fundamental Movement Patterns
  • Understand how to Layer Movement Pattern Progressions under load to optimally stimulate the Brain and Body
  • Understand how to modify Movement Patterns for various types of clients and training goals
  • Learn effective MET Workouts for clients of all levels.

To find out more about our upcoming courses, please click here

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A new study confirms what many discovered long ago - strength training plays an important role in ridding the body of extra weight.

Sure, aerobic exercise burns calories, but the body's metabolism quickly returns to pre-exercise levels, usually within 30 minutes or so.

Resistance training, according to the researchers at Johns Hopkins University, leads to increased calorie burning for up to two hours after the workout is over. Unfortunately, because weight training often results in a corresponding increase in weight due to increased muscle mass, many women abandon their strength-training efforts, opting instead for strictly cardiovascular activities.However, researchers suggest combining aerobic exercise with regular strength training for maximum benefit.

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