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Over 11 hours of expert training with Dean Somerset and Dr. Mike Israetel!
Dean Somerset is an Exercise Physiologist who specializes in injury post-rehabilitation, and has worked with professional and Olympic athletes, post-surgical recovery, congenital disorders, and cardiac recovery patients, as well as those looking to just move and feel better for day to day activities. He’s developed a reputation as a leading authority on training, mobility, and strength training.
Dr. Mike Israetel
Dr. Mike Israetel holds a PhD in Sport Physiology, and is currently the Head Science Consultant for Renaissance Periodization. Mike was formerly a professor of Exercise and Sport Science in the School of Public Health at Temple University in Philadelphia, where he taught several courses, including Nutrition for Public Health, Advanced Sports Nutrition and Exercise, and Nutrition and Behavior. He has worked as a consultant on sports nutrition to the U.S. Olympic Training Site in Johnson City, TN, and has been an invited speaker at numerous scientific and performance/health conferences, including nutritional seminars at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY. A co-founder of Renaissance Periodization, Mike has coached numerous athletes and busy professionals in both diet and weight training. Originally from Moscow, Russia, Mike is himself a competitive bodybuilder and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu grappler.
Here’s a sample of some concepts we dig into over this 11 hour video series Mastering Assessments with Dean Somerset
- How to use the static and integrative assessments to guide your training program.
- When and how to use different body composition assessments and cardiopulmonary assessments
- Choosing the right exercises for your clients, and adjusting their positioning to get the best benefits possible based on their anatomy.
- Adjusting the assessment system for any type of client to get the specific information they need for their training programs
- What the outcome of different corrective strategies means to your training program
- How the assessment results can structure your warm up, strength work, mobility work, and conditioning components.
L2 Fitness Summit Volume 1 is approved for NSCA CEUs! Earn 1.2 CEUs for the 11 “contact hours!”
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