I know you think you understand stability training but I assure you there is another way of looking at it and @bmarcello13 is the man who will shake your foundation. Brandon Marcello is one of my favourite people in the industry and I sit down and talk about his 2017 @perform_better topic on Stability! How does the body create stability and how can you establish functional stability in your clients more efficiently? One way is to better understand the concepts of stability form the ground up! Brandon always has a unique perspective and this year’s topic is no different. Brandon compares the architecture around you to the human architecture within you. How does the construction of a bridge mirror the stable arch in the foot? Why did the chicken cross the road? All these questions and so much more in this instant classic episode. Over the coming months I will be highlighting this year’s @performbetter 3 day Functional Training Summits presenters and discussing their topics with them. Make sure you go to performbetter.com to see when the summit series is near you. I’ll be presenting in Orlando FLA in June and you can catch Brandon in Providence in June and Long Beach in August. Also make sure to go to @performbetter and order your home fitness equipment that is built for the pros by the pros. “COACHGLASS” in the discount box get you 10% off! Follow @kvest3d and check out their new NEXT Program for the KVEST and KPLAYER! If you want to receive my new Advanced Dynamic Warm Up and High Threshold videos? Go to coachglasslive.com and we will send you the members only videos and a printable PDF of all the exercises to throw in your bag! And as always…..#DreamBig #OverDeliver #BeUndeniable Cheers! Coach Glass
Brandon will be speaking this year’s Perform Better Summits in Providence and Long Beach. Here is his topic:
All Things Stability: The Why’s, What’s, How’s, and When’s of Stability Training
Stability or stabilization is a common term within the fitness, rehabilitation, and performance industries. With terms like “core stability,” “shoulder stability,” and “knee stability,” it’s clearly an important aspect of training, but stability isn’t just about standing on a Bosu ball. During this talk you will learn why stability is important, what it is, how to implement stabilization training into your programs, and when it’s appropriate. You’ll leave the presentation with a deeper understanding of stability, as well as exercises that transcend all ages, genders, athletes & non-athletes.