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Win a Copy of Assessment and Exercise

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Filed Under (Fitness, muscle imbalances, muscle imbalances revealed) by Rick Kaselj



On Tuesday, August 7, “Advance Screening” of Assessment and Exercise is happening.

This is a chance for EFI subscribers to get early access to the next edition of Muscle Imbalances Revealed before it is officially released on Tuesday, August 14.

Today is your one and only chance to win a copy of “Assessment & Exercise”.

And it will only take you a minute to enter.

Just leave a short message for me about…

“Why Assessment & Exercise would be the perfect tool to finally help you identify and fix muscle imbalances in order to help you or your clients overcome injury, fitness plateaus, reach performance levels, and prevent injuries?”

Feel free to share about your past and current struggles working with injuries, fitness plateaus, flat performance levels, or preventing injuries. Make sure to highlight the specific ways an assessment and exercise program will help you get better results with your clients or yourself.

I’ll go through every single one of your responses before Sunday at 5 pm EST, and I’ll choose TWO winners.

If you win, you’ll be notified by email and I will give you online access and will mail you the physical DVDs of Assessment & Exercise.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Rick Kaselj,
Creator of Assessment & Exercise

PS – Don’t miss the amazing SALE that starts on Tuesday…

…you’ll also get FAST ACTION bonuses and of course, the Assessment & Exercise Program.

I want to hear from you about your challenges with assessment and exercise.

NOTE: The contest ends on Sunday, August 5th at 5 pm EST. Winner will be contacted by email, and I’ll be judging the entries.

PSS – Again, here are the steps.

1) Answer this question:

“Why Assessment & Exercise would be the perfect tool to finally help you identify and fix muscle imbalances in order to help you or your clients overcome injury, fitness plateaus, reach performance levels, and prevent injuries?”

2) Write a little post in the comments section about how an Assessment & Exercise program can help you and your clients.

3) I’ll pick 2 winners on Sunday.

4) The 2 winners will each get a copy of the Assessment & Exercise program (digital access and physical DVDs).

Now go down down to the comment area and enter.

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Comments posted (38)

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People don’t associate the term”Athlete” with firefighters and EMT’s but the demands placed on a firefighter can not be fully duplicated in training environment and therefore can’t be 100% predictable in injury prevention. Our cardiovascular systems are taxed before we even enter a structure. As a Fire fighter it’s very important to keep myself and to help my fellow first responders stay in top physical condition. The advantage the Assessment & Exercise system would have would be to allow us quicker and more functional identification of the muscular imbalances that could potentially cost our teams unnecessary injuries and increase the risk of saving lives and protecting property. We serve our community one healthy first responder at a time. Assessment & Exercise would be a HUGE advantage towards long term, progressive improvements in our Wellness/Fitness program.

Jabari Peoples Firefighter
Springfield Township Fire/EMS
Springfield Ohio

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I have been working with athletes, general population, and special populations since I graduated college in 2007. I have learned a lot by grinding out hours upon hours in the trenches. I have discovered (using my background in athletic training and exercise physiology) that there is many generalized similarities in issues amongst certain types of postures. At this point in my career I have been able to figure out where to start w a new person in their program design and what he or she most likely can do, can’t do, and how to modify. I have had to “run it live” so much that it helps to know what relative limitations an individual will have. To obtain the opportunity to win the new dvd series (a wealth of information that every fitness professional needs) will only make me more efficient at getting people healthy, to move better, and to become more pain free. Its knowing where to look if…or knowing what to do when… with out having to “experiment” that is going to help me get to my own personal goals in my career sooner than later. It would be an honor as well as a huge opportunity for me to win the new muscle imbalances revealed. I believe in the balanced athletic body. Its what I try to bring the most possible out in any individual whom I work with.

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I am a first year trainer and have been doing heavy research on the functional Movement Screen by Gray Cook. I feel like I have great grasp on assessing my clients, however I am still not completely confident with identifying exactly WHY they have these imbalances and prescribing exercises to help fix their imbalances. I feel that Assessment and Exercise will help bridge the gap in my knowledge so I am able to effectively get my clients moving properly and to help them reach and exceed their fitness goals. 

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I’ll admit to buying the original Muscle Imbalances Revealed for purely selfish reasons. I needed some CEU’s and my occasional joint issues have compounded into nagging hindrances that stop me from exercising several times a week. My visits to my PCP, X-ray specialist, and physical therapist over the course of several months left me with a diagnoses of “loose shoulder socket” and the oh-so-helpful advice to perform bicep curls with soup cans and perform arm circles.

Needless to say my strength levels dropped off dramatically, to the point that I was unable to perform a proper push-up (because they told me not to!). Enter MIR, especially Eric Beard’s segment on the athletic shoulder. His presentation was more insightful and helpful than the handful of medical professionals I saw in person.

I think assessments and Assessment & Exercise would be the icing on the cake, the perfect supplement to the original MIR. As a personal trainer it’s important to be well-versed in a wide variety of topics and I’ve found, both personally and professionally, that imbalances are a major source of pain OR they’re on their way to becoming so. Why not identify a problem before it gets out of hand? I wish I had these products months ago!

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As a personal trainer in both a commercial setting and athletic setting I am exposed to a wide variety of clientele. On any given day I could be working with an insurance client who has to return to work after a car accident and physical therapy or an athlete who has 4 months to maximize his gains in the offseason. The one thing I have learned in the fitness industry is that there are numerous sources out there that I would consider invaluable. I learned a lot in school but I can honestly say I have learned more working with clients and reading sources from esteemed professionals like Rick Kaselj. I am routinely faced with client scenarios where I feel my knowledge level may not be 100% and I feel that Muscle Imbalances revealed would be a fantastic tool that would benefit all of my clients. I have used your Plantar Fasciitis solution with one of my clients with great success and in our weekly talks I often use your articles like trigger points, groin strain and knee pain to name a few. As a member of a team of trainers this resource would be invaluable to me and would only make me, my team and our clients healthier which is why I love this job.

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I’m a band director who has dealt with my share of injuries from poor training. Multiple surgeries on both shoulders and now torn mensicus in both knees along with constantly struggling with IT Band tightness and “knots”. There have been few weeks in the past 4 years that I have not seen my physical therapist and/or my chiroprator. My issues stem from improper training to build core muscles and how to keep them strong and healty. Before I lead the next generation down the same path I have had to travel, I believe this Assessment and Exercise Program can help me prevent my students from injury and to be better educated about building and maintaining. I’m not giving up on myself either, I hope to gain a better understanding of my own injuries to avoid repeats or further damage. I would love to go visit my therapist for a social call instead of for “Pain and torture” – especially the myofascia release therapy sessions.

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A bout a year ago I strained my groin pretty badly which was brough on by lots of muscle imbalances I was unaware of at the time. I later found out my right hip was anteriorly tilted and very tight q, tfl, psoas and pirformis. After the injury I began working with trigger points, ART therapies and correction work. I also began reading and learning everything that I could possible get my hands on. It really made me passionate about making the body functional and well oiled.

Once the muscle were released I could finally correct the imbalances that I had. It made all the difference in the world. I am now pain free and stronger than ever but it ignited a passion in me to learn even more and to help others with the same imbalances. The human body is an amazing piece of equipment and must be respected and taken care of. That is why absolutely love resources like this. The information will be invaluable and would also help me pass along the info.

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Althought not new to fitness. Ive learned that whenever you think you have figured it out you meet a client that all your tricks just aren’t effective. Being a single mom I realy on your blog for information and tips. You are always spot on and very insightful. Im Always hungry to learn more and improve my service to my client, who are mostly in their 40’s to 80’s. Their posture if not poor is on its way as they have developed many ways to compensate. I truly hope to be blessed with your latest work and look forward to reading more.
Kind regards.

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For anyone involved in physical strengthening whether as a trainer or for themselves, knowing the boundaries and baselines when you start and as progress is made is fundamental to the success of their program. If you have no idea what the parameters are of your clients’ (or your own) limitations, weaknesses, strengths then how can you design and implement an informed program that will not create greater limitation and weakness and compromise the strengths that are there. Too many trainers and their clients want to jump right in to the big stuff and ‘pump iron’ without the proper skills and, more importantly, the foundational strength and balance to do so. Sadly, it seems more people have their war stories of gym injuries than those of solid, steady progress to the point of successful physical gains. This tool equips the trainer to make the necessary assessments in order to design a program that will correct the imbalances that exist in all of us without causing more harm and to then build physical balance, strength and wellness from a strong foundation.

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Hi Rick! It is sooo great that you allow us to enter a contest like this! We all want to help our clients achieve their best and I love that you are able to offer the opportunity to us to pass your knowledge along. I would find this tool useful because I currently have two very different clients, one coming back from pain due to anatomical issues and another trying to achieve a better golf game. I do find that I can achieve client goals, but a tool like this would help me to target the root of the issues first. With two very different clients like this, I find that there are things that pop up, or areas of pain that I just can’t seem to find the right assessment tool for. This tool would be a perfect fit as far as I can tell, especially since you seem to have a knack for explaining it in plain english rather than scientific terms. Thanks for such a wonderfull opportunity and I look forward to using a tool like this as I return off of maternity leave. Not sure I did the facebook post right, but perhaps I have said this twice!

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Muscle Inbalances revealed would definitely be a good tool for me because I have lower back problems due to an inbalance in my lower back. From time to time, my pelvis will shift and stays uneven because one side of my back is weaker than the other. I also know quite a few members of the Special Operations Response Team that have similiar problems. This program would also help me in preventing the high school athletes I work with in preventing the inbalance in their bodies.

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I work with a wide range of people from ultraman athletes to fitness enthusiasts in both individual (stretch therapy) sessions and group training. Having the tools to properly assess the client is the key to future success. From there, realistic goals can be set (using the specific disks: rehab, performance etc.). I learned a lot from the MIRU and MIRL and expect this series will continue with the same quality information.

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Rick, After training for 5 years i have come to the conclusion that NO-ONE if actually healthy. Everybody that walks through my door has some underlying issue, Sometimes Many underlying issues. Learned compensations from old injurys, aging and deteriorating, Poor posture and movement patterns, etc. I currently work with scoloiosis, shoulder, whiplash, knee, and hip limitations, (fortunately not all the same client) I understand correct form and positioning but sometimes it is impossible to even get the client into optimal position to prevent them hurting themselves, and we just have to abandon the planned movement.These muscle imbalances have stalled our progress, and prevented us from reaching the goals we have set. Being able to identify the root source of a compensation or twing, pain etc. will help prevent further injury and allow me to correct and perfect these faulty movement patterns so they no longer stand in the clients’ way of acheiving all they strive for. I will be so glad to finally have the tools to be able trace aches and pains back past the symptom. and find the source so I can then provide the cure.
Stacia

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I have a real passion for helping people and this would be a great tool to further help my clients. I have been getting more interested in injuries and mobility work and believe that with the right knowledge I can do more than put clients through workouts but also help with injuries and imbalances. I think everyone should be able to fix minor injuries on their own and want to spread the info. Thanks for the opportunity! Rob Gaw

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Hi Rick,

I would love to win a copy of Assessment and Exercise because I love learning from you! You put out great products that help us trainers better serve our customers. I’ve been in the industry a long, long time, but look to guys like you to scour the research and condense it down into usable information I can apply.

Keep the great products comin’!

Becky Williamson

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Rick,

I am a physical therapist who focuses on orthopedics and I have been looking at your articles about the Muscle Imbalances Revealed program for some time.

I would love to get it, because it sounds like you have done a lot of research to back up these programs. It also sounds as though you are giving a missing piece of the puzzle that isn’t available to the general health care population. That’s the kind of knowledge I want to have because that’s the kind of knowledge that helps with chronic pain and complicated injuries.

I am a stay at home mom right now with my 6 kiddos (10 years old and younger). As a large family on one income, I don’t have a lot of extra money in the budget to indulge my thirst for more information that can help me continue to grow as a therapist. I would absolutely love to have a chance to see what new research has come out and be able to apply it to my life, as well as all of the family, friends, and neighbors who are now my patients until I return to the clinic once the kiddos are grown.

Thank you for this chance to have access to some cutting edge information!

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Rick,

After falling into a graduate assistant position in the D1 setting I have learned a number of things – both what to do and what not to do. It has been my quest since starting back as an intern 2 years ago to find the appropriate information that will take the people around me (athletes, co-workers) including myself to the next level. Although I feel like my knowledge base has grown substantially over the last 2 years, I am still looking for new and exciting information to help advance my career in a field where a lot do not belong. Everyone thinks that this job is easy! Just to put people through a workout. They don’t release the research and time it takes to become a master in this craft. I have found that even within the confines of my work people succumb to laziness more times than not. It is my goal to stand above this and make a name for myself, such as you have. With the addition of your generous materials I look forward to taking the next step.

Thanks

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Because assessing clients ‘correctly’ helps spot potential sources of injury, helps mitigate the chances of future injuries, makes program design more practical, helps a personal trainer or coach gain insight into the specific needs of a client and determine level of intensity from beginning to end and shows a client that a Trainer is a professional

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Hi Rick,
This resource would be impowering! As a kinesiologist, I have an embarrassingly long list of recurring injuries. Compression fractures, ACL surgeries, tendonitis, vertebral problems, pregnancy… and certainly plenty of experience in the rehabilitation process as the patient. The funny thing is, I have a masters degree in adapted physical training. As a professional kinesiologist, I feel that my education and personal experience have benefitted my clients and my practice; however a strong resource like MIR Assessment and Exercise would allow me to take both my own and my clients’ health and performance to the next level…and avoid the major set backs that avoidable injuries bring. Here’s to being injury free!

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As a professional strength and conditioning coach the ability to assess and correct finctional imbalances among our professional soccer players is crucial to ensuring our athletes are stucturally and functionally prepared for the games in addition to minimizing the risk of preventable soft tissue injuries.

Functional assessment and exercise is the perfect tool to complement both muscle imbalances revealed upper and lower body. Muscle imbalances revealed now offers a functional assessment tool to complement both functional upper and lower body correction techniques that I regularly adopt with my athletes.

Great work

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Hi there, I am Kinesiologist working in the community with clients post MVA, post rehab (2-3 years after intial injury), post surgery, sever orthopedic injury and TBI. I require my clients to do an intial assessment prior to exercise prescription. I explain that I assess movement and strength in order to develop a treatment plan. I look at posture, movement patterns (squat, lunge, ect.), mobility/stability and strength. If I just presribe any exercise program I could be causing more harm due to training already dysfuntional movement patterns. For example, if a client has an upwardly rotated and protracted scapulae and you do not find this through your assessment… then give them an overhead press exercise you may be causing shoulder impingment (causing more harm and a new injury). I enjoy doing a basic functional movement screen to see where there movement is breaking down, is it due to lack of mobility or stability? Then it is easier to prescribe specific mobility and stability exercises. For example, if someone has a forward squat pattern then you may assume that they have a weak posterior chain (glutes, hamstrings), reduced core stability along with reduced hip mobility. Once I know the areas of reduced mobility, stability and strength I can then prescribe specific exercises to address the problem areas. It is then good to reassess 3-4 weeks later to see if the exercises have improved the areas that have been assessed. Assessment if very important to see if the client is improving. If they have reached a plataeu or has shown improvement then the exercises can be progressed.

Assessment is also a great tool for motivation as the client has a baseline to compare to. I have clients that ask for reassessment every several weeks to see if they are making gains. They value the assessment as they understand the bigger picture and how their injury has led to muscle imbalance and poor movement patterns.

Assessment and exercise complement each other and are critical to a successful exercise program!

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I win a copy would me to help my clients. With all the issues they have anything i can use to be able to help them will be most useful. I have a client who has a few issues with his legs. We are winning battle. But i want us to win the war. We work as a team. As i do with all my clients

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Dear Rick,

in my personal experience the human body has been designed such that its capability to overcome injuries and imbalances is extraordinary. therefore i think correct assesment and then corrective exercises are most efficient and cost effective and pain free solution to dealing with all the issues compared to alternative medical care.

i think your research is extremely indepth and has alot of value for everyone. i really appreciate your knowledege and effort that you have done for everyone. i would be honorouned to win a free copy of your product.

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Greetings Rick! I have faithfully followed your teachings have studied the first 2 installments of Muscle Imbalances and am eager to see what you have come up with in this product. Assessment is the name of the game and it doesn’t matter how cool or complicated your exercise toolbag is if you cannot accurately identify the source of the dysfunction. The key to source identification is your assessment and I can’t wait to see Muscle Imbalances Revealed: Assessment & Exercise. I am a PT with 30 years of experience but continue to search for the tools to help me bring my practice to the next level. Help me do this Rick!
Jackie Shakar

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Until recently, I was working in a personal training studio where no assessment was performed – the rationale of my boss being that observing movement is the best way of determining issues. And while that may be true, up to a point, now that I’m on my own I would feel so much more confident with a system to help me pinpoint and address problems created by muscular imbalances. Most of my clients are baby-boomers so this would be huge for me!

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Physiotherapy-
 I just love my profession and the evolving science behind health and dis-ease, which is what constantly leaves me searching for new answers and better techniques to help my patients find improved  health. And the thing that keeps on coming back is Balance or the lack thereof,  whether it be through muscle and facial techniques, joint mobilisation or any other technique that I choose, the aim of my treatments is to facilitate healing and return my patients to a better balanced system. Seeing a person’s posture an movement change inspires m and keeps me going to achieve more for them.

However, without an appropriate screening and rehabilitation tool to maintain my patient’s’ treatments, the imbalances return and I am left with a dependent patient, which has done nothing to empower them to take care of them-self and find balance. So this brings me to the point as to why I would love to win your program – I would have objective tests and tools to add to my patient’s rehabilitation programs. I am also about to endeavour on starting a dance rehabilitation / conditioning class, so if I could have some more ideas as to pre-class screening, I would greatly appreciate it and adapt anything that you have to share with me through Your dvd’s. Dance taught me to have an abundance of discipline and critical observational eyes for movement and alignment, so I am hoping to give back to the dancers what we did not have when I was training – amazing scientists in movement and dance! 

Let’s hope I can be one of your lucky winners, many thanks,
Shannon Dickson 

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“If you are not assessing, you’re guessing.” ~ Paul Chek
I’ve been at this for 14 years and for as many assessments as I’ve done, I still find that there are areas that I’d like to learn and know more about. Good program design is what follows a proper assessment. Understanding how to implement a program that specifically addresses a client’s needs is what will get them great results, solve their problem and build a great business. If I can find something else I can use to accomplish this, or find a way to do it better, then I am excited to learn more.

The number and quality of responses here are all great. Rick, I don’t know how you will pick a winner. Good luck to everyone!

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“Why Assessment & Exercise would be the perfect tool, to finally help you identify and fix muscle imbalances in order to help you or your clients overcome injury, fitness plateaus, reach performance levels and prevent injuries?”

Hi Rick and hi to all EFI participant ! I’m probably what you can call the typical and average kinesiologist! I’m working with some athletes, everyday people who want to loose weight, unfit adults who want their teen shape back, injured worker, etc..I wake up every morning with a desire to be the best professional that i can be by offering my clients, my humble expertise that i strive to improve every day !

I follow Rick since the beginning as i worked in vancouver and whistler for 7 years in total, but now back in my home town of quebec city. I have attended some of Rick’ classes and and used some of his products…I do highly respect his work, expertise, enthousiasm and quality of your products, same for the great talks/conferences ! …but most of all , (and this is where i think i can bring another dimension to all the comments posted) what link us all together, it is our commitment and dedication to help people reaching their personal goal (overcome injury, loose weight, performance..). It is to make a difference in someone more vital aspect of life, HEALTH ! More important than winning a price, the communication between us health professionals, share of stories, experiences (good or bad), and transfert of knowledge is what “drive” us all participating in EFI initiatives.
Now, to answer the main question, …well, i think i just did !….like every talented, dedicated and passionate health professionals that participate/contribute to EFI succes, I’m continuously in search of the best to become the best ! Be getting a well structured product that is adapted to the 2012 reality, easy/fun to use, and with the latest litterature updated technique, ….. i will have one more tool in my tool box in the morning,. on my way to make (hopefully) a significant change in someone HEALTH!
Thank you all for making me proud to be a health professional !
Mathieu-Luc Boulet
Proud Registered Kinesiologist and Certified Exercise Physiologist!

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Rick,

Anyone who is able to possess the ability to assess clients instability and mobility imbalances is truly someone who cares. In addition, being able to help improve the health and wellness of all those we interact with is special.

On a daily basis, I strive to accomplish this goal. Between managing a fitness center, running my own business, working with a travelling trainer, and teaching various group exercise classes, each day I strive to make myself better and do so by making my clients better. Clients range from elite athletes, to sedentary due to extended hours in a seated position, and obese due to poor nutritional habits. Having an additional tool to help all clients would be phenomenal.

Everyone has a goal and our goal is to help each individual reach that goal. MIR Assessment and Exercise is a tool I truly want to utilize to prevent further imbalances and to assist in developing sound exercise programming for anyone willing to learn.

Thank you for this opportunity, it would be an honor to win and receive MIR Assessment and Exercise.

Cheers!

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Rick, I had to give up my massage therapy practice due to injuries. I fell hard into the cycle of pain that I’d been educating my clients about for years—what irony!
If you think being unable to — make a living at 50+ yrs. old, exercise, partake in activities you enjoy and financial distress is depressing — it doesn’t come close to the frustration you feel when you’re unable to find the help you need to recover from injury. But even worse is facing up to my own inability to assess the underlying cause of dysfunction, address muscle imbalances and perform the proper corrective movement & exercise.
What has kept me moving forward is the belief that someday the pain and hardship I’ve endured will enable me to be a more compassionate and knowledgeable therapist. I’ve spent many hours reading your material and I greatly appreciate the abundance of free material you provide along with the links to other great resources doing the same, such as, Mike Reinold, Mike Robertson, Eric Cressey…
Winning a free copy of your program will provide the opportunity to study your material in depth and figure out dysfunctional patterns, correct them and never allow them to reappear! Hopefully some day in the not to distant future I’ll then be able to purchase additional products, which I’ve dreamed of owning, and share what I learn with clients since I know I’m not alone feeling stuck in the cycle of pain.

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Like all your other muscle imbalances products Rick, you will go above and beyond in the information and really set up any trainer who invests in this product with the ability to look deeper at what is actually going on with their client and deliver results in the quickest manner possible. In short, you will be left behind if you don’t get this product.

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I am currently studying for my diploma in fitness and increasingly aware of how important it is to have good posture and understand how our muscles are designed for support and movement. When these are out of balance it is clear to see how injuries can occur.

I love running, however I have problems with pronation and constantly suffering with injuries. I have sought out answers to my problem and find people don’t have all the answers as I am still getting sore knees and needing to wear ankle supports when running.

Your program sounds great and I would love to win a copy of your program and use it as a base to my blog on “a personal trainers fitness journey”. As I try the program out on my self I can then relate to it and help my clients fulfill their goals and correcting their weak areas helping them live their lives to the full.

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Dear Rick
I am a 45 yr old personal trainer in stage 4 kidney failure because of type 1 diabetes. I have been training since I am 9. I am a chil of an abusive drug addict and training is one of my joys left in the world. I have accumulated a ton of injuries over the years (back, shoulder, hip, ect) that are now so bad it is inhibiting my training. I am getting divorced soon so keeping up on and focusing on my training is all the more important. I would use this dvd set to straiten out my injuries as well as stay focussed on positive things. I need to continue training and stay positive. Thank you sir

Brian Lederman

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I think this is best answered,if we look at who we are as trainers,do you consider yourself a good trainer?Perscribing exercise programs based on body building isolation exercises and cardio? or some balancing act on the bosu or swissball? Most people are after one thing,to lose weight and look good..and not function,truth be told,most people dont even know what function is.Marketing by the fitness industrie has used bodybuilding as a marker for health and fitness…Your main job as a trainer should be function,before anything else and perscribing exercises from a personal assessment..the name personal trainer…personal means just that a individual program for indivual needs,you need to give them what they need and not what they want..which if you do your job should be the same in the end.but without an assessment that will never happen

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because it’s the olympics, baby!! and Americans deserve gold. i’m American, and your product is gold!!

but seriously, I am a modestly successful trainer who genuinely cares about his clients. what I am missing though is the right assessment tools to put my clients on a faster, more efficient track to better health through movement.

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Please do go here to look at my full reply – http://exercisesforinjuries.com/you-won-a-copy-of-assessment-and-exerccise/

The two winners are:
– Jennifer B
– Mathieu Boulet
– Liz Y

Sorry, I could not keep just keep it to 2.

Rick

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I’m a M.D. and my area of practice is sports medicine. i often see athletes get injured , but wondering “why?”. I eat correctly, I sleep enough, I do a good warm up, I take my supplements so why. the answer “take a look at yourself” and better let a professional do that, there are so many hidden problems you can not imagine. and here is our place, but for this we must be as good as we can and beyond that. i hope Assessment and Exercise is going to be the right thing

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I know I would benefit greatly from your program by
learning and applying the knowledge to help others. With the knowledge I
will gain from your Muscle Imbalances Revealed program, I will be able
to help people achieve their fitness goals and help them gain a better
quality day-to-day life. I also love learning and would love to build
more on what I’ve learned so far.

Below are some experiences:

I am a new personal trainer and have been helping my parents strengthen
their “weaker” muscles. For example, my father has back pains and a
horrible posture. Even though we’ve done exercises to help correct his
posture, he still feels back pains time to time. I myself have gone
through an injury (nearly 4 years ago) which affects my posture still
today.

I have a client/friend who has two jobs and does a great
deal of standing and constant walking. She has asked me to help her
with endurance and prevent any possible injuries. The challenge is
fitting in just the right exercises with her tight schedule.

Rick, please help me help others achieve their fitness goals and value
what they will learn and gain. What they learn and gain will ultimately
comes from you and your program.

Thank you for your time,
Iris

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