Here we go to the rambles.
Nice to look at the week that was.
These are a few things that happened.
MIR Approved for Fitness Australia CECs
I just got the word from down under that Muscle Imbalances Revealed has been approved for CECs.
Fitness Australia has reviewed Muscle Imbalances Revealed and approved it for 6.0 CECs. Now the 23,000 fitness professional that are part of Fitness Australia can earn continuing education credit when learning and watching Muscle Imbalances Revealed.
I just got the details and will be finalizing everything with them. Working with Fitness Australia is a new thing, so I need to figure out how they work and what they would like their members to receive.
Effective Rotator Cuff Exercises
Just to finish off, here are some kind words I received about Effective Rotator Cuff Exericses:
“The Exercises Rehabilitation for the Rotator Cuff course was excellent! Rick really brought together a course that was thorough, effective, and was easy to apply to my clients as a personal trainer as well as myself, who up until recently had shoulder issues. Thanks Rick! “
BCRPA/ ACSM Personal Trainer
“Even if the money spent only helped one of my clients, Effective Rotator Cuff Exercises would have been a worthy investment. The great part about the course is that not only does it allow me to help those with rotator cuff issues, but it also allows me to design better programs for all my clientele.”
“Dear Rick, I would be happy to help you out with the Rotator Cuff program. I have reviewed the program and have found it very beneficial for use in the clinic. As a physiotherapist, it is always challenging to provide patients with all the information and handouts they require. Rick’s systematic approach and reliant/clear patient handout have helped me keep on top of patient education. In the long run, this equals more compliance and better results. I also think the way the program is divided into goal focused sections helps keep patients focused on their exercises and their rehab goals. Overall I think it is a great program and it has really helped me address rotator cuff injuries within a clinical setting. Thanks Rick.”
Ending things on a positive note.
Thanks for everyone that says such kind things on my Facebook page:
Thanks for reading.
Have a great weekend.
Rick Kaselj, MS