Squat University Seminar in St. Louis – Squat University
When: January 18-19, 2020 Where: Formation D1 (Saint-Louis) DAY 1: MASTERY OF MOVEMENT Who can participate: This course is for those looking for a plan to correct movement errors due to poor mobility or stability that hamper perfect technique. It is designed for the general public and for any health and fitness professional wishing to […]

When: January 18-19, 2020

Where: Formation D1 (Saint-Louis)

DAY 1: MASTERY OF MOVEMENT

Who can participate: This course is for those looking for a plan to correct movement errors due to poor mobility or stability that hamper perfect technique. It is designed for the general public and for any health and fitness professional wishing to deepen their knowledge of movement detection and the squat technique.

Time: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. with lunch breaks

Course overview

  • This isn't a boring classroom lecture that many of us are used to, so expect to be up and moving for most of the day! Dr. Aaron Horschig will help you screen your entire body (head to toe) to help expose problem areas that hinder the perfect squat technique. We then go through specific corrective exercises for each "weak link" found. Each person who attends the seminar will receive an exercise book that they will use during this time to find out what their specific movement problems are and how to solve each problem in order to reduce their risk of future pain, improve the quality of their technique. and the potential for athletic performance! at
  • Technique: The next part goes in depth with the barbell squat techniques (front squat, back squat, and overhead squat). We will discuss the most common technical faults, the specifics of squatting (foot position, width of the posture) and even debunk some myths ("Is deep squat harmful to your knees? We will move and lift for this session, but participants will not be asked to lift heavy objects.
  • Conclusion: We will end the day with a discussion on how to together develop an effective plan to address the mobility and stability issues we have found so that you can be effective and efficient with your corrective exercises.
  • Questions & Answers: The last part of the day will end with a question and answer section where you can ask for advice from Dr Aaron Horschig on any topic you like!

DAY 2: PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF INJURIES

Who can participate: This course is designed for those interested in a higher level of knowledge on how to deal with the aches / pains so common in the weight room (both preventively and reactively). This course is particularly beneficial for coaches, health and fitness professionals or athletes who have been hampered by an injury.

Time: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. with lunch breaks

Course overview:

  • The Injury Prevention and Management portion of the Squat University Seminar begins from day one but delves deeper into the proper identification and assessment of the athlete from an injury perspective.
  • We will discuss common knee, hip, back, shoulder, elbow, and wrist joint injuries that occur in the weight room. After discussing how to properly break down the body to find WHY the symptoms started, we'll go over a number of corrective exercises that will help optimize the management of each injury. The correct exercise progression for each common injury will be discussed so that you can find the most optimal tool to meet the needs of each athlete.
  • Each person who attends the seminar will receive a workbook that they will use during this time to walk through each problem and how to approach each problem to reduce aches and pains.
  • Questions & Answers: The last part of the day will end with a question and answer section where you can ask for advice from Dr Aaron Horschig on any topic you like!

COST?

Day 1: $ 200

Day 2: $ 300

** Use the code “SquatU50” for $ 50 off on day 1 or 2, or “SquatU100” for $ 100 on the full weekend!

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Cardio only takes you so far on the path to a perfectly proportioned body. Weight training exercises are crucial to help you build lean muscles and boost your strength and immune systems.

While there are many weight training exercises to choose from, the one activity to rule them all is the squat. For quick and lasting results from your workout routine, you should make friends with this dynamic exercise.

Squats are beneficial to your entire body and give you the perfect curves in any sexy dress. They can be done anywhere and require no equipment. They improve muscle mass and enable you to do your daily activities with energy and agility.

They are also known for helping you burn fat and improve your balance, and they tone more than your legs and thighs because your booty and abs benefit too.

There are many variétés of squat exercises, including the deep squat, the pile, the barbell squat, and the front squat. Across these exercises, the primary form needed is the same. Getting your technique right is essential to ensure that you do not hurt yourself and to get the maximum benefit.

' There is simply no other exercise, and certainly no machine, that produces the level of central nervous system activity, improved balance and coordination, skeletal loading and bone density enhancement, muscular stimulation and growth, connective tissue stress and strength, psychological demand and toughness, and overall systemic conditioning than the correctly performed full squat. '

While we love all these fabulous health benefits, we’ve compiled a list of 11 sexy reasons to make this exercise part of your exercise routine.

Yes, there are plenty of leg curl exercise machines at the gym that shapes your derriere. However, machine-based exercises tend to put plenty of strain on your lower back.

Squats, on the other hand, are the perfect solution because they target your gluteal zones musculaires to get you that correctly defined and shaped bubble butt.

If you want to amplify the effect on your booty further, go down in a deep squat ( with a broader stance ) instead of a parallel one. According to a study by the National Institutes of Health, this version works about 25 percent better at targeting the gluteus maximus groupes musculaires than a run-of-the-mill standard one.

Whether you are wearing leggings, skinny jeans, or your favorite bandage dress, your legs are always going to be on display—give yourself the sexiest legs ever and make the figure a lasting and riveting one. Squats help you develop a great set of legs, ensuring that they are toned overall.

In general, the equipment at the gym targets specific zones musculaires in your legs. But, targeting particular groupes de muscles means you have to do many different exercises to tone your whole leg.

With squats, you need to use all your leg groupes de muscles to balance, lower, and raise yourself. Very few exercises give your pins a workout quite as good as this exercise does.

Most of us spend quite a grande part of the day sitting in an office peau or doing other sedentary tasks. This lifestyle leaves little room for you to limber up.

If you are concerned about how your body behaves while sérieux out, on the dance floor, or in bed, flexibility is a critical factor for you to work.

Flexibility is also essential for preventing injuries. Not getting injured is why all workouts require you to start with a warm-up that includes stretching. Regularly performing squats helps you become more and more souple.

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