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SWIS Exercise Muscle Testing

SWIS Level 1: exercise Muscle Testing – Upper Body

The SWIS Exercise Muscle Testing Certification – Upper Body workshop was designed to teach you specific muscle tests, for each upper body exercise, to determine if the muscles are functional and capable of handling the stress of the weight training exercise. You will learn how and why the body develops imbalances and dysfunctions in the muscle, joint, nerve and biochemistry that may affect training. You will also discover how to pinpoint muscle, joint, nerve and biochemistry problems through the functional muscle test for the upper body. Daily practice and use of the muscle tests taught in this workshop will allow you to take your assessment and training techniques to the next level and enable you to become a more advanced Trainer.

SWIS Level 1: Exercise Muscle Testing – Lower Body

The SWIS Exercise Muscle Testing Certification – Lower Body workshop was designed to teach you specific muscle tests, for each lower body exercise, to determine if the muscles are functional and capable of handling the stress of the weight training exercise. You will learn how and why the body develops imbalances and dysfunctions in the muscle, joint, nerve and biochemistry that may affect training. You will also discover how to pinpoint muscle, joint, nerve and biochemistry problems through the functional muscle test for the lower body. Daily practice and use of the muscle tests taught in this workshop will allow you to take your assessment and training techniques to the next level and enable you to become a more advanced Trainer.

Requirements:

  • Notebooks, pen, pencil, paper etc…

Course Instructor

Dr. Ken Kinakin, DC, CSCS, CPTN-CPT

Dr. Kinakin has competed in bodybuilding and powerlifting for over 20 years. He regularly lectures across Canada and United States to doctors and Personal Trainers on the areas of weight-training, rehabilitation and nutrition. He maintains a private practice in Mississauga, Ontario and is the founder of the Society of Weight-Training Injury Specialists – SWIS For more information please visit www.swis.ca.

Registration

  • You can register using the print and mail-in form or call 905-812-0644 to register.