Post Rehab Essentials

 

Personal Training is Changing

Personal trainers are becoming an integral part of the health care team, allowing for people to stay healthy and get healthier faster than ever before. This means the responsibility for fitness professionals to know more about a wider array of injuries, illnesses and medical conditions is at a greater level than ever before.

Trainers are also doing more to hang on to their current clients by educating themselves further to be able to roll with the punches and adapt to whatever their clients throw at them. We could call this Darwin’s theory in the fitness industry: Those who can work with everything will continue to work with everything. Those who don’t will find their clients stuck in physiotherapy and unable to train.

Let’s put it another way: If you don’t know what to do with a clients injury,
they stop training, and you’re out of business.

My name’s Dean Somerset. I’ve been a personal trainer for nearly a decade, and over 80% of my personal clientele come directly from medical referrals (physiotherapists, chiropractors, general practitioners, surgeons) in order to help their patients get continuing results when they leave their clinics. I initially started off looking to become great at helping people lose weight and gain muscle, but quickly found that almost everyone coming into me had a shoulder, back, knee or hip problem that was holding them back.

It was a necessary step for me to learn how to work successfully with a wide array of injuries, conditions and developmental issues in order to take on everyone possible who could benefit from my help. I want to show you how to do the same.

I’ve taken a lot of certifications from different organizations, and came to realize that none of them would touch on the type of issues that would help someone get back in shape following something like a rotator cuff tear, ACL reconstruction, or even simply low back pain. These are conditions that affect a large portion of the population, which meant that most certifications fail to address the needs of the majority of the population. The trainer looking to become amazing at what they do has to know how to work with, around or through injuries without making the worse.

This is where Post Rehab Essentials comes in.

This is a workshop that goes through the basics that every trainer should know about injury post-rehab before working with their clients. It covers the most common conditions of the shoulder, hip, knee and spine, and gives directions on what to do and more importantly, what not to do with the specific injuries. Each section goes through pertinent anatomical information, what adaptations occur with each injury, how to assess and determine who can and cannot begin training, and how to train it to get the best results safely and effectively. I’ve also included sample programs for each injury, and how to progress them through various stages.

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I’ve taught this course almost a dozen times in live settings, and adapted it multiple times to make sure the participants get the most out of it. I’ve also continuously updated it with new research that will help keep you on the cutting edge of the industry, and allow you to give the absolute best workouts to your clients. There isn’t a more complete resource out there that will give you more information on as wide a variety of injuries and how to work with them as Post Rehab Specialists.

In the course of my career, I’ve spent roughly $20,000 on a degree, then easily an additional $10,000 on books, DVDs, audio recordings, webinars, and other educational media. Add in to this the costs of certifications and additional credentials, and not to mention all the costs associated with traveling and attending different workshops and conferences, I could easily say that I’ve run up a six figure tab trying to teach myself how to work with people to get them better results, regardless of their goals or restrictions.

Add in to this the countless free conversations I’ve had with physicians, orthopedic surgeons, physiotherapists, chiropractors, as well as the job shadowing and surgical viewings I’ve been fortunate enough to take part in, and you can see why culminating all this information into an essential series would be a great resource for any trainer to have.

This is the beauty of purchasing a digital download like Post Rehab Essentials. You don’t have to travel, take time off work, or pay the registration fee for a specific day. You only have to make one easy investment, and can watch the entire workshop at your leisure, all while having the ability to replay sections over and over again to ensure you are getting it down pat, something very few live presenters will ever accommodate.

The complete package contains the following:

Post-Rehab Introduction

  • Outlines different types of forces and how they lead to injury
  • How the body becomes injured, and how it heals
  • Simple plan to effectively eliminate the risk of overuse injuries and reduce the reoccurrence in any training environment

Upper Quadrant:

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  • Anatomical considerations for the upper body
  • The most common types of upper body injuries, including rotator cuff tears, AC joint separations, and adhesive capsulitis
  • Training programs to help reduce the risk of injury and improve function without pain
  • What to do, and what not to do with each injury
  • How to assess a shoulder, as well as what the findings mean and what to do with them

Lower Quadrant:

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  • Anatomical considerations for the lower body
  • The most common types of lower body injuries, including total hip replacements, total knee replacements, ACL reconstruction, meniscus injuries, patellofemoral syndrome, and IT band friction syndrome
  • Training programs to help reduce the risk of injury and improve function without pain
  • What to do, and what not to do with each injury
  • Methods of assessing the lower body function to design the best program possible

Spine:

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  • Anatomical and biomechanical considerations for the lumbar spine
  • The most common types of injuries, including disc herniations, disc degeneration, facet joint injuries, stenosis, and scoliosis
  • Training considerations to help reduce the risk of injury and to improve function
  • Methods of assessing the spine to develop the best program possible, when to refer out and how to work with different types of low back pain

In addition to all this, you’ll also get specific exercises and the technical breakdown on what they work, how to properly execute them and how to cue the client to get them into the right movement patterns. I’ve also included easy regressions and progressions for basic movements that everyone does incorrectly.

You don’t just get the videos. You also get a practical workbook that shows how to go through each assessment, exercise breakdown, and program design for each injury discussed. In other words, I’m going to give you the specific assessments, workouts, progressions, regressions and cueing to use with each injury discussed, so you can use it today with your clients and start seeing results.

You also get Continuing Education credits from the NSCA. This product has been approved for 1.2 CEU’s which will help you to keep your certification while getting your learn on.

 

 

Here are some of the highlights I go through:

  • How most “rehab” programs aren’t tailored to specific needs of the individual
  • Joint mechanics that show why some exercises will hurt you while others will help you.
  • Why repetitive strain injuries are so common, and how to fix them forever
  • Generic assessments tell you nothing, specific assessments tell you everything
  • Easy flowchart to follow for each type of injury, from assessment to program design components to the actual programs themselves
  • Ways to switch every workout, injured client or not, to get 100 different workouts from the same exercises
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Dean Somerset is one of my “go to” resources in the fitness industry when I have a question that requires awesomeness. I can say without a doubt or any hesitation that few have the knowledge around rehab, movement dysfunction, physiology, program design and training. Not only that, Dean has the priceless “under the bar” experience that many trainers are lacking to be able to actually apply this knowledge in a real-world setting and with real clients.I was patiently awaiting the release of Post Rehab Essentials because I knew Dean would over-deliver big time – and I wasn’t disappointed. Every time I go back to it, I learn something different and pick up new ideas to integrate into my program. I don’t recommend ANY product without truly believing in it or if I don’t actually use it in my program. Post Rehab Essentials will change the way you program and make you a better coach by increasing the value you bring to all of your clients.

 

James “Smitty Diesel” Smith,   dieselsc.com

As a sport medicine practitioner, it is always a pleasure to see colleagues with
the same beliefs and methods grounded in contemporary evidence. Lucky for me, Dean is a local specialist whom I trust and cannot recommend highly enough.

 

– Dr. Jeff Cubos, www.jeffcubos.com

 

“Dean Somerset has quickly emerged as an outstanding resource in the fitness industry. I really enjoy reading his stuff, and I’m sure you will, too.”

-Eric Cressey, ericcressey.com

 

“When I first met Dean at a small conference in Edmonton a few years back, I knew he was what the fitness industry needed. His experience and knowledge when it came to understanding the spectrum of injury to performance is one of a kind. Over the years it has been great to see him share all he knows in his blog, in the Muscle Imbalances Revealed series and in the Ultimate Training Guide for Cancer Survivors.

I was excited to hear he was releasing the Essentials of Post Rehab Training. I was lucky enough to get an advance copy and the material blew me away. Even with 17 years of experience in the post rehab, I learned a lot and picked up a stack of exercises that I know will help my post rehab clients.

If you are a fitness professionals and if any of your clients have new or old injuries, you have to get, watch and apply everything in Post Rehab Essentials.”

 

– Rick Kaselj
exercisesforinjuries.com

“Rarely in this industry do we find individuals who seamlessly mesh passion with knowledge.

Dean is one of those rare cases. There are very few coaches who are as well-rounded and research based as Dean. Anyone who learns from him can consider themselves lucky.”

 

– Jonathan Goodman
theptdc.com

 

“Dean’s presentation is a great resource for anyone working with clients or looking to train after an injury. Post Rehab Essentials is a perfect compliment to my business because I deal with the general population that enters my facility with a host of orthopaedic problems. There are times I need to go back and research some protocols and Post Rehab Essentials is a great place to start.

Dean does a great job of explaining the causes and treatments for most common injuries that are seen in everyday people. His presentation is top-shelf and he really comes across as a great educator.”

 

– John Izzo,   www.izzostrengthtraining.com

Dean was kind enough to send me an advance copy a few weeks ago and all I have to say is that after viewing it, I wish I could just hop onto Craigslist, do a search for “Flux Capacitor,” and then go back in time for 

the sole purpose of scissor kicking myself in the face for relying too heavily on what my text books told me.

Suffice it to say, it would have saved me A LOT of time if I had resources like this back then.

 

– Tony Gentilcore, www.tonygentilcore.com

 

In total, you’re going to get 12 hours of videos, the practical workbook, and most importantly, answers to many of the questions you may have about how to train clients with specific injuries.

Think of it this way: If the information you learn from Post-Rehab Essentials helps you get one new client that you wouldn’t have been able to get otherwise, or helps to keep a client who may develop an injury, it’s paid for itself multiple times over. If a client continues to train with you to help improve an existing injury, it’s again paid for itself. Top it off with the fact that if you reduce a clients level of pain or dysfunction, they feel better immediately, and can then get stronger and lose weight faster than on any other program because you took the time to work on what needed working on.

No Pain = Better Results = You Look Better = More Business

Because I believe in this product so much, and I just know you’re going to walk away with a lot of new information that you will be able to use right away, I’m also going to include a 60 day money-back guarantee. If for whatever reason you don’t feel you learned anything from Post-Rehab Essentials, let me know and I’ll personally issue you a full refund. That won’t be an issue though, because I’m going to go out on a limb and say that I GUARANTEE you will learn at least one new bit of information that will change the way you train your clients and probably help you get more clients to purchase training than before. I make a point in the video of saying I want everyone to take at least 100 points of information with them to add to their trainer toolbox, and I’m sure you’ll get this same benefit.

Do you want to separate yourself from the other trainers in your area, and become an expert rivalled by no one?

Would you like a 100% done for you program to use with your clients to get fast and easy results, while also being ridiculously specific to their issues?

 

AS AN ADDED BONUS, I’M ALSO GOING TO THROW IN SOMETHING REALLY SPECIAL…

 

I’m also going to include a free bonus video, “How to Develop Medical Referral Networks for Fitness Professionals.” This is a workshop I’ve presented for organizations like canfitpro and the NSCA and have used the concepts discussed inside to build a referral network of over 100 health professionals who refer their patients to our trainers for Post Rehab training.

You can watch all the videos on any device you like, iPod, iPad, home computer, burn them onto a disc, whatever method is easiest for you. The videos will never expire, which means you can watch them as often as you like.

YOU’LL ALSO GET LIFETIME FREE UPDATES, INCLUDING ANY REVISIONS TO THE COURSE, NEW VIDEOS, FEATURES, AND MUCH MUCH MORE.!!!

 

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NOTE: This product is priced in Canadian Dollars.  No physical products will be shipped to you. The videos, manuals and webinars will be available for immediate download either from the website or sent via email once payments are received.

 

Personal trainers are becoming an integral part of the health care team, allowing for people to stay healthy and get healthier faster than ever before. This means the responsibility for fitness professionals to know more about a wider array of injuries, illnesses and medical conditions is at a greater level than ever before.

Trainers are also doing more to hang on to their current clients by educating themselves further to be able to roll with the punches and adapt to whatever their clients throw at them. We could call this Darwin’s theory in the fitness industry: Those who can work with everything will continue to work with everything. Those who don’t will find their clients stuck in physiotherapy and unable to train.