Empowering fitness professionals
To reduce pain and prevent injuries
As an Exercise Professional, nothing is more important than maintaining momentum with your clients. The one thing guaranteed to slam
the brakes on for both you? Injury. Whether it’s an aching back, a shoulder twinge, or a niggly knee, injury presents
a turning point for your relationship. If you have the skills to help guide your client through to recovery, you can both keep moving forward.
The pace may have slowed, but they have confidence in you, and you feel great about your contribution. If you don't know what to do with their
pain (or yours), you will join the ranks of your peers, grumbling about the impact that injury is having on your business as yet another booking
bites the dust. The choice is yours. Don't let lack of knowledge hold you back. Rise above mediocrity. Rehab Trainer has the world’s
best short courses in injury management for Fitness Professionals. Taught by elite Sports Physiotherapists, we have one aim: to
equip you to understand and deal with pain and chronic injury in your clients.
BOOK YOUR SPOT. WE PROMISE YOU WILL NEVER LOOK BACK.
+ 2 highly practical days of education by elite Sports Physiotherapists.
+ 2-3 various forms of tape, a high-quality Pressure Biofeedback Unit, big manual with all techniques included, colour certificate, and your name and picture registered with all our Master Rehab Trainers on our website.
+ Some of the most effective and practical educational material available worldwide for Exercise Professionals wanting to do corrective exercise in a gym context.
Having been in the fitness industry for nearly a decade, I believe and understand the importance of holistic wellness, injury prevention, and functional movement training for suited for different lifestyles.
Specialising in the fields of functional core training and suspension training, Master Rehab Trainer has given me an in-depth knowledge to incorporating practical, efficient and effective methods of rehab training to address pain, injury, and other biomechanical concerns.