Level 2 TRX Sports Medicine Course
Posted on Aug 11, 2011 5:00:00 AM

Level 2 TRX Sports Medicine Course


 

Think you know everything there is to know about TRX Suspension Training? Think again.

 

Introducing the TRX Sports Medicine Suspension Training Course - Level 2. This advanced course will build on your existing TRX knowledge and take it one step further. In Level 2, you will learn how to incorporate TRX Suspension Training into the treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal diseases or disabilities. Completion of this course will also allow you to:

 

  • Competently demonstrate and teach back TRX Sports Medicine exercises and modifications
  • Learn treatments for common injuries through case scenario formats
  • Provide therapeutic and preventative exercise applications for common musculoskeletal injuries
  • Correctly set up and use the TRX Suspension Trainer
  • Join the official TRX Directory as a Level 2 graduate

 

For Level 2 courses, you’re required to complete a Level 1 Suspension Training Course (e.g. TRX Suspension Training Course, TRX Group Suspension Training Course or Rip Training Course) or be a licensed healthcare professional* (ATC, DC, PT, OT, MD, PTA).

 

TRX Sports Medicine Suspension Training Course - Level 2 is perfect for physical rehabilitation practitioners and health and fitness professionals who work with individuals or small groups in the clinic, at the gym or on the field as part of a therapeutic, post-rehabilitation or injury prevention program. According to one course graduate, "This course has some serious potential to make an impact not only in post rehab fitness training but direct rehab as well."

 

Register for Level 2 today, and get ready to take your TRX Suspension Training Education to the next level.

 

In the photo above, TRX Director of Sports Medicine Brian Bettendorf takes attendees through a recent Level 2 course in London. Have you used the TRX in a clinical setting? Tell us about your experience below.

 

*Course pre-work is required for healthcare professionals who have not taken an STC or GSTC.


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