Wednesday, August 25, 2010

CHEK Practitioner?

What is a CHEK Practitioner?

A C.H.E.K Practitioner possesses the skills and knowledge to design and implement cutting-edge personalised exercise programs for rehabilitation and fitness in corporate traditional and functional exercise with mind-body exercises. A key component that defines a C.H.E.K Practitioner is the series of assessments used to identify core and autonomic nervous system internal organ and nutrition. A C.H.E.K Practitioner knows that to produce the desired result, exercises must be performed correctly. They understand how energy-balancing exercises reduce total stress on the body and know when to use these types of exercises with different clients.
Active Bryant Systems Corrective High-performanceExercise Kinesiology Program
• eliminate back pain
• rehabilitate shoulder, neck and head pain
• eliminate knee pain
• improve posture
• move more efficiently
• improve sports performance
• reduce the likelihood of injuries.
• eliminate recurring injuries.
Evaluation
The comprehensive evaluation is the starting point for all corrective exercise and conditioning programs. This focuses on the specific needs of the individual. Scott will evaluate the following areas to accumulate the information necessary to design your individual, highly specific cutting-edge program for
post-surgery & rehabilitation.
What’s Involved?
A Level 3 C.H.E.K Practitioner is well equipped to assess you Orthopedically and use the most comprehensive assessment criteria in the fitness world. The following list is just some of detailed assessments you are likely to receive:
Assessments
Holistic Lifestyle Assessment
Metabolic Typing test
Functional Diagnostic Nutrition tests
History of injury Post-surgery
Exercise history
Posture & Gait
Joint range of motion
Core stability
Joint Stability
Flexibility
Functional movement patterns
Current nutritional habits
Coordination
Muscle balance
The Coaching Model for Successful Rehabilitation
Scott Bryant is schooled in the use of a coaching model for successful rehabilitation. The traditional “treatment” model focuses on specific alleviation of pain and treatment by the Coach to “fix the spot that hurts.”
Scott Bryant empowers the patient/client with the knowledge that the problem for which they are seeking resolution belongs to them and therefore they must take full responsibility for achieving the goals determined by both the client and the prerequisites to full recovery. Those patients/clients who complete programs developed by a C.H.E.K Practitioner are frequently more informed and capable in the exercise arena than many Personal Trainers are today so put me to the test !
Paul Chek Book - "How to Eat Move and be Healthy"
This book reveals the techniques and secrets previously available only to the select clients and students of Paul Chek. In "How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy!" Chek shares his approach to achieving a healthy, balanced lifestyle while also dropping pounds and re-shaping your body.
Each person is unique! The way we respond to food, exercise and stress varies from person-to-person just as much as our fingerprints. This book will identify the reader's individual needs and teach them to address issues that may be preventing them from looking and feeling their best.
Paul discusses research, uncovers controversies and provides practical suggestions for achieving peak vitality.

CHEK Practitioner?

What is a CHEK Practitioner?

A C.H.E.K Practitioner possesses the skills and knowledge to design and implement cutting-edge personalised exercise programs for rehabilitation and fitness in corporate traditional and functional exercise with mind-body exercises. A key component that defines a C.H.E.K Practitioner is the series of assessments used to identify core and autonomic nervous system internal organ and nutrition. A C.H.E.K Practitioner knows that to produce the desired result, exercises must be performed correctly. They understand how energy-balancing exercises reduce total stress on the body and know when to use these types of exercises with different clients.
Active Bryant Systems Corrective High-performanceExercise Kinesiology Program
• eliminate back pain
• rehabilitate shoulder, neck and head pain
• eliminate knee pain
• improve posture
• move more efficiently
• improve sports performance
• reduce the likelihood of injuries.
• eliminate recurring injuries.
Evaluation
The comprehensive evaluation is the starting point for all corrective exercise and conditioning programs. This focuses on the specific needs of the individual. Scott will evaluate the following areas to accumulate the information necessary to design your individual, highly specific cutting-edge program for
post-surgery & rehabilitation.
What’s Involved?
A Level 3 C.H.E.K Practitioner is well equipped to assess you Orthopedically and use the most comprehensive assessment criteria in the fitness world. The following list is just some of detailed assessments you are likely to receive:
Assessments
Holistic Lifestyle Assessment
Metabolic Typing test
Functional Diagnostic Nutrition tests
History of injury Post-surgery
Exercise history
Posture & Gait
Joint range of motion
Core stability
Joint Stability
Flexibility
Functional movement patterns
Current nutritional habits
Coordination
Muscle balance
The Coaching Model for Successful Rehabilitation
Scott Bryant is schooled in the use of a coaching model for successful rehabilitation. The traditional “treatment” model focuses on specific alleviation of pain and treatment by the Coach to “fix the spot that hurts.”
Scott Bryant empowers the patient/client with the knowledge that the problem for which they are seeking resolution belongs to them and therefore they must take full responsibility for achieving the goals determined by both the client and the prerequisites to full recovery. Those patients/clients who complete programs developed by a C.H.E.K Practitioner are frequently more informed and capable in the exercise arena than many Personal Trainers are today so put me to the test !
Paul Chek Book - "How to Eat Move and be Healthy"
This book reveals the techniques and secrets previously available only to the select clients and students of Paul Chek. In "How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy!" Chek shares his approach to achieving a healthy, balanced lifestyle while also dropping pounds and re-shaping your body.
Each person is unique! The way we respond to food, exercise and stress varies from person-to-person just as much as our fingerprints. This book will identify the reader's individual needs and teach them to address issues that may be preventing them from looking and feeling their best.
Paul discusses research, uncovers controversies and provides practical suggestions for achieving peak vitality.

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