At the Institute of Motion, we are continually innovating around programming and movement-based solutions for optimising health and creating a sustainable performance. We now offer a variety of live workshops for fitness professionals to develop their skill set around these latest solutions.

We currently host workshops in America, Europe, Australia and Southeast Asia. Scroll down to learn more about our workshops offer. If you’re interested in hosting an event for your team, send an email to info@instituteofmotion.com.

Each workshop focuses heavily on application, while exploring various exercise techniques and programming strategies to give your client's effective training solutions for their most desired outcomes.


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Engineering Health and Performance using the 4Q System

Ask most aging athletes and fitness enthusiasts what 20 years of repetitive exercise and training will do to the body: Run down....overused.... broken bodies.  That's because many training programs enhance fitness, but are not sustainable for long-term health or performance.


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Deadstarts: The missing link in Strength Training

Deadlifting”, you probably think of picking up a heavy barbell off the ground and lifting it to hip height. While this has a myriad of benefits to our overall strength, there is something really important missing from a typical deadlifting protocol: Many “Deadlifts” in real life demand moving a Sub-maximal load or our own mass (Bodyweight) from variable postures and moving mass in variable..

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Stress-Busting Recovery Techniques (available soon)

Have you ever had a client walk into a training session looking like they just got run over by a herd of elephants? For many of our clients, unmanaged and excessive stress greatly hinders their training progress and even puts them at jeopardy for injury or illness.


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The Complete Guide to Metabolic Flexibility

In our recent history, High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) has been all the rage in various training circles, and for good reason considering its numerous benefits. However, excessive high intensity training comes at a cost to our long term Health, not to mention the same, repetitive stimulus becomes less effective over time. That’s where Metabolic Flexibility comes in…

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Bulletproof the Low Back (and move well)

Degradation of the intervertebral discs, which most often occurs between L4-L5 and L5-S1, often leads to herniation, with treatments varying from physical therapy to surgery. The question is what causes this degradation to begin with and how can we possibly prevent further damage?


 

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