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Fascia Training

Release time:2020-08-21 Views:760

Due to scientific findings of the last years, fascia has rightfully become an essential part of every type of therapeutic or athletic training. There is no denying the fact that healthy fascia has an impact on physical healings and regeneration time, as well as athletic performance. This is why fascial training is successfully being offered and included in commercial, health and high performance sports. Still, it needs to be mentioned that not everything can be explained with fascia. This organ, despite connecting everything, is only one of many notable parts of the body. Nothing more and nothing less. After all, it is crucial that all composing parts of the body receive the best treatment and training possible and that they are optimally coordinated.

Fascia and muscles are inseparable! When one talks about strength training, one is referring to a training focused on muscles. When one talks about fascial training, one is referring to a training focused on fasciae.

In the theoretical part of this course, you will gain insights into the basics of fascia and fascial training. In the practical part, you will be introduced to the four pillars of fascial training and you will learn how to turn every exercise focused on muscles into one focused on fascia. Meanwhile, we will keep the optimum interplay of all structures (muscle-fascia-bone) in mind. You also will get an introduction into a new way of strength training and a the new “All In One” Concept (Strength – Flexibility and Posture)! At the end you will an introduction in programs for back, shoulder and knee problems.

The workshops and presentations of Markus Roßmann are worldwide in great demand among therapists, instructors and athletes. Additionally, they are very asked for as well as in popular sports as in competitive sports and in health and prevention sports. In his workshops Markus Rossmann´s focus is very practical-oriented. The theoretical background, however, is passed on in a simple way, visualizing the contents to gain a better understanding of the theory. He encourages the participants to become active themselves and loves to integrate the creativity of the participants into his courses. A lot of people find this unique approach to teaching new and even unusual - and thus exciting, informative and entertaining.