Functional Range ConditioningMark2021-12-24T02:55:17-05:00
AN EVOLUTION IN TRAINING
Developed by world-renowned musculoskeletal expert Dr. Andreo Spina, Functional Range Conditioning® is a comprehensive joint training system based in scientific principals and research.
There are 3 main training-goals when utilizing the FRC® system which are all closely interrelated, and acquired simultaneously:
Mobility refers to the amount of active, usable motion that one possesses. The more mobile a person is, the more they are able to maximize their movement potential safely, efficiently, and effectively.
While improving mobility and movement potential, the FRC® system also acts to ‘bullet proof’ (or safe-guard) your joints so that movement can be executed safely.
Training with FRC® improves the function of your nervous system. This leads to a reduction of pain and injury, joint health and longevity, as well as an increased ability to move freely and easily.
These 2-day certifications seminars are designed for both Fitness & Health Professionals and include lectures, as well as active practice in a gym setting.
Note that although the active practice component will involve practice/performance of FRC® principles, the certification seminars are not simply training seminars. Their purpose rather is to teach participants how to apply/integrate FRC® into exercise programs.
The seminar also covers a variety of other concepts including:
Functional Range Conditioning (FRC®), is a system of joint health optimization based on scientific principals and research. These 2-day seminars are designed for both Fitness & Health Professionals and includes online learning, lectures, as well as active practice in a gym setting. Note that although the active practice component will involve practice/performance of FRC® principals, the certification seminars are NOT SIMPLY TRAINING SEMINARS. Their purpose rather is to teach participants how to apply/integrate FRC® into exercise programs.
FRC® Certification Seminar (Toronto, ON) - LIVE SEMINAR
Our online seminar includes two 5-hour days, live with a team of FRS Instructors. Each day includes live lectures with a multi-media educational experience for all types of learners, practical break-out sessions and live interaction with our instructors throughout the seminar. Online seminars also include unlimited access to additional educational resources to review before and after your seminar.
Although we will not physically be in the room together, please know that the level of education we will be providing and the supporting materials and live-support you will receive will make for an equally impressive experience from the comfort of your own home or gym.
The seminar covers a variety of concepts including (but not limited to):
The Physiology of Stretching
Progressive tissue loading & adaptation
Cellular Morphogenesis & Biophysics
Upon successful completion of an FRC® seminar and our online exam, the participant will receive the FRC® Mobility Specialist (FRCms) designation offered by Functional Anatomy Seminars. This certification will allow participants to announce themselves as certified FRC® Mobility Specialists for the purposes of advertising. They will also be included on our website, in our ‘Find-A-Provider’ network and will have access to ongoing, free continuing education.
Most well-researched manual therapy and mobility systems in the world. FRC and FR completely expanded my thought process as a coach and manual therapist. Todd Bumgardner
Just Great! Dre and his team have a great way to put scientific facts and evidence ‘guided’ practice in a clear perspective. Looking forward to continue this road with these guys!!! Rob van den Boezem
Dr Spina has completely changed the way I think about anatomy, mobility, and movement altogether. The FRC system is so invaluable to what I do… Chris Merritt
Functional Range Release® and Functional Range Conditioning® are on a continuum. The FR seminar covers soft tissue assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation and is geared towards manual therapists. The FRC system continues on these principles covering rehabilitation, body control, and mobility training – this seminar is geared towards both manual therapists as well as trainers. The FR seminar is medically/clinically focused; FRC is more training/rehab focused. If you are a trainer, you would likely gain more benefit from the FRC seminar.