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Author: Dr. Kelly Starrett and Dr. Travis Jewett
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Training The Injured Athlete by Dr. Kelly Starrett and Dr. Travis Jewett – Instant download

TRAINING THE INJURED ATHLETE
This online, self-paced video course reveals the programming methods Dr. Kelly Starrett and Dr. Travis Jewett use to train injured athletes to get back to their peak performance (and beyond). Plus you’ll also get case studies for the most-common ailments they face, along with a detailed encyclopedia that provides guidance on nearly every issue imaginable.


THIS “GAP” KEEPS INJURED ATHLETES FROM RETURNING TO 100%

There’s a big gap in an athlete’s journey from injury or surgery back to full function. And too many athletes never make it all the way back to their peak. Instead, they settle for restricted movement, loss of force, and recurring pain.

The problem is that right now, no practitioners are equipped to help athletes in the space between acute rehab and full function.

Training The Injured Athlete by Dr. Kelly Starrett and Dr. Travis Jewett

Physical therapists can handle acute rehab after a severe injury or surgery. But they don’t have the capacity to go beyond that. Since most insurance doesn’t give patients long-enough or frequent-enough trips to physical therapy to complete their recovery.

In other words, the medical system does not provide the frequency or density to return an athlete to full function. It only addresses the most severe problems. And the average person can’t afford to pay out-of-pocket for the extra physical therapy required to restore full power and function.

On the other hand, most personal trainers are not medical experts. And while they can create amazing results for healthy athletes, if an injured athlete walks into their gym, they don’t have the experience or toolkit to help.

Which means in the best case, trainers handle these injured athletes with “kid gloves.” And they don’t challenge them enough to get all the way back to peak performance. Or worst case, the trainers accidentally cause even greater damage or injury by programming the wrong movements for the injured athlete.

The problem is that right now, no practitioners are equipped to help athletes in the space between acute rehab and full function.


SOMEONE NEEDED TO FILL THIS GAP… SO WE DID

 

Training The Injured Athlete by Dr. Kelly Starrett and Dr. Travis Jewett Dr. Kelly Starrett, DPT has helped athletes of all types get back to peak performance (and beyond) after surgery and injury. That includes everyone from NFL quarterbacks and UFC champions, to seniors at his gym and teens on his daughter’s middle school water polo team. Plus many times, he’s resolved pain that an athlete’s physician wrote off as “hopeless.”

And together with TRS coach Dr. Travis Jewett, DC, Kelly developed a course that reveals their methods for restoring an injured athlete to full power and function.

 

 

 


-Diane Fu | Coach

Diane Fu | Coach
Diane Fu | Coach

“Training The Injured Athlete is the course I wish existed my entire training career. The information and programming concepts provided has bridged the gap between the athlete that has just gotten out of rehab yet is still not able to resume their pre-injury training program.”

 

 

 


INTRODUCING – TRAINING THE INJURED ATHLETE
This self-paced online course details the exact programming methods Kelly and Travis use to restore full function in injured athletes of all types. Inside the course, you will discover…

  • You may be surprised to find there are only so many ways to work with an injured athlete no matter what their ailment. The course will help you decide the right time to use each one.
  • A comprehensive encyclopedia with programming guidance for more than 80 injuries and surgeries. That way, you’ll be able to work with an athlete suffering from virtually any issue imaginable.
  • Real-world programming case studies that help you understand how to handle the most common injuries and surgeries you will most often encounter.
  • The common vocabulary you need to collaborate on an athlete’s recovery with other medical and fitness professionals.

-Kaitlin Lyons | Coach

Kaitlin Lyons | Coach
Kaitlin Lyons | Coach

“The content within Training The Injured Athlete will differentiate you from other coaches and give you a competitive advantage. Your versatility and adaptability as a coach may be what makes the greatest distinction between you and your competitors in your professional development.”

 

 

 


WORLD-CLASS ORGANIZATIONS USE THIS COURSE TO GIVE THEIR COACHES AN EDGE

WORLD-CLASS ORGANIZATIONS USE THIS COURSE TO GIVE THEIR COACHES AN EDGE


Travis Jewett | Coach

Travis Jewett | Coach
Travis Jewett | Coach

“This course is the culmination of our time spent working with athletes in the clinic and in the gym to help coaches better understand their role when training an athlete who has become injured. It will be hard to find a more comprehensive review for creating strategies to help injured athletes optimize their training for recovery.”

 

 

 


REACH 100,000 POTENTIAL CLIENTS
Finding new clients is critical for your success as a coach or practitioner. That’s why we want to help promote your business to our 100,000 monthly visitors.

We created The Ready State Professional Directory to be the go-to resource for finding a TRS-recommended provider. Because we get this question all the time…

“Can you recommend a good coach, physical therapist, or body worker in my city who uses your methods?”

And we point everyone to the Directory. It allows our audience to search, filter, and find a top-tier professional near them. And it helps make finding new clients easy for our network of coaches and practitioners. Everybody wins!


Kelly Starrett

Kelly Starrett
Kelly Starrett

“The Training the Injured Athlete course is a very comprehensive and well paced course that provides assessment pieces and knowledge that is integral to coaching.”

 

 

 


YOU’RE ONE CLICK AWAY FROM DISCOVERING HOW TO RESTORE INJURED ATHLETES IN RECORD TIME
Enroll Now To…

  • Discover the most simple and effective methods you can use when training and injured athlete.
  • Gain the confidence to work with any athlete — no matter what ailment they have — thanks to the comprehensive injury encyclopedia in the course.
  • Access case studies for 50+ of the most-common injuries and surgeries, so you know exactly how to accommodate them.

TRAINING THE INJURED ATHLETE includes

Introduction 

  1. Introduction and Course Mechanics
  2. Pain Science
  3. Principles of Working with People
  4. Working Within The System:
    Communication
  5. Goal Setting
  6. Red Flags
  7. Tissue Healing Times
  8. Lifestyle
  9. Well Body Training
  10. Pain in Training
  11. Foundational Principles
  12. Minimum Effective Dose
  13. Blood Flow Restriction (BFR)
  14. Programming Overview
D2R2 

  1. The D2R2 Model
  2. NMES
  3. Percussion & Vibration
  4. Scraping
  5. VooDoo Flossing
  6. Cupping

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conditioning 

Conditioning Work During Recovery:
Aerobic Template

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shoulder 

  1. Relevant Anatomy
  2. Common Diagnoses or Common Shoulder
    Problems
  • Impingement
  • Labrum Tears/Primary Instability
  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Bicipital Tendinopathy
  • AC Separation
  • SC Separation
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Dislocation

 

 

Lumbar Spine 

  1. Relevant Anatomy
  2. Common Diagnoses or Common Lumbar Spine Problem
  • Disc
  • Sciatica
  • Stenosis
  • Sensitivity: Flexion/Extension
  • Strain
  • SI
  • Spondy
  • Pirioformis Syndrome
  • Non-Specific Low Back Pain
Knee 

  1. Relevant Anatomy
  2. Common Diagnoses or Common Knee Problem
  • Runners Knee
  • Jumpers Knee
  • Patellar Tracking
  • Meniscus Tear
  • ACL
  • Osgood Schlatters
  • MCL Sprain
  • TKR
  • Hamstring
Hip 

  1. Relevant Anatomy
  2. Common Diagnoses or Common Hip Problem
  • Impingement
  • Torn Labrum
  • Hip Replacement
  • Hip Flexor Pain
  • Groin Strain/Sports Hernia

 

 

 

Elbow 

  1. Relevant Anatomy
  2. Common Diagnoses or Common Elbow Problem
  • Golfers Elbow
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Biceps Strain/Tear
  • Triceps Strain/Tear

 

 

 

Foot and Ankle 

  1. Relevant Anatomy
  2. Common Diagnoses or Common Foot and Ankle Problem
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Achilles Tendinopathy
  • Shin Splints
  • Ankle Impingement
  • Turf Toe
  • Ankle Sprain
  • Calf Strain/Tear

 

Wrist 

  1. Relevant Anatomy
  2. Common Diagnoses or Common Wrist Problem
  • Scaphoid
  • Wrist Pain
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

 

 

 

Neck 

  1. Relevant Anatomy
  2. Common Diagnoses or Common Neck Problem
  • Disc
  • Radiculopathy
  • Stenosis
  • Thoracic Outlet Symptoms
  • Strain
  • Headaches
Tendinopathy Primer 

Tendinopathy Primer

 

 

 

 

Wrap Up 

  • Wrap Up
  • Next Steps

 

 

 

Final Quiz