Ready to gain a better understanding of Recovery, one of the 4 pillars of performance? The Exos Model of Recovery takes traditional recovery strategies a step further. In addition to furthering your knowledge in recovery science, you will learn ways to help your athletes and clients to recover faster and prepare for optimal performance.
Through a series of four pre-recorded webinars, we will dive into the methodology and model of recovery that Exos uses across its facilities with elite athletes and clients. Experts provide recovery insights and practical applications from the fields of applied neuroscience, nutrition, and movement through the following presentations:
- The Exos Model of Recovery featuring Tristan Rice
- Neuroscience and Recovery featuring Exos Senior Director of Applied Neuroscience Dr. Chris Bertram
- Nutrition and Recovery featuring Exos Registered Dietician, Shannon Ehrhardt
- Movement and Recovery featuring Exos Physical Therapist, Omi Iwasaki
Additionally, this series covers the 4 categories of stress load and their corresponding functional states. You will learn how to apply the Exos Model of Recovery to address specific stress-related issues. To support your learning and application of the Exos Recovery model, you will be provided with a digital version of recommended Targeted Strategies and Application Guidelines as well as sample Exos Program for Soft-tissue restoration to use with your athletes and clients.
Upon completion the user will be able to:
- Define the recovery cycle and its role in performance.
- Understand functional state and its representation of readiness within various biological systems of the body.
- Be able to organize stress loads and understand examples that contribute to each.
- Understand strategies to support management of psychological stress.
- Understand nutritional strategies that help with recovery from inflammation.
- Understand kinetic linking and rationale for program design across position pattern and power.
- Recommend targeted recovery strategies that align to specific stress loads.