RAD Mobility 1: Foundations of Self Myofascial Release and Recovery


Learn how the latest research surrounding the nervous system, muscles, fascia, movement, ?
and mobility and stability exercises can immediately be applied to create the most effective fitness and lifestyle plans for yourself and your clients.
Also learn the contraindications to SMR and create mobility and stability programs for your clients that can propel both mobility and recovery. Do you know how applying these topics can enhance a person?s strength, power output, injury prevention and much more? Find out now!

Learning Outcomes:

? Understand how self-myofascial release really works and immediately begin utilizing release and mobility methods that incorporate the nervous system
? Describe neural plasticity and the associated positive impacts on joint mobility
? Summarize the benefits of SMR to your athletes/clients
? Explain why mobility is so important and learn why we lose mobility throughout our lifetime
? Compare mobility to flexibility
? Differentiate between causes of movement restriction and immobility
? Integrate proven SMR techniques before, during, and after a training session that will help unleash optimal mobility and performance, and prevent injuries
? Determine which tool is best suited to different restrictions and contexts
?Apply regional anatomy and physiology principles to improve SMR and mobility results
? Perform SMR skills and mobility techniques in a practiced sequence trainers can immediately utilize to conduct their own small or large group RAD Mobility Circuit that their clients will truly enjoy and appreciate!


LLP Category:

Course - Face to Face

Suitable For:

Fitness Instructor (EQF L3), Group Fitness Instructor (EQF L3)

Learning Type:

LLP Category 1

Learning Hours:




After completing all video modules and post-module quizzes (roughly 5-6 questions each) as part of the Pre-Course work, as well as attending the in-person 4 hour session,  participants will be asked to log in to their online account and complete a 40 question Comprehensive Exam, which they will need to pass with at least 80% rate. They will then be able to download their certificate that will auto-popuklate their name and date of completion. 


Canada, Europewide, United States