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le cours McGill 1 (2 jours) et McGill 3 (1 jour) à Montréal en 2018

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Optimum Éducation vous invite à une formation hors de l’ordinaire : le cours McGill 1 (2 jours) et McGill 3 (1 jour) à Montréal en 2018. Du 30 novembre au 2 décembre, l’équipe de Stuart McGill sera à Montréal pour vous offrir la formation Niveau 1 et 3. Une formation qui est donné à travers le monde et qui aide plusieurs professionnels à devenir de meilleurs intervenants.

Le tout sera orchestré par Dr. Edward Cambridge et Joel Proskewitz de l’équipe de Backfitpro. Dr.Cambridge donnera la formation du McGill 1 d’une durée de 2 jours, soit le vendredi 30 novembre et samedi 1 décembre 2018. M.Proskewitz sera en charge du McGill 3 qui sera d’une durée d’un jour lors du dimanche 2 décembre 2018.

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Optimum Éducation vous invite à une formation hors de l’ordinaire : le cours McGill 1 (2 jours) et McGill 3 (1 jour) à Montréal en 2018. Du 30 novembre au 2 décembre, l’équipe de Stuart McGill sera à Montréal pour vous offrir la formation Niveau 1 et 3. Une formation qui est donné à travers le monde et qui aide plusieurs professionnels à devenir de meilleurs intervenants.

Le tout sera orchestré par Dr. Edward Cambridge et Joel Proskewitz de l’équipe de Backfitpro. Dr.Cambridge donnera la formation du McGill 1 d’une durée de 2 jours, soit le vendredi 30 novembre et samedi 1 décembre 2018. M.Proskewitz sera en charge du McGill 3 qui sera d’une durée d’un jour lors du dimanche 2 décembre 2018.

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Optimum Éducation invites you to an original formation : McGill 1 (2 days) and McGill 3 (1 day) in Montreal in 2018. Stuart’s McGill team will be in Montreal to teach those level from November 30th to December 2nd. A worldwide formation helping professionals in becoming better intervenant.

Dr. Edward Cambridge and Joel Proskewitz from Backfitpro will be in charge. The two first days (Level 1) will be taught by Dr. Cambridge on Friday November 30th and Saturday December 1st. M. Proskewitz will be teaching the level 3 on Sunday December 2th

 

MCGILL 1 – Building the Ultimate Back: From rehabilitation to high performance

Course objectives

Global Objectives:
To update delegates on the most recent developments in function of the lumbar spine – specifically how it works and how it becomes injured, and how this is linked to pain sensitivity. This is to develop an evidence based foundation for clinical decision making.
To provide guidance in the application of this knowledge to the clinic, workplace, rehabilitation centre, and sports field to reduce the risk of injury, optimize healing of the patient, and build ultimate back performance in the athlete.
To give practice and technique development with workshops throughout the day.

Course Outline

Brief Description of Topics:
4 hours
Building the foundation: Dispel the myths about how the spine works and becomes injured and/or painful. Anatomical, biomechanical and neurological perspectives are provided to setup the clinical approaches

2 hours
Interpreting patient presentation: Understand aberrant motion and motor patterns and possibilities for corrective exercise. Provocative tests and their mechanical basis provide guidance for optimal exercise design. Lecture and workshop

1 Hour
Preventing Back Disorders: No clinician can be successful without removing the cause of back troubles in patients. This section teaches delegates how to identify the causes and how to remove them. Lecture and workshop.

5 Hours
Rehabilitation Approaches: The first stage following assessment of the pain mechanism is to wind-down the pain sensitivity by removing the cause. Movement techniques to empower the patient to move without pain are workshopped. Then exercise and programs are workshopped to build the foundation for pain-free activity. Lecture and workshop

4 Hours
Training for performance – Training the back for performance (either athletic or occupational) requires different approaches and objectives than training to fulfill rehabilitation objectives. Some of the techniques developed in our work with world class athletes will be introduced and discussed within the context of valid mechanisms and evidence. These include the progressions from establishing motor control patterns, through to stability, endurance, strength, power and agility. Formalization of some of the performance “tricks” including how to get through “sticking points”, and developing “superstiffness” will be done in lecture and practical sessions.

Note: Dr McGill has authored four textbooks: “Low Back Disorders: Evidence based prevention and rehabilitation”, Third Edition, published by Human Kinetics
publishers, (www.humankinetics.com), 2016, and “Ultimate back fitness and performance”, Fifth Edition, published by Backfitpro Inc (www.backfitpro.com), 2014, Back Mechanic, 2015, and The Gift of Injury, 2018. The first three books synthesise the material presented in this course and are recommended as resource material for interested delegates.

MCGILL 3- High Performance Training: Progressing backs from pain to performance

Course objectives

Global Objectives:
To update delegates on some recent developments in enhancing performance of formerly pained and injured backs.
To give practice and technique development with workshops throughout the day.

Course Outline

This one day course is for advanced clinicians and performance specialists. Mechanisms and training techniques used with world class athletes will be introduced and discussed. The development of movement/motor patterns, endurance, speed, and power within the principles that minimize back injury, or exacerbation of existing injury are work-shopped. Quantifying the athletic demands together with the current capabilities of the individual, influence program design. Specific topics include building resilience, training capacity, and strength and speed techniques within pain-free progressions. The day comprises of 3 lectures and 3 hands-on workshops.
• Part 1: Foundation
 The code of elite trainers
 Normal and injury mechanics
 Tolerance and Capacity
 Stability (and mobility)
 Injury (and Pain) mechanisms
 Creating a client – building training capacity
 An algorithm from pain to performance

• Pristine movement (Engrain motion patterns, motor patterns, corrective exercise)
• Build whole body and joint stability
• Increase endurance
• Build strength
• Pull
• Push
• Lift
• Carry
• Torsional Buttress
• Specific isolationist and integrative exercises
 Develop power, agility

Workshop 1: movement patterns sparing the spine
 Basic Strength skills
• Composite strength
• Joint positions
• Power breathing
• Twitch and relax
 Mobility
 Basic motions
 torso control with hip function
 Movement skills

Part 2: Assessment
 Many approaches – When?
 Intake
 Tune each training cycle
 When to increase load (or decrease)
 Presence of Pain
• Yes:
• Provocative tests will reveal pain mechanism
• Motions, postures and loads
• Specific tissues
• No:
• Assess general competency & movement choice
• Assess demand of task/sport
• Assess these as capabilities of the individual
• Train the difference
 Programing
 Interview
 Personality
 Anatomy

Workshop 2: assessment

Part 3: Tricks of the super athletes
 Features of excellent performance
• Tradeoff of fitness variables
• Rate of muscle activation and relaxation
• Power Breathing
• Mindful training
• Core stability and hip mobility
• Athletic progressions
 Superstiffness
• Technique #1 Rapid contraction and then relaxation of muscle
• Technique #2 Tuning of the muscles
• Technique #3 Muscular binding and weaving
• Technique #4 Directing neuronal overflow
• Technique #5 Eliminate energy leaks – Make the impossible, possible
• Technique #6 Get through the “sticking points”
• Technique #7 Optimize the passive connective tissue system
• Technique #8 Create shockwaves
• Always: Proximal stiffness for distal explosiveness

Workshop 3: Enhancing performance
 For each exercise
• Is it the best tool for the goal?
• Incorporates assessment and training
• Coach corrections (good form)
• Create progression (or regression)
• Enhances injury resilience and performance
• Optimizes stability mobility continuum
• Skill development
 Workshop List:
• Qualifying tests
• Warmups
• Patterns of movement
• Relaxation rate
• Double peak
• Power breathing
• Strength tricks
• Tuning mobility, stability and unleash speed power
• Squat
• Bench
• Pullup
• Jump
• Strongman techniques
• Turkish getup
• Sled drag
• Speed power
• Foot work
• Sport specific

SUGGESTED READINGS
This presentation synthesizes many research articles. However, the information has been synthesized into three books:
1. Back Mechanic, written for the lay public, guides the reader through an assessment of their pain triggers. Then it coaches them what not to do to desensitize the pain and build movement capacity. Then it guides them on exercises to build a pain-free foundation for movement.
2. McGill, S.M. Ultimate back fitness and performance, Sixth Edition, Backfitpro Inc, 2017
Available at: www.backfitpro.com
Ultimate Back Fitness describes the science of back function as it pertains to training for higher performance function (either occupational or athletic), provides algorithms for examining the critical components of different activities to identify what needs training, and the full exercise spectrum and progression from corrective exercise to stabilization exercise, endurance training, true strength development and speed, power and agility enhancement. Techniques used by some of the top athletes in the world are quantified and described.
3. McGill, S.M. Low Back Disorders: Evidence based prevention and rehabilitation – Third Edition, Human Kinetics Publishers, Champaign USA, 2016
Low Back Disorders, written for clinicians and scientists, describes the science of back function, prevention of back troubles and rehabilitative approaches. It has a robust description of patient assessment involving provocative testing to create a precise diagnosis that guides each patient on the most effective path for them.

HORAIRE :

VENDREDI

8h à 9h :Accueil et déjeuner (fourni par Optimum Education)
9h à 13h : Théorie et Pratique
13h à14h : Dîner (repas fourni par Nutrition FitPlus)
14h à 18h : Théorie et Pratique
19h : Souper Réseautage (À déterminer)

SAMEDI

7h à 8h :Accueil et déjeuner (fourni par Optimum Education)
8h à 12h : Théorie et Pratique
12h à 13h : Dîner (repas fourni par Nutrition FitPlus)
13h à 17h : Théorie et pratique
17h: Fin des activités

DIMANCHE

7h à 8h :Accueil et déjeuner (fourni par Optimum Education)
8h à 12h : Théorie et Pratique
12h à 13h : Dîner (repas fourni par Nutrition FitPlus)
13h à 17h : Théorie et Pratique
17h : Fin des activités

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Schedule

Friday November 30th
(Level 1 : day 1)

8-9:00am : Greetings and breakfast (included)

9am-1pm: Theory and practical application

1-2pm : Lunch by Nutrition FitPlus (included)

2-6pm : Theory and practical application

7pm : Networking diner (to be determined)

Saturday December 1st
(Level 1 : day 2)

7-8am : Greetings and breakfast (included)

8am-12pm: Theory and practical application

12-1pm : Lunch by Nutrition FitPlus (included)

3-5pm : Theory and practical application

5 pm : End of level 1

Sunday December 2nd
(Level 3)

7-8am : Greetings and breakfast (included)

8am-12pm: Theory and practical application

12-1pm : Lunch by Nutrition FitPlus (included)

3-5pm : Theory and practical

5 pm : End of level 3

 

Lieu de formation (Location) : Spécifik Performance Montréal
2260 rue des carrières, Montréal, QC, H2G 1X4

Les coûts de cette formation (en CAN):

McGill 1 et McGill 3:
20 premiers : 999$ + tx
EarlyBird (Jusqu’au 2 septembre 2018 à 23h59): 1199$ + tx
Régulier: 1399$ + tx

McGill 1 seulement ( 2 jours) :
Earlybird (Jusqu’au 2 septembre 2018 à 23h59): 899$ + tx
Régulier: 1099$ +tx

McGill 3 seulement (1jour) :
EarlyBird (Jusqu’au 2 septembre 2018 à 23h59): 499$ + tx
Régulier: 599$ + tx

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Cost : ($CAN)

McGill 1 and McGill 3 :
First twenty : 999$+tx
Earlybird : 1 199$+tx (until September 2nd)
Regular : 1 399$+tx

 

McGill 1 only (2 days : Friday and Saturday) :
Earlybird :899$ + tx (until September 2nd)
Regular: 1099$ +tx

McGill 3 only (1 day : Sunday) :
EarlyBird : 499$ + tx (until September 2nd)
Regular: 599$ + tx

Breakfats and lunch are included in the price of all the packages.

 

REFUND AND CANCELLATION POLICY :

If cancel before September 2nd : 90% refund, 10% for administrative charges

If cancel between September 3rd  and November 4th : 50% refund

If cancel after November 5th : Non-refundable

**Please note that the payment is the only way to reserve your spot**

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Dans tous les forfaits, le déjeuner et le dîner sont inclus dans le prix (par jour de formation).

POLITIQUE DE REMBOURSEMENT ET ANNULATION :
Si Annulation avant le 2 septembre 2018 :
Remboursement de 90%, prendre note que 10% est gardé pour frais administratifs.

Si Annulation entre le 3 septembre 2018 et le 4 novembre 2018:
Remboursement de 50% seulement

à partir du 5 novembre 2018 :
Non remboursable

**Prendre note que le paiement est le seul moyen de confirmer votre présence**

 

N’oubliez pas qu’Optimum Éducation vous offre une clé en main pour votre formation:
-un déjeuner lors de chaque journée de formation
-Un dîner lors de chaque journée de formation (Nutrition FitPlus)
-un cahier de note et un crayon
-les powerpoints
-un chandail Optimum Education
-et plusieurs autres cadeaux

Places disponibles:
McGill 1 : 50 places
McGill 3 : 50 places

Inscription:
Sur le site d’Optimum Education : www.optimumeducation.ca
ou
courriel : info@optimumeducation.ca

Mode de paiement:
-Par carte crédit
-Par carte débit
-Chèque (écrire au info@optimumeducation.ca)
-Argent (écrire au info@optimumeducation.ca)

Au plaisir de vous compter parmi nous lors de ce weekend
De l’équipe Optimum Education

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Don’t forgat that Optimum Éducation offers you a turnkey service :

  • Breakfast on every formation day
  • Lunch by Nutrition FitPlus on every formation day
  • Notes and pen
  • Course notes
  • Optimum Éducation’s shirt
  • And more

 

Available spot :
McGill 1 : 50 places
McGill 3 : 50 places

Subscription on Optimum Education’s website :
www.optimumeducation.ca
or
by e-mail at
info@optimumeducation.ca

Payment method :

 

Looking forward to have you with us for that weekend

Optimum education’s team

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McGill 1, McGill 3, McGill 1 et McGill 3 (20 premiers / first 20), McGill 1 et McGill 3 (Régulier)

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