Optimal Shoulder Performance
From Rehabilitation to High Performance
Learn How Mike Reinold and Eric Cressey Approach the Rehabilitation and Training of the Shoulder
Optimal Shoulder Performance bridges the gap between injured athletes looking to get healthy and those performing at high levels looking to stay healthy. Whether you rehabilitate or train athletes, or are an athlete yourself, this program is full of cutting-edge research and detailed practical application strategies.
Optimal Shoulder Performance draws upon the expertise of two industry professionals, Mike Reinold and Eric Cressey, who have devoted countless hours to this commonly injured joint.
This fully online program includes:
- 8 hours of online video content including lecture and hands on demonstration
- Overview of Mike and Eric's approach to the integration of rehabilitation and performance training designed to maximize function
- Comprehensive resource for testing, treating, and training the shoulder
Mike Reinold and Eric Cressey team up to discuss how they integrate physical therapy and strength and conditioning principles to optimize function and performance.
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What People Are Saying About Optimal Shoulder Performance
Mike Reinold and Eric Cressey’s Optimal Shoulder Performance Seminar was one of a kind. As a strength coach at the collegiate level who works with baseball, swimming, and tennis, I couldn’t wait to get back to work and implement the protocols and assessments I learned while attending the seminar. There is nothing more satisfying to a coach than attending seminar and actually returning with a myriad of quality useful information. Whether you are a rehabilitation or performance specialist, if you weren’t lucky enough to attend the seminar, do what is right for your clients and invest in the Optimal Shoulder Performance.
Jeremy Heffner M.Ed., CSCS, SCCC, USAW
Strength and Conditioning Coach- University of Georgia
“With this seminar, the content is definitely there, but it’s the intangible passion that surrounds Mike and Eric when they teach others the various ways to assess and integrate shoulder care. Their intent is obvious and they hold nothing back in their quest to equip other professionals with the proper tools and knowledge to enhance athletic performance!”
Sports Performance Director– Dynamic Sports Training