Even though we’re exercising social distancing, that doesn’t mean we have to stop learning! Perform Better is excited to host a FREE Weekly Webinar Series for all our customers and past seminar attendees! These webinars are designed to provide trainers, coaches, and therapists with live presentations and Q&A sessions via ZOOM – taking place every Tuesday at 2:00pm EST - that can be taken advantage of without ever leaving your home.





Date: Tuesday, May 11th
Time: 2:00pm EST

Emily Splichal, DPM, MS, CES

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• CEO & Founder of the Evidence Based Fitness Academy.
• Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist.
• Creator of the Barefoot Training Specialist Certification for health and wellness professionals.
Foot Function & Fascial Lines

The dynamic control of functional movement is deeply integrated in our foundational control of the ground and gravity. Join Human Movement Specialist & Podiatrist Dr. Emily Splichal as she explores how our feet, fascia and functional movement are even more integrated than we currently realize. From fascial tensioning to fascial elasticity, our fascia plays a role in how our feet detect, store and transfer forces during dynamic movement. This webinar will prepare you how to train your clients for more efficient and precise movement.




Weekly Webinar Series




Date: Tuesday, May 18th
Time: 2:00pm EST

Gray Cook, MSPT, OCS, CSCS

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• Founder of the Functional Movement Screen.
• Author of Movement: Functional Movement Systems – Screening, Assessment, Corrective Strategies and Athletic Body in Balance.
• Practicing physical therapist, orthopedic certified specialist, certified strength and conditioning specialist and an RKC kettlebell instructor.
• Pushes professionals and enthusiasts to creatively rethink movement behavior.
Exercise as a Vehicle for Awareness

Gray Cook will demonstrate some of his favorite exercises, using tools such as Indian Clubs, Sandbags, Cook Bands and more, and discuss how to choose them correctly based on information provided by a movement screen. Well-placed exercises will reveal key milestones in movement development that help clients become aware of their movement dysfunction and compensation. It’s not about sets, reps and weight. It’s all about symmetry, understanding and awareness for efficient and effective correction.




Weekly Webinar Series




Date: Tuesday, May 25th
Time: 2:00pm EST

Dan John

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• 43 years coaching experience in strength and conditioning.
• Senior Lecturer, St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, London.
• Fulbright Scholar.
• All-American Discus Thrower and American Record Holder in the weight pentathlon.
Easy Strength – Two Decades Later

Easy Strength, a program with roots in 1910 strongman training and Secret Soviet Stuff, continues to evolve as more and more people share the insights of something that is as simple as, "If you want to get stronger, lift weights." Oddly, the fat loss community has been the strongest supporters of this simple system for advanced training.




Weekly Webinar Series


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