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Makeover Your Skills: Merrithew™ Specialty Tracks

Makeover Your Instructor Skills

Want to be more marketable in the fitness arena? Makeover your skills and gain access to niche client groups and special populations by specializing and streamlining your continued education. Speciality Tracks allow instructors to concentrate on a particular demographic and acquire the skills needed to design specialty programming. Learn to modify exercises for individual needs, learn effective cuing methods for specialty clients and address necessary anatomical and biomechanical issues.

Stay ahead of the competition and be armed with the knowledge and resources that appeal to clients with specific programming challenges. The following eight Specialty Tracks are made up of a series of eight workshops that provide an in-depth analysis of a particular topic, physical condition, or piece of equipment.

Specialty Tracks at a Glance:

Specialty Track Who is it for? What is the focus? What are the client benefits?
Athletic Conditioning
Who is it for?
For those who work with very fit clients or athletes.
What is the focus?
Focus on improving strength, power and agility.
What are the client benefits?
Take clients to a new level of athletic performance by challenging unilateral movement, weight transfer and torso rotation.
Golf Conditioning
Who is it for?
Those who work with golfers who want that extra edge in their sport.
What is the focus?
Learn exercises designed to increase strength, balance flexibility and power.
What are the client benefits?
A boost in performance on and off the green, conditioning of the entire body, enhanced core stability and body awareness.
Post-Rehabilitation Conditioning
Who is it for?
For those who work with clients recovering from injuries or with special conditions.
What is the focus?
Zero in on areas of the body which are most commonly injured.
What are the client benefits?
Help clients maintain strength after rehab and prevent future injuries.
Active for Life
Who is it for?
For those who want to offer specialized programming for the active aging population.
What is the focus?
Lean to adapt the STOTT PILATES Principles and exercises for active Boomers and older adults.
What are the client benefits?
The client will address issues such as restricted mobility to improve function in daily activities.
Pre- & Post-natal
Who is it for?
Those who work with moms-to-be from traditional Matwork to variations that address their changing bodies.
What is the focus?
Learn appropriate adaptations taking individual factors into consideration such as fitness level and health concerns.
What are the client benefits?
Pre-& Post-natal clients will maintain or regain fitness with safe and effective workouts that address and accommodate body changes, risk factors and movement restrictions.
Group Matwork
Who is it for?
Those who want to learn a complete repertoire of creative, effective and inspiring Matwork exercises.
What is the focus?
Learn techniques and selections to maintain motivation and ensure improvement for a wide spectrum of clients.
What are the client benefits?
Clients receive an effective and targeted Matwork workout through effective cuing and modifications.
Group Equipment
Who is it for?
Those who want to offer fun and invigorating group classes on equipment.
What is the focus?
Learn both classic and highly inventive exercises to guarantee stimulating sessions at a variety of levels.
What are the client benefits?
Clients receive a proactive equipment workout that is within their range of skill yet challenging.
Dance
Who is it for?
Those who want to learn dance-inspired programs that will help clients build strength and stability while improving balance and flexibility.
What is the focus?
Learn specially-designed exercises that combine fluidity of movement with sound biomechanical fundamentals.
What are the client benefits?
Clients enjoy a fun workout with unique exercises derived from the best of the dance world.

Specialty Tracks will allow you to gain insight for specific clients and take responsibility for being well rounded and knowledgeable. Expand your skillset so you can provide accurate information and appropriate guidance to all clients. Learn more about Merrithew’s STOTT PILATES Specialty Tracks here.