Myofascial Release Technique
With this technique trainers are able to release their students fascial tissue and help them overcome conditions where their fascia was damaged.
Keywords: Scar tissue, trigger points, fascial tissue, connective tissue
Art of Movement
This technique was inspired in a population of indigenous people, the Cherokees, who have less than 1% postural diseases and conditions. This people have strong feet, they move in a very natural way for their body’s and they never sit! With this knowledge I am able to reeducate the way we stand, walk and run.
Keywords: Squat, Cherokees, running technique, pressure points, toe-ga, postural training
Based on mind and body studies, this is a line of training without many pain. With this technique the trainers are able to identify movement patterns and deconstruct them with their students to the point that is better for their quality of movement. It can be applied to all people including professional athletes to general people who just want to prevent injuries related to unbalanced movements.
- Trainer Bag
Vibration training induces to involuntary contraction of muscle fibers. With this training tool we are able to complement the training by inducing the contraction of more fibers. We are also able to stretch and massage with this tool.
- TRX. Suspension training
- Kinesis Systems
Degree in Sports and Fitness
With this degree I understand better biomechanics, anatomy, training cycles, guidelines, periodization, fit the training for special conditions, training protocols, cv training, instruction…
Mastered tools & techniques:
- Fitness ball: Exercises to improve strength and core stability for all body
- Medicine ball: General Fitness Exercise
Biology and Geology Degree (Teaching)
With this academic degree I studied human biology, genetics, hormones, biological cycles and organic and biochemistry’s. I am able to look to every process in a deeper way (cardio vascular processes, respiratory processes, autoimune diseases…)
- Under biology: Master degree in Biology (in course)