11 Nov Kinetic Link Training For Rehab and Performance
Principle Four Osteopathy osteopaths Heath Williams (KLT Level 2) and Shaun Coghlan (KLT Level 1) have undertaken additional post graduate training in Kinetic Link Training (KLT) which was developed by Sports Physiotherapist Wayne Rogers and currently integrate this regularly into the treatment and management programs of their clients for both rehabilitation and performance.
KLT is a fantastic way to train for rehab and performance because it integrates the whole body with a focus on the kinetic chain. The KLT approach is more than just isolated muscle training in that it trains movements rather than muscles that demands the individual balance and coordinate their movements. KLT can be adapted through the acute training variables to produce an endurance, strength or power focus.
Kinetic Link Training can be performed using many of the common equipment tools we see in the gym (cables, dumbbells, kettlelbells, barbells) as well as from a rehab focus with therabands and theratubing.
For those of you who are looking for something different with regards to their own training or are wanting an integrated approach to rehab for a specific complaint, then make sure you touch base with us at Principle Four Osteopathy to find out more. If you have any questions about KLT, please email email@example.com.
If you would prefer to simply book and see one of us for a consult, make sure you book an initial strength and conditioning session via the link here. Please let us know in your pre consult questionnaire that you would like to know more about integrate KLT strategies into your training.
In the videos below you will see some examples of both Heath, Shaun and some of our P4O clients performing KLT exercises.
Principle Four Osteopathy is located on Level 4 at 178 Collins St Melbourne City CBD. We are a team of osteopaths who integrate pain science, manual therapy and exercise rehab/strength and conditioning into our everday consult.