Why movement quality matters
How to prime the nervous system to up regulate stability and motor control
Why exaggerating a mistake may actually improve your client’s results
How to re-pattern fundamental movement patterns
Utilization of several simple tools that are fun and highly effective
Discover, Step-By-Step, How to Improve Movement Quality in a Simple Way…by Stimulating the Brain in Very Specific Ways that May Seem Counterintuitive, but They are Highly Effective. Long Gone are the Days of Standing Over Someone to Get them to Squat or Lunge More Efficiently. Reactive Neuromuscular Training is a Productive, Self Limiting Strategy to Changing How the Brain Controls the Body!
He is a certified athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and a certified Club Coach by USA Weightlifting. MTS is a full service Sports Medicine and Sports Performance consultancy which he created to help coaches, trainers, therapists, and other health professionals and athletes reach their full potential in their athletic related endeavors.
Over the years, MTS has worked with variety of clients including Division I universities, private physical therapy clinics, large market health systems, personal training studios, and high schools. Mitch has personally worked with thousands of athletes throughout his career. His clients not only have won world series rings, played in the NFL and MLS, and competed in the Olympics, but they have achieved great personal success in local competitive events and leagues. His clientele has ranged from 6 to 54 years old.
In addition to being the founder and President of MTS, Mitch serves as the Prevention, Rehab, and Physical Performance Coordinator for 16 sports, as well as the strength and conditioning coach for Women’s basketball and Volleyball at Missouri State University. At MSU, he utilizes his knowledge of performance enhancement and sports medicine to coordinate the rehab and injury prevention programs for all varsity sports while simultaneously improving the athletic performance for the Lady Bear teams. His areas of interest included functional movement and biomechanics, high speed treadmill training, and metabolics. He believes that sports are not only a great outlet for people of all ages and levels to get exercise, express themselves and relieve stress, but it teaches us all a great deal about ourselves and others.
Mitch is a noted speaker on both a regional and national level, and has been published multiple times in professional journals and coaching websites.