Learn why strength matters and how to achieve it
Are you noticing that strength training is having its moment in the spotlight and want to understand the best practices behind getting stronger? Our course is more than just a series of lectures and classes. It’s a comprehensive tool that promotes critical thinking, problem-solving, and nurturing instruction.
This course is ideal for fitness professionals, yoga teachers, personal trainers, and passionate students! It’s designed to enhance your knowledge and skills in strength training. You’ll gain the confidence you need to introduce this essential form of exercise to the general public, while also learning how to effectively encourage resistance training for special populations. Discover the joy of strength training and why you shouldn’t fear lifting heavier weights.
This 7-hour course will teach you…
- The various components of getting stronger
- The benefits of strength training
- Understanding how to resist and overcome load
- Instructions for common lifts
- Creative programming ideas
- Accessory lift suggestions
Workouts, templates & creative programming tips
Learn the six adaptations for strength
Problem solving for progressions and regressions
Kathryn Bruni-Young and Jules Mitchell combine forces to deliver an online course that examines what it really means to get stronger. As strength is gaining visibility as an important factor in overall health and longevity, it is being promoted within an entire collection of modalities, including yoga. With strength being everywhere now, it’s hard to know what exercise parameters constitute strength and how to most effectively achieve it. With Kathryn’s passion for strength training and Jules’ extensive background in exercise science, together they have created a course that includes the basics of both the theory and practice of getting stronger. Teachers and students alike will enjoy their uncomplicated approach that demystifies what strength is, how it works, and how to gain it.
Dates and Details:
Get instant access to the recorded portion of the course when you sign up.
Learn the basics about how strength works and get the essentials on how to achieve it. All levels are welcome. Included are 5-hours of recorded videos with Jules Mitchell and Kathryn Bruni-Young, downloadable slides and PDF’s, plus study questions to enhance learning.
As a bonus we are hosting 2 live calls in November to answer questions and dive deeper into the material.
Live calls are Thursday Nov 2 & 16 from 12-1pm EST (these will be recorded).
Eligible for 7-10 CEUs upon completion.
Get the Early Bird Price!
$299 USD from September 11 – 24, 2023
$349 USD from September 25-30, 2023
Registration closes Oct 1st, 2023!
Resistance band & yoga strap/belt
Any/all the weights you have
Bolster or large pillow
Sign up before Sept 24th and save!
Kathryn (she/her) has been teaching yoga and movement since the age of 17. Growing up in her mother’s (Diane Bruni) yoga studio she has been learning about mindful movement her entire life. In 2012 Kathryn started exploring other modalities including competitive powerlifting, gymnastics, and various forms of strength based exercise. She has completed a professional pain science mentorship with physiotherapist Neil Pearson, has interviewed some of the world’s top researchers and teachers for her podcast, has taught workshops in over 10 countries, and self-published the Mindful Strength Practice Deck.
Jules Mitchell leads advanced continuing education programs in biomechanics for intellectually fearless yoga teachers. She helps them integrate principles of exercise science and applications of pain science into their classes. Jules is the author of Yoga Biomechanics: Stretching Redefined, a unique, evidence-based exploration into the complexities of tissue mechanics and the human body’s resilience and adaptability. She leads workshops and courses online and worldwide, runs a popular 300 hour yoga teacher training, frequently serves as guest faculty, and hosts a comprehensive mentoring program to support teachers in both education and business. Her passion is bringing the most useful and applicable research-based concepts into the yoga community, even when it invokes a discerning analysis of popular opinions.