Are we mad scientists at MAT?

assessment mat Feb 25, 2019
 
Come and find out hat we have been concocted in the MAT lab at one of our MAT LIVE courses in 2019.

For more information about our MAT LIVE courses head to www.matassessment.com/MATLIVE
 
 
Continue Reading...

Reassessment No. 1

Uncategorized Feb 19, 2019
 

Today I determine the effectiveness of my first month of training with a reassessment of some of the key capacities and areas i was looking to improve in the first training block.

RESULTS (new results in red)

WBLT: L 12cm (13cm) R 8cm (12cm)

SEBT:

  • Ant L  64cm (65cm) R  55cm (63cm)
  • Antmed L 67cm (70cm) R 60cm (67cm)
  • Antlat L 58cm (63cm) R 52cm (60cm) 

SL leg press: L 10 R 6 (L 13 R 13)

SL hamstring curl L 6 R 3 (L 9 R 8)

SL leg extension L 6 R 3 (L 7 R 6)

SL calf raise L 6 R 3 (L 7 R 7)

Make sure you're starting to think about ideas for my third program and submit before March 1 for your chance to win a FREE MAT LIVE course in 2019. 

Continue Reading...

You don't need a time machine to access the future of assessment. 

assessment mat Feb 17, 2019
 
Simply head to www.matassessment.com/MATLIVE to learn more about how our MAT and MAT LIVE courses can help you help more people in 2019.
 
 
Continue Reading...

Day 22 - Program No. 1

Uncategorized Jan 28, 2019
 

So here's phase 1 of my journey in 2019.

What do you think?

What do you think should be in the program that isn't?

What do you think shouldn't be in the program?

Share your thoughts in the comment below!

Continue Reading...

Day 21 - Results

Uncategorized Jan 28, 2019
 

Ok, you've done well to make it this far. As you can tell it was a tough day of testing for me, but hopefully it will be worth it in 3 months time.

Now it's your turn to do some work!

I need you to help me out and write me a program to do for the month of March.

Remember, the BEST program will be selected and I will personally do this program and the person whose program is chosen as the best will win a FREE MAT LIVE course in 2019.

A few specifics that need to be thought about when creating the program:

1/ There needs to be at least two different days in the program that I can use to workout 4-5 times per week.

2/ My goals are to improve the results below, especially my aerobic fitness

3/ You need to have 1-2 paragraphs associated with the program why you included the exercises and what you're targeting with each program.

I can't wait to see what you have in store for me.

You can submit your program either in the comments below or by emailing me at ...

Continue Reading...

Day 15 - Room for improvement

Uncategorized Jan 25, 2019
 

This was always going to be my most challenging test out of all of them. My aerobic fitness has been neglected more than anything over the last few years. Today was a new low.....in the 2km time trial

RESULTS

9 minutes and 35 seconds. When I was 16 I was running 1.6km in less than 5 minutes. Now at double that age it's time for me to get back to that level of fitness. 

Continue Reading...

Day 14 - Agile Fitness

Uncategorized Jan 24, 2019
 

Agility and repeat efforts were always one of my strengths growing up with a low centre of gravity, let's see if I still have it today where we look at some change of direction and anaerobic tests.

RESULTS

Agility t-test: 12 secs

RAST: max power 184 watts, average power 176 watts

Continue Reading...

Day 13 - Pushing to the max

Uncategorized Jan 23, 2019
 

Ok, the rest of the results haven't been earth-shattering.......and I hate to disappoint you but today I'm a long way from my PB's on some heavy strength testing.

RESULTS

Trap bar deadlift 120kg: 1 rep max

Squat 80kg: 2 rep max

Bench Press 80kg: 4 rep max

Continue Reading...

Day 12 - Isolated at the top

Uncategorized Jan 22, 2019
 

Today we move our strength testing to the upper quarter of the body and look at the strength of the muscles around the shoulder.

RESULTS

Lateral raise test L 8 R 6 

External rotation test L 7 R 5

Continue Reading...

Episode 015 - Ryan Ebert Brings You Into The 21st Century

Uncategorized Jan 21, 2019
 
In Episode 15 of the 21st Century Physio Podcast, Ryan Ebert Brings You Into The 21st Century.
 
In this episode, we discuss:
- An extraordinary amount of accomplishments achieved by one Physiotherapist in six years from graduating
- The future of Physiotherapy courses at University level and how they will better prepare new graduates for private practice
- What skills Physiotherapists will need in the future to run successful businesses
- What do we have to fear from big insurance companies entering the Physiotherapy market in 2019 and beyond
 
To find out more about Ryan, head to
 
Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes now at bit.ly/21stcenturyphysio
Continue Reading...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Close

Get your FREE MAT ONLINE COURSE + MAT 'SCREENING' GUIDE and the latest movement research and podcasts NOW!

50% Complete