Movement Efficiency Training (M.E.T) teaches the body how to move efficiently and effectively using a cutting edge, neuroscience inspired system, of systematically layering movement patterns to optimally engage the brain and body.
Developing effective movement pattern progressions and regressions depends greatly on the readiness of the nervous system. This One-Day Course will teach you how to effectively and systematically layer movement progressions to stimulate movement ability in your clients, so they can learn to move more efficiently, thus gain more confidence to move.
This system can be applied with any type of movement-based equipment such as dumbbells, barbells, kettlebells, weight plates, and medicine balls, just to name a few.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Have a basic understanding of the relationship between the brain and body with regards to movement
- Understand how to engage the brain using The Fundamental Movement Patterns
- Understand how to Layer Movement Pattern Progressions to optimally stimulate the Brain and Body
- Understand how to modify Movement Patterns for various types of clients and training goals
Marcel Daane’s passion lies in the realm of maximizing cognitive and physical performance by using an integrated combination of Neuroscience, Exercise Physiology and Nutrition. His Post Graduate work in Neuroscience coupled with undergraduate degrees in Complementary Medicine and Applied Nutrition and professional qualifications as an ACE "Gold Standard" Advanced Fitness Specialist and NSCA Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist, in combination with over 15 years experience in cognitive performance coaching, rehabilitation, and strength conditioning, have enabled Marcel to developed a unique, integrated model, of coaching that is highly sought after in the sports, fitness and corporate arenas.
Marcel is the Managing Director of The Body Brain Performance Institute (Singapore), which specializes in Executive Performance Coaching for organizations such as SAP-Asia Pacific, Accenture, Google, and HERMES. In addition to this, he also director of Singapore’s largest sports performance centre, SPEED Institute as well as Marcel-Fit Education and Training through which he authors and runs body-brain, movement based, fitness education courses for fitness professionals.