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The MOVEMENT CODE certification

Dr. Kenneth Jay

Friday, May 29, 2015 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 6:00 PM (PDT)

The MOVEMENT CODE certification

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SuperHero looks and Power to match? - CHECK!
Effortless painfree movement? - CHECK!
REAL applicable science? - CHECK!
Debugging fitness fallacies and myths? - CHECK! 
Have you ever noticed how most powerlifters and people dedicated to heavy slow grinding strength training walks and moves? If you are like me you have and hopefully decided that is NOT going to be you. 

There is an abundance of scientifically wrong information circulating in the fitness industry. Not only are these fallacies keeping you from reaching your full potential but they may also be inflicting harm on your body.

At the MCSS certification we debug all those pitfalls of exercise and strength development and discuss the most scientifically sound appraoch to success in the gym based on applicable physics, anatomy, physiology and neuroscience.

The name of the game is TRUE effective effortless power development and the key is understading the science of movement kinematics and how to apply it!

If you are wondering what other people think about the MCSS here is a testimonial (one of many) from a personal trainer in LA, California working with high end clients:

"In today's fitness world there is an over abundance of information.  The majority of which seem to be rehashing of a few schools of thought. While this is fine, they all seem to stand on certain pillars regarded as the dogmatic "truth".  The problem arises when these truths cannot be verified in anyway scientifically or even worse act contrary to fundamental laws in science.  Furthermore, the majority of systems do not ever update or integrate any current research leaving them more susceptible to the aforementioned problem.  Rarely is there something truly new or innovative in fitness.  Even more scarce is something so novel yet based in such basic principles of physics and sports science.  The MCSS is that rare system.  Whether you have been studying physical training for decades or weeks you will find a literal gold mine of information that will affect your perspective of the human organism far beyond the scope of the course or system.  While attending the MCSS in LA this year, I felt like I had downloaded a la "the matrix" an updated program of how to integrate a lot of emerging ideas into a brilliantly simple yet sophisticated program.  Here in lies the beauty of Kenneth Jay and the MCSS, taking fundamental physics and sports science, integrating and bolstering it with current research and then packaging it in its simplest form without being oversimplified.  I highly recommend the MCSS I have not had such an experience since studying exercise physiology in college.  It is a priceless tool in your training toolbox and will greatly enhance the rest of your tools as well.  Kenneth Jay is a man of science and you can trust that his work will be ever evolving as new information emerges.  You will always get cutting edge, yet practical information and I will surely be re-attending he MCSS in the future!  Thank you Kenneth Jay for a game changing weekend!" - Matt Seki, Personal trainer, sports masseur, LA, CA 

MCSS stands for MovementCODE Sports Science fitness education and is designed as an educational service to fitness professionals, athletes and sports enthusiasts with the main goal of raising the bar for quality of trainers, coaches and performance practitioners around the world!  

The goal is simple and clear: We want to develop maximal repeated effective power! Power does not mean anything if it is not applied towards something. Only the applied power matters and having the ability to consistently and repeatedly apply high power to your surroundings with very little energy waste is the key to an out-of-this-world performance capacity. What does it matter if you generate internal forces equivalent of 600lbs but you loose 50% of that in your external application? It means that you are wasting energy and and training yourself to become inefficient. That is like a car engine than generates 600hp but only delivers 300hp at the wheels and it is the hp at the wheels thats going to win the race! So here is a tip: Stop tensing everything in your body when you lift weights- stop squeezing and cramping your glutes when you deadlift because that is purely a waste of energy that does NOT translate into anything. The goal should alway be EFFORTLESS POWER - NOT POWERFUL EFFORT!

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Have questions about The MOVEMENT CODE certification? Contact Dr. Kenneth Jay

When & Where

Live Fit
2042 E Copper Ave Suites 7 & 8
Fresno, CA 93730

Friday, May 29, 2015 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 6:00 PM (PDT)

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Dr. Kenneth Jay

With a Masters degree in exercise physiology majoring in cardiovascular physiology and a PhD in Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics Kenneth Jay has spent a major part of his life studying and researching the human body. In 2001 he started working with the Danish National swimming team as a strength & conditioning coach and soon there after the Danish National Wrestling team and several of the best table tennis and badminton athletes also joined the tutelage of Kenneth Jay.

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