Restore Dynamic Stability: Reactive Neuromuscular Training
Most people have very little awareness of where their body is in space and how it is moving.
You verbally cue while demonstrating an exercise yourself. When they attempt to replicate the movement, you often find that there is significant room for improvement. Though they are actively trying to do the exercise correctly, your verbal cues and demonstrations just aren’t enough.
Most people have a software problem (motor control), not a hardware issue (structure). The key to improving movement quality is feeding the brain and nervous system the right stimulus at the right time. You need to train the brain…and do it often. You need reactive neuromuscular training (RNT).
RNT facilitates the nervous system to first prime and then create quality patterns to make long lasting, permanent changes in our function. This is a great tool for anyone who works with the human body. Training the brain is the most important thing we can do to improve our movement efficiency.
Discover step-by-step how to improve movement quality in a simple way - by stimulating the brain with targeted interventions that are highly effective. Long gone are the days of standing over someone and constantly verbally cueing, trying to get them to squat or lunge more efficiently. RNT will rewire the brain and accelerate motor learning.
Mitch Hauschildt serves as the prevention, rehab, and physical performance coordinator at Missouri State University, making him the leading expert on staff in the areas of injury prevention and rehabilitation. At MSU, he utilizes his knowledge of performance enhancement and sports medicine to coordinate the rehab and injury prevention programs for all 17 varsity sports. In his 16th year at MSU, he has also served as the athletic trainer for baseball, track and cross country, as well as strength and conditioning coach for men’s basketball and volleyball.
Mitch is the founder and president of Maximum Training Solutions, LLC, a full-service sports medicine consultancy that he created to help coaches, trainers, therapists, and other health professionals and athletes to reach their full potential in their athletic-related endeavors.
Over the years, Mitch has consulted with a variety of clients including 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 have won world series rings, played in the NFL, NBA and MLS, and competed in the Olympics, but most importantly, they have achieved great personal success in local competitive events and leagues. Mitch is a noted speaker on both a regional and national level and has been published multiple times in professional journals and coaching websites.