I provide Movement Training and Strength Conditioning services tailored to each individual’s unique needs, goals, and learning style.
I apply sciences of biomechanics, pain, and motor learning to design a modulated system that helps you Restore Movement Efficiency and Develop a Resilient Foundation that is Transferable to your daily, occupational, recreational, and sports specific environment.
CREDENTIALS & QUALIFICATIONS
M.Sc. and B.Sc. (Hon) Kinesiology
Credentials and Certifications:
Movement Assessment and Corrective Training Specialist (MACT) – Essential Kinetics
Foundations of Heart Rate Variability – Elite Heart Rate Variability
Functional Movement Screening Specialist – Function Movement Systems
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) – National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
Kettle Bell Training Instructor – Strength Matters
Kinetic Integrations Exercise Practitioner (KIEP) – Kinetic Integrations (Oregon State University)
Kim, D., Unger, J., Lanovaz, J. L., & Oates, A. R. (2016). The Relationship of anticipatory gluteus medius activity to pelvic and knee stability in the transition to single-leg stance. PM&R, 8(2), 138-144.
Kim, D., Van Ryssegem, G., & Hong, J. (2011). Overcoming the myth of proprioceptive training. Clinical Kinesiology: Journal of the American Kinesiotherapy Association, 65(1), 18-29.
Kim, D., & Hong, J. (2011). Hamstring to quadriceps strength ratio and noncontact leg injuries: A prospective study during one season. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 19(1), 1-6.
Completed Foundations of Heart Rate Variability course
Joint and Muscle Pain
OTHER METRICS USED IN PRACTICE
Burnaby, BC, Canada