Coming February 3rd, 2020, Greg Roskopf and Professional Golfer Bryson DeChambeau will be interviewed by Chris Como on his show Como Concepts on the Golf Channel! They are discussing how and why Muscle Activation Techniques® is effective for Bryson's golf game and potentially yours, too.
Interested in Muscle Activation Techniques® (MAT®) certification? Part of the job of a MAT® certified professional is educating clients on proper exercise. With winter quickly approaching, the following are some cold weather exercise tips to remember.
Laura, a Physical Therapist, was originally skeptical of the MAT® methodology. After getting worked on by a fellow MAT® practitioner, her mind was changed and she couldn't wait to learn the modality herself. Laura works on a wide range of clientele, listen to the video below to hear about how[...]
Throughout each year we are continuing to evolve our education programs. In partnering with Broadview University, a focus of ours over the last two years has been on creating a more flexible and convenient Specialist Certification options. Through this development and collaboration, we have seen[...]
Published on January 9, 2019 by Krissy Jackson from Broadview University
This week we are featuring an article written in 2016 about the use of Muscle Activation Technique® in the golfing world:
“He focuses on improving the communication pathways to the brain, to the muscles, resulting in greater stability and strength and less pain
and inflammation. “What I do is[...]
This week we are featuring an article written in 2016 about the use of Muscle Activation Technique® on pro-athletes before, during, and after their athletic career:
"Denver-based Specialist Helps Star Athletes Return to the Field and Perform Better
“According to Roskopf, who still serves as a consultant for the Broncos, MAT features a hands-on stimulatory technique to re-establish the communication between the nervous system and the muscle systems. When that communication breaks down, rehabilitation exercises are sometimes ineffective…”