Chad Waterbury is a graduate of the nation’s #1 ranked Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program at the University of Southern California (USC). Chad is a physical therapist, neurophysiologist, and author whose unique training methods are used by a wide range of athletes, bodybuilders, figure models, and fitness enthusiasts of all ages and from all walks of life.
Chad has a master’s degree in physiology from the University of Arizona, where his focus on the neurophysiology of human movement and performance led him to make radical changes in the way he trains competitive athletes as well as nonathletic clients. His workouts are now shorter and faster, producing superior results in strength, power, and muscular development, while at the same time inducing less fatigue and allowing for shorter recovery periods between workouts.
Safety / Injuries
Do you know how to cue corrective exercises for your clients? Do you know what it means to cue an exercise? Cueing is all about guiding your client through good form, correcting bad form and correcting movement compensations. There is a right way and, if not a wrong way, at least a less effective way to do it. We’ll walk you through what cueing is and how to do it right to keep your clients pain-free and injury-free.
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