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MUSCLE ACTIVATION

 

Andrew O’Neil     

“Proper exercise requires stability and control. Just because an exercise can be done, doesn’t mean it should be done.” 

-Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science;

-Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology (M.Ed.);

-Certified in Muscle Activation Techniques (M.A.T.);

-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS

Andrew started his career in fitness in 1998, and has experience in general fitness training, sport-specific training, late stage rehabilitation and cardiac rehab.  He has been a MAT Certified Specialist since 2007.  He specializes in restoring clients’ range of motion while reducing or eliminating joint pain.  MAT seeks to identify and eliminate muscle compensation by re-establishing optimal nerve response to muscles.  This allows clients to experience a return to activities that are important to them with more motion and less pain.  Andrew uses MAT principles when training his clients which “bridges the gap” between rehab and exercise.

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Jodi
    Feb 22 2016

    Andrew,My father needs to see you! At Which location do we schedule?

    Reply
    • jessaugur
      Feb 26 2016

      Hi Jodi,
      This is Jess, the office administrator. You can schedule at our Worthington location. Our office number is 614-841-3900.
      Hope this helps!🙂

      Reply

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