MAT For Exercise Professionals

MAT Allows Exercise Professionals To Cater To Their Clients Needs Prior Or Post Training Session

Imagine being able to know exactly how a client’s system will be affected by a force (weight training, sprints, repetitive motions, jumping, etc) moving through their passive structures such as joints, ligaments, bones, and tissue. Depending on each clients unqiue physical history could dictate how they handle such forces. 

MAT helps exercise professionals maintain an understanding of an individual client’s unique neuromuscular system. This in turn gives trainers the tool to assess and address any issues that the client is experiencing.

MAT Practitioners are able to help prepare, prevent, and preserve a client’s muscular system to stay happy and healthy – all the while keep coming back for more training.

Learn how we help Exercise Professionals know exactly how a client’s system will be affected by a force.
MAT: A Tool For Exercise Professionals

Preventing Loss Of Clients

When a client has muscles that have been weakened due to stress, trauma, or overuse, the resultant inflammation alters the communication between the nervous system and the muscular system. This results in a neurological weakness that cannot be corrected by conventional exercise or further training. When their is altered communication between the two systems, exercise alone will not strengthen the communication pathways.
Excercise professionals complain of losing clients due to chronic pain or injury. In order to help relieve the pain and reduce inflammation to allow the body to heal, one must first activate the muscles to improve this needed communication.

MAT Has An Unique Perspective On Muscle Tightness Which Gives Exercise Professionals With A MAT Certification The Advantage

MAT looks at muscle tightness as being a symptom that relates to underlying weaknesses. Whenever you have stress, trauma, or overuse to the body, the resultant inflammation alters the communication between the nervous system and the muscular system so that the muscles cannot contract efficiently. When muscles can’t contact efficiently, they cannot shorten effectively and are weakend due to lack of neurological input.

With MAT, we focus on the muscle weakness aspect of the muscle dysfunction. Through specific activation techniques that improve the communication between the nervous system and the muscular system, not only do the associated muscles get stronger, but the protective tightening of the opposing muscles resolves. MAT gives exercise professionals a clear insight into the needs of each individual client to ensure they are ready for the days challenges and their training session.

Unique Skillset 

100% of our practitioners say that MAT gives them a unique skillset in their individual market based on a 2021 survey measuring the success of our practitioners.

Improved Client Outcomes

90% of our practitioners say that their client’s initial complaints or muscular dysfunctions are completely resolved in 1 of 10 MAT sessions.

Higher Earning Potential

Given their consistent and positive results, our practitioners report that their ability to earn more for their unique skillset is pronounced.
Increased Referrals

86% of MAT Practitioners get their new MAT clients from their existing MAT clients and 95% say MAT gives them a satisfying career.

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Community

Our practitioners come found all over the world to learn this valuable skillset. We are proud of our community of driven like minded individuals making a difference every day!

*The above percentages are based on 2019, 2020, and 2021 surveys measuring the success of our practitioners.

Testimonials

Dave Reed

“Managing a fitness facility, training trainers, and working with clients. I myself was so broken down I had to quit working out. I had tried everything to get my body on track, but couldn’t get over chronic pain at 26 years old. In my search I stumbled upon MAT, and thought MAT made more sense than anything I encountered. It is by far the most rewarding and challenging thing I’ve ever done.”

- MATRX Practitioner and Exercise Professional

Glenn Haugk

“My first exposure to MAT was as a client. I had multiple failed experiences with physical therapy – they could get me out of pain, but I couldn’t return to any type of physical lifestyle, and I was only 20 years old. I found people that did MAT, who prescribed appropriate exercises, and it escalated to where I am today. As I started going down the personal training route I didn’t know if I was going to stay in that field, and when I learned MAT, it catapulted what I could do and how I could help people.”

- MATRX Practitioner and Personal Trainer