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Ballistic Advanced Training Institute (B.A.T.I.)
The Ballistic Advanced Training Institute is a continuing education provider whose mission is to enable the development and competence of strength and conditioning professionals. B.A.T.I. is committed to setting high standards of excellence where educational quality and usability is concerned.
Developped by Christian Thibaudeau – Ballistic Management, B.A.T.I. values the design, development and administration of the highest quality continuing education program. Our courses have been developed by experts in the industry, who provide knowledge and capability to help strength and conditioning professionals reach their full potential.
B.A.T.I. offers comprehensive certifications and continuing education courses covering a wide variety of topics including functional assessment, functional training, corrective training tools, rehabilitation concepts, advanced training principles and techniques, program design, and more…
This is the first course of 3, on the OCTS. This course will be focusing on the 10 principles behind the training system that Christian have been using with his athletes for the past 20 years. You may think that you know how Chris work, but you probably don’t, because this is completely different than his online material, which is more geared toward body composition and muscle growth.
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This is the second course of the OCTS course. In this one, you will learn the many training methods that Christian use in with his athletes. Eccentric, concentric, and isometric loading scheme and methods will be covered.
He will give you the precise parameters that he uses as well as when each method is used and with whom.
Even if you don’t want to apply his whole system, learning these methods will make your own training approach more effective.
This is the third course of the OCTS. In this course we will explains how to breakdown the training phases and builds training cycles. We cover how to divide the year into macrocycles. On to divide these macrocycles in mesocycles based on the needs of the athlete.
We also cover the most important unit when it comes to programing: the training block. We will cover the various types of blocks, their objectives, and the way they are built.
And finally, you will learn how to build training weeks and training sessions to optimize performance.
The HYPERTROPHY CORNERSTONE COURSE will explain the various ways to make a muscle grow and how to design training sessions that will lead to optimal gains in muscle size. It will show you which approach will work best for what individuals and why some people do not respond well to some approaches that are effective for other people. Armed with this knowledge you will be able to design training programs that are sure to deliver growth to any client.
This is the first course of 3, on the Neurotyping system. In this one, you’ll learn the science and founding principles behind the Neurotyping system and it will give you solid guidelines to start designing a program for each type of personality.
This is the second course of the Neurotyping system. This course provides you with effective means, methods, and strategies on how to assess a client’s neurological profile. You’ll be able to design optimal programs based on both his neurotype and goal(s).
This is the third course of the Neurotyping system. This course will be focusing on nutrition and supplementation. If training should be influenced by your neurological profile, nutrition and supplementation themselves can directly influence that profile. It will teach you the proper way how to eat to maximize performance.
The MOVEMENT OPTIMIZATION SPECIALIST COURSE provides you with an analytical, problem-solving approach geared towards efficient and effective programming for optimal and functional movement. You will be introduced to T.O.S.S. (Training Optimization Support Strategy), a comprehensive strategy that directs various assessment and corrective tools towards an intervention for movement optimization.