What is the RTS
The RTS Tutoring Groups is an online workshop designed for exercise professionals that want to develop a deeper understanding of exercise mechanics and the RTS principles.
The RTS Tutoring group
Propel your knowledge beyond expectation through our three-step learning strategy
Challenge yourself to grow in a group of like-minded exercise professionals
Enhance and retain your understanding of exercise mechanics and the RTS principles
Mastery starts here
The RTS Tutoring Groups utilise the fantastic course library at ExerciseProfessional.com. The course library consists of 120 hours (and growing) of educational content created by Tom Purvis, Founder of the Resistance Training Specialist® program.
We have created a three-step series of tutoring groups to ensure continued progression of your skills, knowledge and application of RTS Principles.
The Integra RTS Tutoring Groups are focused on exercise professionals who are looking to build their understanding of exercise mechanics (a division of biomechanics that Tom Purvis pioneered and has continued to evolve over the past 35 years).
RTS - and the online course library - is, quite literally, the home of exercise mechanics
The whole package
With over 120 hours of content in the Course Library, it's difficult to know where to start, how to apply the information, and how to retain.
Each week you will be given the schedule of RTS videos to watch, and once per week we'll come together as a group to discuss, explore and refine our knowledge.
The main features of creating this online community are accountability, support, guidance, and building solid relationships with others in the fitness industry who are also looking to push themselves to be the best they can be, and do the best they can for their clients.
Specific learning strategies, ensure you will retain the knowledge offered in the RTS course library.
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