Mar 29, 2017
This week our hosts sit down with Guido Van
Ryssegem. Guido has been in clinical practice for 29
years and has been working in the strength and conditioning arena
for 34 years. He is co-owner and co-founder of Safe Recovery, LLC.
Guido is a practitioner and faculty at Oregon State University, and
has published in the Asian Journal of Martial Arts. Guido is also
invited faculty for the University of Oregon, Western University,
Willamette University, local Community Colleges, and private
schools. He has practiced for the Kansas City Royals, Texas Rangers
and the Baltimore Orioles. His expertise extends to his own Kinetic
Integrations Exercise Specialist Certification. He is a board
certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), Registered Nurse (RN) and
Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS) while also certified by the
National Board of Fitness Examiners (NBFE).
Guido serves as Northwest regional coordinator of the NSCA and is an NATA COR and Occupational Task Force Member. He is on the AQX Sports Incorporated and the Elevation Fitness advisory board. Additionally, he is an Athletes Performance Institute mentorship program presenter.
Guido developed the Kinetic Integrations Exercise certification program that includes a corrective exercise approach to resolve movement dysfunctions after injury, a sedentary lifestyle, repetitive movements and incorrect movement. He presents nationally and internationally on this methodology. Guido has also published in the International Journal Of Sports Rehabilitation.