International Institute of Sport & Movement, also known as I2SM (formerly Daman’s Strength Training), is launching a MsE-only class specially designed to focus on the core principles of MsE, or musculosystematic engineering. MsE is an application where you have the ability to recruit as many muscle fibers as possible from a neurological standpoint through self-application. It’s the ability to get the body and mind to move and work together safely and efficiently.

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This class will run 45 minutes in length, for two days a week, over a course of three weeks.

I2SM is one of only a handful (if that) locations in the country that offer this groundbreaking technique to the general public. Now you have the opportunity to sign up, learn more about MsE, and begin moving and feeling better than you ever have before.

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With MsE, every movement performed has a unique and distinct goal. The goal is to learn to control each physical movement mentally. Every muscle movement has a job. When you go through a MsE class, you will be performing concentric, isometric, and eccentric movements. All three of these phases will have an aggressive approach. MsE is never passive in nature, as our goal is to create space within the joint through self-distraction. The primary goal is ideal muscle movement. Both the agonist and antagonist are involved in each slowly controlled movement.

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Aliquippa football, Beaver girls’ soccer, and Lincoln Park boys’ basketball are all being trained using MsE. Three different sports, all which require different movements and skills. Come see what all the hype is about and take part in this revolutionary class!

When: Monday & Wednesday, 6:15 pm-7:00 pm

Availability: 8 total spots

How long: Three week program

Cost: $67 total

Just fill out the form and someone will be in contact with you!

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Are you interested in MsE? Just fill out your contact information and one of the coaches will call you soon!
Marc is a lifelong resident of Beaver County. A 2001 graduate of Center High School and 2005 graduate of Point Park University, Marc is employed by the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School and officiates high school and college football. Follow Marc on Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram @marcgrando