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DNS Strength Training 1 is a course designed for clinicians and fitness professionals who consistently utilize weight training with their clients, athletes, and with themselves.

This is the first of thee courses in the DNS Strength Training track. Typically, there is one DNS Strength Training 2 and one DNS Strength Training 3 offered per year. DNS ST3 will premier in 2024. 
The purpose of this course is to help attendees apply the powerful principles of DNS to sports performance through strength training. In this course, we will cover basic DNS concepts such as developmental kinesiology (the foundation of DNS), Functional Joint Centration, trunk stability (IAP). We will We will also cover most of the "big" lifts in strength training - hinging (deadlifts to the kettlebell swing), pressing, pulling, and squatting. 

Attendees of this course will have a sound understanding of the basic DNS concepts, be able to utilize multiple DNS competent in multiple DNS test as well as exercises based in developmental kinesiology. In addition, attendees will be able to apply the powerful DNS concepts to common strength training movements such as the deadlift, bench press, and squat.

Dr. Richard Ulm will be leading the course and Jakub Novak, PT, PhD will be assisting. 


All are welcome: clinicians, strength coaches, passionate athletes who want to get better. 


All atteendees must pay the €80 Prague School fee.


Course Location:

Los Angeles City College

855 N. Vermont Avenue

Los Angeles CA, 90029


Course Schedule:
Friday, June 21st
7:30 - 8:00a Registration
8:00a - 5:00p Lecture & Workshop

Saturday, June 22nd
8:00a - 5:00p Lecture & Workshop

Sunday, June 23rd
8:00a 2:00p Lecture and Workshop
2:00p End of Course



DNS Strength Training 1 (Los Angeles)

  • Cancellations more than 30 days from the course will be charged a $75 cancellation fee. Cancellations within 30 days of the course will be charged a $200 cancellation fee. 

  • Every attendee must pay the Prague School Fee. To pay this fee, visit the link below.

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