Dean Somerset

Dean Somerset

Kinesiologist, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist,      Certified Exercise Physiologist, Post-Rehabilitation Specialist, canfitpro PRO Trainer

 

Dean is a personal trainer, author, and international public speaker whose main area of expertise is injury and medical dysfunction management through optimally designed exercise programs. His reputation as one of the leading authorities on strength training and injuries in Post-Rehabilitation makes him a highly valued and respected trainer across North America.

His clientele has included clients with post-surgical joint replacement rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation & wellness, sports injury post-rehabilitation, neural impairments and spinal cord injuries, cancer patients and even elite runners and fire fighters. His ability to assess a clients capabilities and design a program that will get them from wherever they are to wherever they want to be has set him apart from other trainers, and his attention to detail means you’re getting the absolute best training possible.

He has delivered seminars across North America on a wide range of topics. His sessions typically involve a combination of humor, research, practical experience and delivery in an easy-to-understand format, regardless of whether you have a master’s degree or have just started exercising. His ability to break down highly complex physiological adaptations and make them easily relatable has made him a highly sought-after presenter.

5 Responses to Dean Somerset

  1. Tristan Sharp says:

    Dean,

    I have been following your blog for some time now and I really learn allot from it. I know that you herniated three discs but by the looks of thing have managed to recover or manage them quite well. I herniated my l5 last year and am having a flare up right now after six months of smooth going. I am working with a PT I trust and have things moving in the right direction. But I was wondering what your journey was like rehabilitating and dealing with lower back pain.

    Sincerely,

    Tristan Sharp

  2. Tristan says:

    In your post about your injury you stated that you are always in a degree of pain. I am now coming to realize that I will also have to deal with a level of discomfort. I was wondering how you manage your pain and not let it manage you

    • deansomerset says:

      Hey Tristan. It’s a mental battle, but the level of discomfort is typically pretty low unless I do something stupid. By working on mobility and specific strength exercises that work for me it seems to keep things together.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s