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Movement and Pilates professionals have the opportunity to join allied health professionals in addressing cognitive decline and neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. This session will review the research on how certain exercise modalities can deferentially affect the brain and provide an initial framework for the assessment and programming of cognitive health within exercise programs and moving environments. In this 90-minute Classtermind we will:

đź’ˇDescribe how cardiovascular, resistance, motor, multicomponent and dual-task exercise training can benefit the brain.

đź’ˇApply exercise programming strategies for both specific and general brain-health outcomes.

đź’ˇIdentify the neurobiological mechanisms through which the brain benefits from exercise.

đź’ˇDefine dual tasking and how it can improve both functional and cognitive outcomes in the brain.

đź’ˇIdentify the neurobiological mechanisms involved in dual-task exercise.

What You Get:

  • Supplementary materials and session handout for tracking along with video.
  • Full recording to the LIVE session (once complete) and 90 minutes of content with Ryan.
  • This live session comes with 1.5 NPCP CECs
  • Indefinite access inside this course ticket! Come back anytime to review.

Dual-Task Exercise


Positive Brain Health


Neurological Mechanism Benefits

This session ALSO comes with 1.5 NPCP CECs, so don’t miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to train with an expert on this topic.

This Is Your Brain On Exercise! Curriculum

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Ryan Glatt

M.S. Applied Neuroscience, Ph.D. (c) Director, FitBrain Program Pacific Neuroscience Institute

Ryan Glatt is a Certified Personal Trainer and a National Board-Certified Health & Wellness Coach with over a decade of experience. He focuses his exercise and health coaching strategies on brain health, personalizing lifestyle interventions for individuals with brain and cognitive health goals. Ryan is a Brain Health Coach and the Director of the FitBrainSM Program at Pacific Neuroscience Institute.
Ryan is a voracious learner of health neuroscience and enjoys employing practical strategies in both health coaching and personal training contexts. He has pursued education from the Amen Clinics, The BrainFirst Training Institute, the Neuroscience Academy, and the Academy for Brain Health & Performance. After receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science for California Lutheran University, he received a Masters in Applied Neuroscience from King’s College of London, and is currently enrolled in a PhD program in Leadership: Health & Human Performance, with a minor in Gerontology, through Concordia University of Chicago. 
Ryan has experience working with a wide variety of populations and currently focuses on individuals with cognitive concerns and neurological conditions, with an emphasis on preventing and slowing cognitive decline. He enjoys working in multidisciplinary teams and helping individuals to build their own team of allied health and medical professionals on their brain health journeys. Ryan specializes in constructing “brain healthy exercise programs” based on the most recent scientific literature while helping to address other important aspects of a brain healthy lifestyle, such as sleep and cognitive stimulation.
Ryan developed and currently directs the FitBrainSM program with an expertise in combining brain and body training (also called dual-tasking) through “serious exergaming” (purposeful, goal-oriented games that involve physical movement), which utilizes innovative technologies to train cognitive and physical skills simultaneously.