After establishing the theoretical bases, the part of the practical application of the assessments in real cases and how to draw conclusions in the most common pathologies have seemed incredibly intuitive to me.
I have learned to assess quickly but objectively. The concept I had about electromyography has changed and I have realized how much benefit it can get from the feedback with the patient.
Their training is very complete and recommendable. He would repeat it over and over again until he finished understanding everything that was said. In summary I would say that they are very interesting and applicable to the daily work in my training center.
What I liked the most was the number of examples of using the EMG. In my case, as a soccer retrainer, being able to measure muscle activity dynamically is a very valuable tool.