The Flexibile Periodization Method Program Design Specialist - Movement

Faster Results Through Holistic, Individualized and Periodized Training Programs

Karsten's physiological and anatomical knowledge is fantastic. We should all (as fitness professionals) strive to add this kind of scientific background to even our most "basic" of clients.
Jon Gardhouse, CPTN-CPT
Woodbridge, ON

Do you work with fitness clients who want to increase muscle and/or lose fat, but who also enjoy recreational sports?

Traditional systems of Periodization have been critizied for being too rigid. In contrast, The Flexible Periodization Method (FPM) is the first system of periodization that is dedicated to highly individualized programs

With The FPM Program Design Specialist - Move Better distinction you will help your fitness clients achieve faster body composition and move better by: 

  • Motivating them to stick with the training program by offering programs that are a unique fit to their training background, physical status, and available time to train.

  • Preventing overuse injuries and maximize their ability to move in their chosen environment through optimal exercise selection and variation.

  • Moving quickly through plateaus via a systematic variation and progression of exercises, volume, intensity and training methods.

How to Become an
FPM Program Design Specialist - Movement 

  • Complete the individual workshops and modules below in your preferred order (live or online).

  • Achieve the distinction of FPM-PDS (Movement) by passing the associated multiple choice exam - There are no ongoing CEC/CEU requirements to maintain the chosen distinction.

  • All workshops are incredibly interactive: We work with the material through examples that are chosen by you. You basically get to prepare your next program. (Sweet!) 

The Principles, strategies and tactics of The Flexible Periodization Method can be easily integrated regardless of your current way of working.

From Principles to Practice

Become more confident in your program design (even without written training programs)
by experiencing Periodization Principles through Practical examples.



Preparing to Move

Help your clients prepare to move better in their chosen environment through highly individualized
warm up and flexibility training programs that are a unique fit to their needs.


The first, only and most hands-on workshop that
teaches you periodization of the warm-up training. 


The first, only and most hands-on workshop that
teaches you 
periodization of flexibility training.

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Move Better

Ensure that what you do with your client INside the gym 
increases their ability to move OUTside the gym.

nacov2sm.jpgBecome as accurate with your exercise 
prescription as a surgeon with a scalpel.

bftcovsm.jpgLearn the #1 rule of exercises selection
for any athlete or fitness client.


Body Composition

Combine the most powerful form of strength training with the
most powerful form of cardiorespiratory training.

The only workshop where you can learn, not only combination exercises 
but also the principles for creating them yourself.

The first and only workshop that we know of, which addresses periodization
of HIIT to prepare the athlete-client safely for this potent tool. 

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Improvement in maximal strength (in the right exercises) + Practice sport/activity
= increase in power, speed and endurance in sport/activity.


The only workshop, we are aware of, that addresses
periodization of repetition tempo.


One of the coolest elements of this workshop is the unique way the
FPM determines the number of repetitions per set.


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All information contained on is intended for use by individuals who are healthy, injury-free adults aged 18 years and older who possess sound knowledge and skill execution of strength training exercises and their application and a thorough understanding of proper exercise technique and their application. We urge you to exercise care and caution when attempting any of the exercises, combinations, tips and strategies mentioned and to seek competent help and counsel from trained medical or fitness experts before beginning any new exercise program, or if you have any questions about your health. and Karsten Jensen are neither responsible nor liable for any harm or injury resulting from use of the information described herein.

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