Exercise Solutions for Chronic Pain

CES of the Year Award

The BioMechanics Method Corrective Exercise Specialist of the Year

The Corrective Exercise Specialist of the Year is an award competition designed to recognize an individual who is a certified in The BioMechanics Method, currently providing corrective exercise services to clients/patients and has demonstrated exceptional application of their corrective exercise skills in a personal, business, and/or leadership capacity.

Competition Eligibility Requirements

Applicants for the Corrective Exercise Specialist of the Year® competition must:

  • Have received their TBMM-CES certificate
  • Be currently utilizing their corrective exercise skills with clients/patients
  • Be able to submit testimonials from clients, peers, or colleagues that attest to their success or accomplishments related to the field of corrective exercise.

Benefits to Award Recipients

  • An equipment and education package valued at $1,000
  • Recognition from the industry’s leading corrective exercise education provider
  • An award trophy
  • Press releases highlighting award recipient sent to major media outlets
  • A position as media spokesperson for The BioMechanics Method

Competition Requirements

In order to be eligible for the competition, entrants must submit an application packet that consists of the following items between November 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019. Contest applications may be submitted by email or standard mail.

Curriculum Vitae (CV)
A copy of your CV or résumé, not to exceed three (3) pages. Please highlight the number of years you have been in your occupational industry, your current role or job title, your major accomplishments and educational background, and any certification(s) you hold in addition to The BioMechanics Method CES certification.

Headshot photo
Provide one digital photograph of yourself that may be used for print and online publicity purposes. Photograph should be at least 300dpi and in .jpg file format.

A Personal Essay
Write a three (3) paragraph essay of no more than 500 words describing your interest in, experience, and success with corrective exercise. The first paragraph should cover why you got started in corrective exercise and why you continue to pursue it. The second paragraph should discuss your corrective exercise experience and qualifications. The final paragraph should highlight your effectiveness in applying your corrective exercise skills successfully with clients and/or teaching others through community programs, writing and/or presenting on the topic of corrective exercise.

Testimonials
Supply two (2) testimonials from clients you have successfully helped through the application of your corrective exercise skills. The testimonials may be submitted in written or video format. Written testimonials should be accompanied by at least one photograph of you working with the client or the client engaging in an activity described in the testimonial. Video testimonials should be submitted in MP4 format and no longer than three (3) minutes.

Supporting Materials (Optional)
If you wish, you may include up to three (3) newspaper, magazine, or online stories about you and/or your corrective exercise program(s)/facility. Such submissions are not a compulsory part of the competition. However, if you choose to submit supporting materials you agree they may be used as part of any promotional efforts should you be selected as the award winner.

Important Notes

The competition winner will be chosen solely on the materials submitted, so please include any pertinent information you want the selection committee to know.
The competition period runs from November 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019. Any entries postmarked or received after 3/31/19 will not be reviewed or considered.
The selection committee will choose three (3) finalists for the award at the end of the competition entry period. The winner will be named and notified on or after May 15, 2019.

How to Submit Your Application

If by email: Send all application materials as attachments to awards@thebiomechanicsmethod.com.

If by regular mail: Send application packets to The BioMechanics Method, ATTN: CESOTY Competition, 3911 Cleveland Ave, #33895, San Diego, CA 92163.