Great Injury Resource

Posted on by Ben Bruno

If you read my blog regularly then you know that I write a lot about training around injuries and finding ways to ways to make your training easier on the joints.

That’s one of my biggest passions, and something I spend a lot of my time with.

So when Dean Somerset sent me his new Post Rehab Essentials 2.0 product, I was very interested because that’s the stuff I love learning about.

Dean did not disappoint. Post Rehab Essentials 2.0 is very good. Like the title suggests, it covers how to come back from injuries in a way that makes you feel better and gets you back to performing at a high level.

That’s the real selling point in my mind. A lot of rehab programs are honestly pretty wussy. They’re fine for sedentary folks that don’t demand much from their bodies, but for those of us that still want to perform at a high level, they’re sorely (pun intended) lacking. Dean’s rehab protocols are fine for those folks, but they’re also geared towards the athlete and/or exercise enthusiast, which I like.

This is a follow-up to a prior product (hence the 2.0 in the title) and while I liked the first product, I think this one is significantly better, both in terms of the information presented, and the actual video quality (this is HD). It’s very comprehensive and covers all the major injuries you’ll deal with, plus a lot more.

I get sent a lot of programs to review and rarely do because I’m not very easily impressed, but I definitely recommend you check this out. I think it’s best for personal trainers and strength coaches that work with folks that are banged up, or for more advanced exercise enthusiasts looking for ideas as to how to deal with their bumps and bruises. I probably wouldn’t recommend for complete exercise novices.

You can read more about the product HERE and see exactly which topics it covers to see if it’s something you’re interested in. It’s on sale this week for under 100 bucks, so it’s a great time to check it out.

Have a good week. I hope to be back tomorrow or the next day with a new blog post but it’s been crazy busy at the gym so please bear with me!


  • Steve

    Is the program alright for mild osteoarthritis of the knee. Im only 33 and just had the knee scoped to remove irritated plica.(2 months ago)

    • Ben Bruno

      Yes, I think Dean provides some strategies that could help. I’ll shoot him a message though and have him answer you personally.

    • deansomerset

      Hi Steve. The video series talks about what to do and not do with knee issues like yours, as well as coaching cues to the specific movements and what to avoid. I think you would get a lot out of it. If you had any specific questions or issues with any of the movements you could always talk to me and I’d be happy to help you out as much as possible.

  • Frederico Estermann

    Just bought the video series! I started paying more attention to Dean’s work only recently after watching the “Becoming the Expert Seminar”. What I’ve seen so far has impressed me in a great way. Dean is great at public speaking and he delivers his message in a clear and confident way. Trainers and coaches can certainly learn from and look up to Dean. Thanks for sharing this Ben.