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March 2013

FREE ACE WEBINAR ON MYOFASCIAL ANATOMY

 

In January, ACE took our spirit of giving out free information to a whole new level. Fitness professionals like you can now view our live webinars for free, and learn from our ACE experts about a wide variety of topics each month. If the topic interests you, purchase the continuing education quiz later to earn 0.1 CECs.

The next free webinar in our series, Understanding Myofascial Anatomy, will be led by ACE Exercise Physiologist Pete McCall on March 20 from 11 a.m.–12 p.m. (PT).

Traditional anatomy classes have taught us that muscles function as a series of individual, isolated components, with each one having a specific purpose. Consequently, many exercises are designed to work only one muscle group or body part at a time. As research about the muscular system has progressed, we’ve learned that all muscles are connected via fascia and connective tissues that work synergistically to control movement. 

Join McCall as he explores the latest findings about the myofascial system, and how it works to produce and control forces in the body. You’ll learn the physiology of specific muscular subsystems and myofascial lines, and methods of organizing exercises that are tailored to the way your clients move.

Our free webinars are limited to the first 500 participants. Although attendees can view the presentation for free, to earn 0.1 continuing education credits they’ll need to purchase the quiz separately.

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