In Level Two, we further our investigation of integrative physiology and movement biomechanics. Topics include: the myofascial web, osteo vs. arthro kinematics, fascia as a sensory organ, and the musculoskeletal system. Our primary inquiry: How do we structure our programs to reflect proper regression and attention to deficiencies in individuals, knowing that they will have movement differences? Whether your clients are training for sport performance or wellness outcomes, they will require programs that address mobility, movement variability, and performance goals. This takes shape using the IoM Movement Philosophy, a model of training that structures biomechanical and physiological principles into a set of steps and assessments that intersect with and expand upon the practical programming skills learned in Level One.