This course was eye opening for the methods needed to limit pain and sequence work-outs to be more efficient. It was very informative. I look forward to using the techniques for myself and my clients.
- Continuing Education
Foundations for Function: Movement by Design
|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 1.2 CECs , ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine 12.0 CECs|
Intended for experienced health and fitness professionals, this three-part course covers the fundamentals of functional training and how to use functional anatomy, assessments, and motor learning principles to develop comprehensive workout programs. Based on The Pain-Free Program: A Proven Method to Relieve Back, Neck, Shoulder and Joint Pain by ACE Certified Professional Anthony B. Carey, the course will help you develop efficient musculoskeletal systems in clients by focusing on structural strength and postural balance.
You will learn:
Muscular causes to structural imbalances and movement impairments
Functional anatomy and integration of major myofascial slings and systems
Assessments using static postural, single-leg stance and overhead squats
Application of motor learning principles for corrective functional exercise
Logical progressions of corrective functional exercises
Very detailed and excellent instruction (trainer is very knowledgeable and clear in communication). Course content was a higher level than expected. The case studies combined with the book helped to further grasp the material.
Specific for information I would need but not necessarily something that everyone will be interested in advancing their knowledge in. Delves into more of physiotherapy and rehab in some ways.
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