0.1 ACE CECs
- Continuing Education
REBOOT - Resistance Training for the Hip Complex
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.1 CECs|
Increase Strength and Prevent Injury with Loop Resistance Bands
Get your clients and class participants moving and help them develop a stronger hip complex to reduce injury risks in the knees and back. This practical course focuses on core strengthening through loop resistance bands, which can be incorporated into one on one training, small group training or large group exercise class settings.
You’ll see demonstrations of different exercises with multiple progressions that cater to a diverse demographic of participants. You’ll also enhance your overall understanding of biomechanics and learn the physiological benefits of resistance training for the hip complex, specifically the abductors.
Led by Shane Barnard, JD, Founder of the Urbankick® Instructor Certification Program and Creator of UBOX and REBOOT educational courses, and Miwa Natsuki, MA, Certified Personal Trainer, Group Exercise Instructor, Health Coach and Co-Founder of Urbankick®, you’ll walk away with a library of exercises you can add to your toolbox that can help decrease the risk of injury and transform the lives of your clients and class participants.
Upon completion, you will be able to:
- Understand biomechanics and the physiological benefits of including resistance training into programs and classes
- Use loop resistance bands to strengthen the hip complex and help prevent common injuries, such as back, knee and postural issues
- Apply resistance training exercises in multiple settings with a diverse population
Not what I was expecting for a hip complex training routine.
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