Provider: ACE - American Council On Exercise
Type: Online Course
CEC Credits: ACE 0.6 CECs

Enhance Your Clients’ Quality of Life with Corrective Exercise Strategies

While some clients have aesthetic and performance goals, many may want help alleviating aches and pains so they can feel empowered in other areas of their lives. Whether it’s joint pain, chronic pain or injury, the Corrective Exercise Training Essentials – Course Bundle will give you the strategies you need to help clients safely and effectively move and feel better with corrective exercise.

Courses include:

Hip Stabilization for Pain-Free Movement (0.2 CECs)
Learn how misalignment of the hips can impact the surrounding joints and tissues, as well as performance of the ankle, knee, and spinal column. You’ll also be guided through a 5-phase workout program designed to relieve pain and poor alignment throughout the hip complex. From active agers to athletes, this course will prepare you to help restore movement and balance into the lives of clients through hip health.

Training Fascia: Applications in Program Design (0.1 CECs)
Discover the latest research findings of fascia and how they are utilized in an application-based setting. Learn how to apply exercises and stretches that encourage better mobility, stability and elasticity. By understanding how to train fascia effectively, you will be able to help clients of any background, whether they are looking to improve their general fitness or seeking to make performance gains.

Corrective Exercise Programming for Chronic Pain (0.2 CECs)
Help clients through their bio-psycho-social relationships to chronic pain. Chronic pain can create a negative cascade of consequences that impact a client’s quality of life and overall health status. Learn how to properly interrupt or even reverse this negative cascade by strategically introducing safe, corrective exercises as well as educating clients on pain science.

Reintroducing Exercise to Post-Rehabilitations Clients (0.1 CECs)
Get an introduction to exercise progressions and specific techniques to help clients recover from common injuries, including sprains and fractures. For exercise professionals, it is important to understand how to safely return injured clients back to exercise without exacerbating the issue. Learn how to safely transition clients back to a total body program and uncover how to avoid further injury during phases of tissue healing.