1.2 ACE CECs
- Continuing Education
Foundations for Function: Movement by Design
|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 1.2 CECs , ACSM 12.0 CECs, NBHWC 25.0 Contact Hours, NBHWC 12.0 Contact Hours|
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
This was a lot of information for a Group Fitness professional. I can see it being more relevant for a personal trainer.
Loved it! Very clear and easy to understand.
Outstanding content! Information was conveyed with scientific language and explained thoroughly, which helped with learning and understanding. Very professional and knowledgeable instructor. Thank you for making the course available on-line! DVDs were unreliable
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