0.4 ACE CECs
- Continuing Education
Biomechanics of Assisted Stretching
|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.4 CECs , ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine 4.0 CECs, NBHWC 4.0 CECs|
Flexibility is an important component of a health and fitness program and can aid in muscle recovery and pain management, yet it is often overlooked by clients. In this course, you will learn to facilitate a stretching program for your clients by assisting them properly. Explore the three principles of force application that help you determine where to place your hands, what direction to push, and how much force to use when helping clients stretch. Stretch your clients safely and effectively using techniques for specific areas of the body.
You will learn:
How the law of action-reaction relates to assisted stretching and how to apply it
To identify form errors that occur when principles of force application have been violated
How stretching can help alleviate chronic lower back pain and peripheral neuropathies
Simple and informative, definitely very surface level but good for an overview. There were a few questions specifically regarding the BAS back program on the quiz that were not mentioned in the literature which is frustrating. Would have liked more info in stretch programs for LBP too.
Good program; lots of useful information on assisted stretching. Would have given the course a "5 star" except there were some questions in the quiz on topics not included in the downloads I received, notably the "BAS Backs" program. I had to make a best guess on questions pertaining to BAS Backs and got two wrong (the only two wrong on the quiz).
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