0.4 ACE CECs
- Continuing Education
Fundamentals of Spine, Neck and Hip Health
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.4 CECs|
Develop Programs Promoting Cervical, Pelvic and Spinal Health to Help Relieve Pain
Do your clients experience pain in their hips, neck or spine? Help them improve their health and function in these areas with this course focused on kinetic chain training. Led by Tanya Thompson, founder and owner of Pilates Unlimited – the Art of Movement™, you will delve into axial skeleton anatomy and musculoskeletal chain reactions. This course will focus on three areas of learning: safe cervical training for optimal neck health; hip, pelvic and spinal anatomy and their joint movements; and the musculoskeletal chain reactions that occur with a lateral pelvic tilt combined with an anterior pelvic tilt or posterior pelvic tilt. Furthermore, you will learn how to apply your theoretical knowledge to movement and create amazing programs that are client-specific and goal-driven.
You will learn:
- An effective neck program that will encourage better alignment and functional strength within the neck
- The anatomy of the pelvis, hip and spine in order to understand pelvic, hip and spinal stability
- How to apply anatomical knowledge to exercises and movement
- The chain reactions that occur with a lateral pelvic tilt combined with an anterior pelvic tilt or posterior pelvic tilt
- How to create a program that is client-specific and will assist with injury prevention during training
This was a great course! Having been a trainer for 20 years I still learned some great things.
Excellent course. Tanya Thompson very clearly and concisely explains anatomy and biomechanics. Every personal trainer should learn the concepts here--easy to follow, educational, and effective.
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