Nice land and water workouts involved with easy, sensible movement
- Continuing Education
Move in More Directions
|Provider:||Water Exercise Coach|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.2 CECs|
Better Movement for Better Results
Ideally, movement should feel easy and natural. Yet for many people, that is not the case. Fortunately, people can reclaim their ability to move well with the help of exercises that complement their current abilities. Move in More Directions takes fitness back to the basics with concepts that favor natural movements to improve strength, mobility and balance for water or land-based exercise programs. This common-sense guide to exercise provides evidence-based strategies that are easy to implement and deliver better and faster results for clients of any age and any ability.
The course is led by Kinesiologist Laurie Denomme—an internationally recognized fitness educator, aquatics specialist and founder of WECOACH—along with Exercise Physiologist Jeanmarie Scordino, who will teach you how to make basic exercises extraordinary using three key strategies: six-directional movement, seven basic positions of the feet and finding and feeling meaningful movement. The course will expand your movement library and teach you new ways to motivate people of all ages and abilities to get moving.
You will learn:
- Explore ways to use six-directional movement to reduce stiffness
- Implement seven basic foot positions to strengthen weak muscles
- To apply these movements to water exercise or land exercise programs
- Water and land workouts to improve mobility
- New ways to help clients find and feel more meaningful movement
Interested format to get Clients more fluid and flexible.
It was really too hard to just listen. I like all video and not just the lecture as audio
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