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The Next Wave in Corrective Exercise: Rhythm and Timing

The Next Wave in Corrective Exercise: Rhythm and Timing

For over a decade now, corrective exercise has mostly consisted of a similar set of special exercises. However, with access to new information about how the body and brain works, is it possible that we may be able to add some new strategies? Examine the power of creating rhythmical motion and how rhythm can help produce intelligent motion that unlocks a neurophysiological cascade of self-correction. See how you can take any exercise and make it corrective.

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Designing a Self-Myofascial Release Program

Designing a Self-Myofascial Release Program

The fascial system is an important, but often overlooked, system of connective tissue that spreads throughout the entire body. Restrictions in the fascial system can cause postural malalignments, asymmetries, and muscle tension—and that spells pain! This course will help you understand the fascia and how to use specific exercises to keep it healthy so you can improve client fitness and eliminate dysfunction.

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Vital Anatomy-Functional Applications Course

Vital Anatomy-Functional Applications Course

Why do we have a talus? Why is our pelvis an interdependent ring? How do the muscles of our legs move our upper body? Anatomy is subservient to function, and when we understand functioning anatomy, we maximize the efficiency of our body. The secret is to obey the laws of function. In this interactive session, we'll discuss exercise and movement applications that are consistent with the body's design; a 6-step process for choosing the right exercise for the right client; and the "new science" of anatomy and how it is changing the way we train.

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Secrets of Glute Training

Secrets of Glute Training

Discover the latest muscle assessments and best exercises guaranteed to develop stronger, more functional and better-looking glutes! From this course, you'll learn simple muscle assessments for the glutes, easy-to-use corrective exercises and the newest, most effective exercises for improving the strength, performance and shape of your backside!

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Small-Group Training: A Win-Win! - CEC Course

Small-Group Training: A Win-Win! - CEC Course

Maximize your hourly earning potential, professional exposure and referral streams while saving your clients money. Get tools for creating and running a successful group by finding a target market, offering a quality fitness program, and marketing and advertising in your club or community.

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Isolation to Integration: Corrective Exercise from a Functional Perspective Course

Isolation to Integration: Corrective Exercise from a Functional Perspective Course

This course will teach you about principles of functional anatomy, kinetic chain function, and functional movement patterns to enable you to assess, correct and improve the abilities of any client, no matter where they lie on the functional continuum. The information in this program will enable you to help all your clients reach their functional goals, whether their aims are to eliminate pain or improve athletic ability.

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Functional Exercise: From Bias to Continuum Course

Functional Exercise: From Bias to Continuum Course

So, if a functional exercise mimics daily activities, where does standing on the latest inflatable gimmick fit in? Is it just about making an exercise randomly more difficult? How truly functional is a functional exercise if it leads to musculoskeletal dysfunction? In our zeal to create interesting programs for our clients, we may have dismissed perfectly sound exercises that improve musculoskeletal function, and imposed challenges that our clients are unable to accommodate safely.

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The Eight Essentials of Program Design Course

The Eight Essentials of Program Design Course

As obesity rates and musculoskeletal impairments continue to rise, traditional fitness programming may not be suitable or effective for today's typical client. Therefore, fitness professionals must be competent in integrated program design strategies in order to minimize injury and maximize results.

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Fix the Part-Mend the Whole Course

Fix the Part-Mend the Whole Course

Pain-free and efficient movement in all three planes of motion requires the body to work as an integrated series of parts. If one part is dysfunctional, then the body has to compensate elsewhere to perform the desired movement. These compensations can lead to chronic pain. This session will teach you how to identify the specific part of a client's body that is the root cause of their pain. You will also learn strategies that correct the dysfunctional part to influence the whole, thereby helping your clients achieve pain-free fluid movement.By Justin Price, MA

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Functional Training in 3D Course

Functional Training in 3D Course

Whether we sit, run, lift or throw, squatting becomes the foundation upon which many movements are built. However, each squat is different. Many of the rules we as fitness professionals have been exposed to are based on the sport of squatting, not the function of squatting. To understand this movement, you must understand the principles of function. Learn the principles of function to the assessment, rehabilitation and conditioning of the squat.

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