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. Join us as we take a glimpse into the future of training.
By Michol Dalcourt
- Define, in morphological terms, the functional design of human anatomy.
- Develop a systematic way in which to understand tissue synergies when you view them in all three planes.
- Compare regional anatomy with longitudinal anatomy.
- Develop exercise applications based on the fundamental design of human form that is systematic and solution based.
- Identify a strategy for program design that is based on the concepts of longitudinal anatomy and human function.
- Compare and contrast exercises that are based on regional anatomy to exercises that are based on longitudinal anatomy.
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