When a Regression Is Really a Progression Course
Functional training trends have unleashed a surge in inappropriate applications and exercise progressions. Training variables can be manipulated in both a forward and backward direction to benefit the client. Understanding that we can regress our exercises to allow clients to be successful, will allow us to build a more stable foundation for individual client development. (This course is for personal trainers and group exercise instructors.)
By Anthony Carey, MA
- Discuss the two primary forms of musculoskeletal stability.
- Describe the characteristics of client movement to help quantify successful movement.
- Summarize the concept of a functional continuum.
- List the traditional variables associated with a progression.
- Apply motor learning principles to an exercise progression.
- Explain the role of recovery in exercise.
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