The fundamentals of training the elderly is covered in this course. We look at what their challenges would be, what the precautions are when training them and what the objectives for their programs should be. Watch as we teach an elderly lady by modifying and assisting numerous exercises. Learn what their restrictions are and how you can design a program for them and therefore improve their overall well-being. There needs to be a greater focus on understanding what they are capable of doing and what would be contraindicated for them during movement and exercise.
This course enables the Movement Professional to teach the Elderly with various precautions in mind. They will learn a program that covers the fundamental goals of teaching the elderly as well as how to address their needs without placing them into uncomfortable positions or expecting them to perform movements that are contraindicated for them. The movement professional will gain an understanding of how to modify and assist various exercises and therefore be able to meet the clients needs. They will also learn the teaching style that is required in order to deliver a successful class for this specific population.
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The fundamentals of safe greater trochanteric bursitis training are addressed in this course. We look at the all the factors that could aggravate the bursitis even once it has subsided, the anatomy involved as well the precautionary measures to adhere to when teaching a client with bursitis, exercises. We also take a look at what movements should be avoided as well as what you can do in order to assist the client with movement recovery through a good exercise program. Learn a comprehensive safe exercise program that incorporates all the elements of being mindful when dealing with greater trochanteric bursitis.
This course enables the Movement Professional to teach an effective program for a client who has experienced greater trochanteric bursitis or is now in the exercise phase of this condition. The professional will also learn all precautionary measures as well as what to avoid with an irritated bursa. After completing this course, the professional will also have a deeper understanding of safe training for greater trochanteric bursitis as well as a full exercise program that can be taught to their clients.
This course is designed to provide the professional with a comprehensive LOWER ABDOMINAL program that will enable your client or patient to connect to their LOWER ABDOMINALS as well as strengthen them efficiently without any compensations
Lower abdominal activation is felt to different degrees in this course whereby there is a build-up of activation versus strength training. It forms a vital part of any exercise training!
Learn all the chain reactions that occur with a Lateral Pelvic tilt combined with an anterior pelvic tilt or posterior pelvic tilt. In order to train a client correctly with any of the above, we need a deeper understanding of how the body responds to movement and exercise when one of these tilts are present. What can we do to assist these clients with the ailments that develop because of the lateral pelvic tilt? Learn a client specific program for a lateral pelvic tilt with the right hip being higher and relate this to the left hip being higher. Learn how to apply your theoretical knowledge to movement and create amazing lateral tilt programs.
This course enables the Movement Professional to understand the musculoskeletal changes within the body on a client specific level. They are also able to effectively train a client with any lateral pelvic tilt as well as modify exercises according to the clients needs and create a program that is client specific. This will lead to increased pelvic and spinal stability for the client.
‘Training your eye’ is a fundamental skill that is needed for any Movement or Rehabilitation Professional. In order to assist a client or patient in obtaining optimal results, the 5 fundamental Movement Principles (hip-flexor abdominal co-ordination, hip disassociation, spinal articulation and isolation, shoulder free movement and stability and mind-body connection) need to be addressed with a ‘hawks’ eye from the Professional. Knowing exactly what you are looking for with regards to each movement principle and how to fix any compensation in that movement will enable your client or patient to obtain optimal results in any rehabilitation program.
This course enables the Movement Professional to note all compensations as well as bring in the 5 fundamental Movement Principles that will create a holistic, full-body approach to any exercise program. If health whilst training is what you are after then this is exactly what every single client or patient needs to be able to accomplish. You will now be able to view assess and correct the compensations that occur within the 5 Fundamental Movement Principles.