This course will provide you with philosophy and methodology we use to progress clients. The approach focuses on using movement and conditioning to develop maximal healing and performance in individuals. We will demonstrate assessment strategies to determine the nature and stage of the clients function, from low level mobility to high levels of performance. You will learn new, innovative ways to treat and train clients and to progress them from the treatment table to functional movement.
- Describe evaluation strategies to determine the stage of the condition, so we can properly place them on the movement continuum for appropriate intervention.
- Recognize the rehab continuum for pain, mobility conditions – what to do and when to do it.
- Identify exercise progressions that work and transfer from basic to high levels of performance.
Duration: 4 hour 15 minutes (Quiz provided at end of course)
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Conflict of Interest Disclosure: No financial or non-financial conflict of interest to disclose.
Lesson 1 (27:13)
The Performance Continuum, Progression from Pain to Performance
Introduction to the performance continuum model
Energy Systems of your body
Lesson 2 (18:48)
Anatomy and shoulder function
Common Shoulder Pathology
Lesson 3 (4:12)
Lesson 4 (32:49)
Shoulder Movement Library
Shoulder Exercises Demonstration
Lesson 5 (16:58)
Knee Anatomy and Function
Common Knee Pathology
Lesson 6 (5:13)
Lesson 7 (1:05:29)
Blueprint to a Bulletproof Knee
Pain, Motion, Strength, Power/Speed, Performance
Further Assessments ankle, squat, range of motion
Foam Rolling, Stretching, Foundational Development and Progressions
Dynamic warmups, squats, strength training, speed demonstration of exercises
Lesson 8 (13:11)
Spine Anatomy and Function, Joint by Joint approach
Lesson 9 (6:37)
Lesson 10 (1:09:22)
Blueprint to a Bulletproof Spine
Exercise demonstration extensions