Reactive Neuromuscular Training is a comprehensive educational program focused on correcting movement patterns and improving dysfunctional movement patterns by taking advantage of the power of the brain. This difficult concept is made simple to understand in this video series. In the videos, Mitch presents a 2-part system for priming the nervous system and grooving patterns to make permanent changes in how people move so they can move more efficiently and move more frequently. There is also a 58 page manual to accompany the video series that can be downloaded once you purchase the course.
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Module 1 – 38 minutes
Lecture: Introduction and course outline Foundations of movement and connection to brain and nervous system Neurodevelopmental sequences and patterns Reactive neuromuscular training – definition and explanation Discussion of the brain and the connection to movement Mobility vs Stability Definition of unloaded vs loaded movement and demonstration of tools Discussion of movement patterns Demonstration of stabilization exercises Demonstration of progression of stabilization exercises, rhythmic stabilization
Module 2 – 31 minutes Continuation of stabilization exercises, rhythmic stabilization Demonstration of exercise tools to regress or progress training (stretch bands, rip trainer)
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Athletic Trainers: WebExercises is an approved provider for the BOC, provider P10199. This course is approved in all states for Athletic Trainers. WebExercises is approved in Florida and Arizona and attendance will be filed with CE Broker. Topic: Intermediate
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