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ymca training series

BROUGHT TO YOU BY DANE FITNESS

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 Elevated Bodyweight Training for Mobility, Stability and Strength

 Level 1 - Mobility & Stabilization

 
 
 
 
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Course Summary

This hands-on course will teach the principles of bodyweight training with an overhead anchored tool to improve functional strength/mobility, core stability, and biomechanics of human movement to maximize performance. The fitness professional will learn how freedom of movement, through multiple planes of motion and dynamic stabilization, come together in elevated bodyweight training to provide total body activation that cannot be experienced using a traditional training apparatus. The course will also teach modifications (progressions and regressions) for safe and scalable movements appropriate for all fitness levels and abilities.

 

 
 
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Details

This course is designed to provide evidence-based research to increase basic understanding of human movement and biomechanics using the MoveStrong Elevate Trainer and all attachments.  The fitness professional will understand how elevated bodyweight training tools can be used to improve strength, and endurance, assess clients, progress and regress exercises based on fitness abilities, and improve mobility using movement in every plane of motion.

 

 

6 CECs — ACE Recognized Course

September 30, 8a-12p & 1p-5p

presented by

 
 

Sumner Co. Family YMCA

 
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Objective

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding the history and development of elevated bodyweight training systems and how they differ from traditional pieces of training equipment. 
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding how elevated bodyweight training can be used to achieve health, fitness and performance goals. 
  3. Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and applying programming concepts of the MoveStrong™U Instructor Teaching System
 

You must register to attend. You may also view the course outline here.