There is a great semantic dispute over mobility – what it is, how to improve it. What is the difference between mobility and flexibility?
Foam rolling and various other forms of self-massage have been attributed to many different effects, but are only a passive subset of what it takes to improve mobility. Active components such as proprioception and sensory information are also critical in making lasting changes in the way people move.
Your clients are going to move based on the resources they possess. If you want them to move differently, you need to give them access to more resources. This course will provide you with the know-how to build an individualized targeted intervention aimed at making your clients more capable of movement.
Module 1 : Mobility : The Great Semantic Dispute
- Redefining Mobility: Accessing whole-body purposeful movement
- The Mobility-Stability Continuum: An alternative view on how we access mobility
- Brain-based Mobility Training: What the brain controls
Module 2 : Optimizing Nervous System Function : Addressing Autonomic Tone
- Sympathetic and para-sympathetic states
- Breathing and breath coordination
- Sensory integration
Module 3 : Optimizing Myofascial Function: Improving the Force Transmission Network
- Soft tissue mobilization
- PNF stretching
Module 4 : Optimizing Articular Function: Accessory Movement and Range of Motion Control
- Joint Mobilizations
- Self-mobilization exercises
- End range of motion control
- End range isometric exercises
- Articular dissociation
- Active Range of Motion
Module 5 : A Strategy to Create Learning-Driven Changes in Movement Behaviour
- The Movement Optimization Strategy: learning-driven changes in movement behavior
Module 6 : Putting It All Together
- Exploring the Upper and Lower Body Mobility Programs v2.0
Module 7 : Quiz and Certification of Completion
- About the final quiz
- What’s next?
* You can view the online course whenever you want, there is no deadline for completion.
* Within a maximum of 24 business hours following your purchase (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday), you will receive all necessary information by email to view the course.
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