Category: Anatomy

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Bannister Method: Flexibility
Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) is one of the methods of stretching most used by today's athletes, massage therapists, personal/athletic trainers, and professionals. Active Isolated Stretching allows the body to repair itself and also to prepare for daily activity. More Info
Anatomy ECA World Fitness Instructor: Gail Bannister-Munn
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Barefoot Balance Training
Learn one of the most effective techniques for improving foot posture, controlling knee pain and strengthening the hip. After this workshop you will see how barefoot balance training improves posture and builds strength. More Info
Anatomy Evidence Based Fitness Academy Instructor: Dr. Emily Splichal
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Barefoot Training for Power & Agility
From heel strike to push-off, our foot dictates the way our body responds and reacts to human movement and athletic performance. The coordinated eccentric and concentric contractions of the foot musculature often dictates the speed, strength and power of an athlete. Learn how to apply barefoot training principles to optimize foot function in the client or athlete that is looking for an advantage. Get ready to take the concept of barefoot training to a whole new level! More Info
Anatomy Evidence Based Fitness Academy Instructor: Dr. Emily Splichal
Leaders CEU's: 0.75
CEU's: VIEW

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Basics of Anatomy
Basics of Anatomy is a study of basic anatomical language, including an introduction to planes of movement and major concepts of the skeletal and muscular systems. More Info
Anatomy Power Pilates Instructor: Juliet Harvey
Leaders CEU's: 3.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Basics of Anatomy 2017 Edition
This is a study of basic anatomical language, which contains an introduction to planes of movement and major concepts of the skeletal and muscular systems. This interactive course allows the participant to locate muscles and bones, be able to palpate them on their clients, and become familiar with the associated actions. Similar to an in-person workshop, the concepts are demonstrated as they are introduced, since reinforcement and repetition are key to learning anatomy basics! The course includes an outline, literature, and clearly labeled anatomical charts. More Info
Anatomy Power Pilates Instructor: Stephanie West
Leaders CEU's: 4.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Best Corrective Exercise Strategies for Low Back Pain
During this video, the fitness professional will discover the the biggest myths surrounding low back pain and dysfunction and why this myth may be the exact reason their clients experience low back problems. More Info
Anatomy ECA World Fitness Instructor: Evan Osar
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Corrective Exercise Strategies for Common Shoulder Condition
Shoulder pain and tightness are common complaints with many of our clients, limiting both their ability to exercise and live the quality of life they desire. This session will describe common shoulder injuries including impingement syndromes, rotator cuff dysfunction, and scapular control issues that lead directly to many of our client's problems. While these problems seem varied in nature, they share one thing in common - poor scapular stability. During this video, the fitness professional will discover the primary cause of poor shoulder stability and the corrective strategies required to improve their client's scapular control. Additionally, the will discover how to teach proper shoulder exercises so that they can help their clients accomplish their health and fitness goals. More Info
Anatomy ECA World Fitness Instructor: Evan Osar
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Feet First Strengthening from the Feet Up
This workshop is intended to bring awareness to the wheels of our bodies, our feet. Movement involves grounding down to lengthen up when our bodies are loaded on our feet. Whether it is in Pilates, golf, yoga, dance, running, walking, jumping or pushing off with our feet, we must bring awareness to the work that starts in the feet and works up the ankle and leg. More Info
Anatomy Mind Your Body Instructor: Gail Giovanniello
Leaders CEU's: 0.75
CEU's: VIEW

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Functional Foot & Ankle
Stay current and achieve great results with your clients by gaining an understanding of the role the foot and ankle play in creating and modifying fitness programs. More Info
Anatomy Evidence Based Fitness Academy Instructor: Dr. Emily Splichal
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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KBC - Corrective Strategies & Techniques , The Shoulder
Functional anatomy will serve as the basis for understanding the pathogenesis and predisposing anatomical and postural factors leading to injuries of the shoulder joint complex. More Info
Anatomy KettleBell Concepts Instructor: Vincent Metzo
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Movement From The Ground Up
From heel strike to push-off, our foot dictates the way our body responds- and reacts- to every closed chain movement including walking, squatting and jumping. Join Podiatrist and Fitness Expert Dr. Emily as she explores the integrated function and co-activation patterns of the lower extremity - from the ground up. Learn exercises that can reinforce foot function, pelvic stability and hip strength which will translate to improved client results and decreased risk of injury. More Info
Anatomy Evidence Based Fitness Academy Instructor: Dr. Emily Splichal
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Rethinking Proprioception Training
Coordinated, precise and fast movements require sensory input to the nervous system. Learn how to train your clients by integrating their sixth sense - or proprioceptive system - and take your understanding of barefoot training, vibration training and even fascia to a whole new level. Learn the why behind many of your favorite training modalities! More Info
Anatomy Evidence Based Fitness Academy Instructor: Dr. Emily Splichal
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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Strengthening and Lengthening Strategies for the Psoas and Glutes
In this 2 hour video the fitness professional will discover how to identify the common signs of psoas and glute dysfunction and the corrective as well as progressive exercise patterns for improving functional stability of the hip complex. More Info
Anatomy Fitness Education Seminars Instructor: Evan Osar
Leaders CEU's: 2.50
CEU's: VIEW

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Stretch It
This course is designed to demonstrate the correct way to facilitate Dynamic, Static, Proprio Neural Facilitation (PNF) stretching techniques with proper body alignment. You will learn anatomical terms and expand typical stretches using different planes and angles as well as be able to progress or regress any exercise. More Info
Anatomy Link! the Movement Instructor: Ginger Cox
Leaders CEU's: 1.25
CEU's: VIEW

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Understanding How to Implement an Effective Core Stabilization Program Based Upon Functional Anatomy
Perhaps no region of the body has received more attention in the past decade then the core. However, despite this increased attention and focus on 'core stabilization' exercises, incidences of low back pain and chronic tightness of the low back, hips, and shoulders remain relatively unchanged. More Info
Anatomy Fitness Education Seminars Instructor: Evan Osar
Leaders CEU's: 1.00
CEU's: VIEW

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