the focus series:
Neck and Shoulder
Take Movement Optimisation to the next level with a focus on designing, implementing and adapting retraining strategies for neck, upper back, shoulder and arm weak links.
What's in it for me?
'I have always found the neck and shoulder problem areas...now I have strategies to retrain the faults I see'
Designed to enable you to have an in-depth knowledge to manage effectively weak links at the low back and pelvis. Loads of practical application will give you the know how to design and implement training strategies to optimise movement.
Taking Anatomy into Function
The courses is suitable for sports, exercise and medical professionals including:
Participants MUST be able to demonstrate that the course material is within their scope of practice and that they have appropriate professional liability insurance to cover them for their attendance on the course and their course content.
Following this module the students should be able to:
- Design a retraining strategy based on the profile report
- From the profile report and discussion of client goals plan a personalised training programme
- Implement a client specific retraining programme based on the site, direction and threshold (alignment & coordination or strength and speed) of uncontrolled movement of the upper back, shoulder and arm
- Understand functional anatomy in relation to weak links at the upper back, shoulder and arm, and posture and alignment
and pre-course preparation
An understanding of anatomy and physiology is strongly recommended for these courses.
Working knowledge of The Performance Matrix Movement and Performance Screen