Training the core requires an exercise regime that goes beyond a simple “abs and back” workout. Building a truly strong base of support in the entire core not only increases your clients functional movement while decreasing injury, but it also allows for better transfer of forces to the extremities and improved performance. No matter what your clients' goal, you need to understand the core anatomy and function, and how all movements emanate from the core, so you can create safe and effective exercises for any client. This certificate program will give you the background and tools you need to create a comprehensive, safe and effective core training program for every client.
The Science of Core Training Certificate:
|Cue Movement and Exercise With Abdominal Anatomy, by NFPT ||Course|
|Core Connections: Progression Strategies to Enhance Core Function ||Course|
|A Different Look at Core Training: The Backside ||Course|
| From Neck to Knees….More Than Just Core! ||Course|
|Power Core for Sports and Fitness Performance ||Course|
I'm a successful fitness entrepreneur with 15 years of experience. I'm the author of Fitness Career Freedom: Align with your path and get ahead and the founder of Andy's Online Anatomy Program. I enjoy helping fitness and wellness professionals find alignment in both their bodies and businesses. Visit www.BeverlyHosford.com to watch action-oriented, inspiring videos about career, business, anatomy and body awareness. ... read more.
Chuck Wolf, MS, is the director of Human Motion Associates, in Orlando, Florida, consulting with clients ranging from rehabilitation settings to elite, professional athletes. Chuck is one of the industry's top educators with his expertise in functional anatomy, movement analysis, function and advanced program design. He holds a master’s degree in exercise physiology. ... read more.
Lee Burton, PhD, is the program director for athletic training at Averett University. He holds a doctorate in health promotion, is the co-developer of the Functional Movement Screen, and has published articles in a variety of sports medicine journals and magazines. Certifications: NATA, NSCA-CSCS
Lynne Skilton-Hayes is the Fitness Program Supervisor at the University of Guelph where she is responsible for hundreds of programs for students, faculty, staff and community. She is a canfitpro and ACE certified group fitness instructor and master personal trainer. Lynne holds a B.SC. degree and brings over 20 years of education and experience to the fitness industry. She is an International Fitness Presenter/Educator, a canfitpro ProTrainer and a master trainer for Bender Ball. Lynne has done work for television and print. Certification: ACE ... read more.
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