The stability–mobility relationship within the kinetic chain is a critical component to effective programming. Successful professionals understand specific joint needs and identify movement compensations associated with inadequate joint stability and mobility. This video examines this relationship, offering key strategies to make a difference in restoring posture, promoting movement efficiency and enhancing performance.
Among the Topics Covered:
– The stability-mobility relationship throughout the kinetic chain
– Exercises to restore joint mobility
– Training the lumbar spine for stability
– Coaching strategies to promote posture and movement efficiency
By Fabio Comana, MA, MS
Faculty Instructor for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), and faculty member in Exercise Science and Nutrition at San Diego State University, and UC San Diego. Previously, Fabio was an exercise physiologist and certification manager for the American Council on Exercise (ACE) where he, during his tenure, was the original creator of ACE’s Integrated Fitness Training Model™ and lead developer of their live personal training educational workshops. His previous experiences include collegiate head coaching; strength and conditioning coaching; and opening and managing health clubs for Club One. As a national and international presenter, he is frequently featured on television, radio, internet, and in print publications. He authored chapters in various textbooks and publications, and is presently authoring upcoming academic and consumer books. ... read more.