Performing a thorough structural assessment will give you insight into how your client moves. Once you understand this, you will then be able to identify their limitations and/or compensation patterns. This revealing information is vital when designing exercise programs because it helps you identify those kinetic chains that need addressing, ultimately helping them to improve function and eliminate pain and injury. Participants in this highly experiential workshop will have the opportunity to practice these skills and techniques. A basic understanding of how to conduct structural assessments is recommended.
This is a live recorded session from the 2009 IDEA Personal Trainer Institute™
By Justin Price, MA
Justin Price, MA, is a corrective exercise specialist and a co-owner of The BioMechanics in San Diego, California. He is also the 2006 IDEA Personal Trainer of the Year and the creator of The BioMech...