Advanced Training Skills for the Optimal Exercise Experience: Lower Extremity and Core (Part 1 of 2)

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Video Chapters

  • Chp. 1 Introduction & Overview
  • Chp. 2 Machines vs. Function & Anti-Machine Propaganda
  • Chp. 3 Exercise Response & Adaptation
  • Chp. 4 Creating the Strategic Exercise Experience
  • Chp. 5 Leg Press
  • Chp. 6 Core/Trunk
  • Chp. 7 Prone Leg Curl
  • Chp. 8 Leg Extension
  • Chp. 9 Conclusion

Description

The objective research has been in for quite some time: the physiological responses to using the right machines not only improves strength, but also improves function! Due to the myths perpetuated by a vast, biased segment of the industry, few trainers have learned how to strategically integrate body-weight exercises and machines, or the basics on customizing the set-up and use of various machines for their clients. If you work with a broad range of clients, machines can be the best tool at very specific points in progression and for specific goals. You won't believe how many variations can be created on a single machine when you understand exercise mechanics! (This is Part 1 in a two-part series. This session is recommended, but not required as a prerequisite to session 172.)
By Tom Purvis, PT

Tom Purvis, PT

IDEA Author/Presenter

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