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Ultimate Six

by Cassidy Phillips

Description

This video defines the Ultimate Six areas of the body that have the most influence on human biomechanics and injuries. By managing and manipulating the muscle and fascia in these areas, you can bring efficiency to the mechanical workings of the body and increase your overall health, well-being and performance. A clear understanding of the association of the Ultimate Six and their effect on biomechanics enables us to manage aches and pains and promote recovery through increased blood flow and range of motion. Come learn how these new methodologies can be incorporated into your daily routine to increase biomechanical efficiency and performance through MCT (myofascial compression techniques), a form of self-myofascial release, using innovative tools.
By Cassidy Phillips

Additional Content

Session Handout: Download PDF

Available Course Credits

AASFP
0.20
ACSM
2.00
CHEK
2.00
CI
2.00
IFPA
2.00
ISFTA
2.00
ISSA
2.00
NCCPT
0.20
NCSF
1.00
NESTA
0.20
NETA
2.00
NFPT
0.25
NSPA
2.00
PTAG
2.00
PTIA
2.00
REPS NZ
1.50
REPs UAE
2.00
REPs UK
2.00
W.I.T.S.
2.00

Video Chapters

1. Introduction Play
2. Understanding Biomechanics Play
3. Getting the Programming Right Play
4. Working with the Foot Baller and Baller Block Play
5. Adding the Ball to the Baller Block Play
6. Working the Quads Play
7. Working the Psoas Play
8. Working the Piriformis Play
9. Working the Pectorialis Major and Minor Play
10. Conclusion Play
11. Credits Play

About the Presenter

Cassidy Phillips

Cassidy Phillips IDEA Author/Presenter

Cassidy Phillips is a biomechanical specialist concentrating on sports performance, injury prevention and the muscular structure that supports the efforts of the body in motion. His objective is to recognise the biomechanical challenges of movement and actions of everyday life and marry them with the biomechanical inefficiencies recognised within patterns of movement defined by a sport of choice or through sedentary patterns of movement such as sitting, walking and running.