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901 Foundational Movement Anatomy and Kinesiology Modeling

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  • 2020-07-12 08:00:00 - 17:00:00

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If you need to brush up on your anatomy and how it applies to human movement, look no further than this 8-hour postconference session. In this course, we will explore functional anatomy and how it applies to foundational movement, foundational movement assessment, and most importantly, how to coach, cue and correct dysfunctional movement. In this first-ever course offering, we will use 3D skeletal models to identify muscle origin and insertion, and apply the learning to foundational movement. This course is taught by a physical therapist and is intended to help bridge the gap between personal training and rehabilitative medicine. • The anatomical origin, insertion and action of muscles involved with foundational movements • How joint limitations alter kinetic chain biomechanics • How to assess foundational movement patterns for compensations & dysfunctions • Corrective exercise strategies to address common foundational movement dysfunction

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