Use Code: TBMM2019
The BioMechanics Method®
Corrective Exercise Specialist Certification
Created and Presented by Justin Price, MA
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There are two options to become a Corrective Exercise Specialist in The BioMechanics Method:
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Use Code: TBMM2019
What is The BioMechanics Method?
Why Should I Invest in The BioMechanics Method?
Who Created The BioMechanics Method?
Leaders in Corrective Exercise
What Will I Learn?
What Is Included?
You can choose to complete the CES course in its entirety or decide to complete one or all five of the modular courses listed below. We recommend completing the modular courses in the order listed below to maximize your learning experience. Upon successful completion of all modular courses you will obtain certificate status signifying your competency as a Corrective Exercise Specialist in The BioMechanics Method. This credential does not expire. Purchase price includes all online materials, unlimited test retakes and the course itself.
All individual courses are 30% off! Use Code: TBMM2019
The Fundamentals of Structural Assessment provides health and fitness professionals with a step-by-step process for assessing clients for the twelve most common musculoskeletal imbalances that can cause muscle dysfunction, joint discomfort and movement limitations. You will learn how to conduct and apply essential assessments with clients in real-life settings to help you understand how musculoskeletal imbalances can affect a person’s ability to perform exercises and activities of daily living successfully.
Understanding Muscles and Movement explains in easy-to-understand terms how the whole body moves together as an integrated system of muscles, tendons, bones, ligaments, and fascia; information essential for understanding the causes of problematic and limiting musculoskeletal imbalances. You will also learn the unique approach of The BioMechanics Method in regard to understanding how gravity and ground reaction forces change the way the body moves – knowledge that is imperative for designing successful corrective exercise strategies.
The Fundamentals of Corrective Exercise gives health and fitness professionals a framework to create successful corrective exercise programs. You will learn the types and elements of corrective exercise, how to select and adapt exercises to meet the needs of each client, and how to coach each technique effectively. With these techniques, you will help alleviate muscle and fascia restrictions, increase mobility and range of movement, build strength and promote pain-free movement within your clients.
The Complete Corrective Exercise Library gives you access to an array of exercises that can be used to correct musculoskeletal imbalances and alleviate muscle dysfunction, joint discomfort and movement limitations. Containing nearly 200 exercises (including progressions, regressions and alternatives), this digital library will arm you with the tools to help clients who are suffering from a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders find pain relief and increase their movement capabilities. The course also provides instruction on which exercises are appropriate and effective for specific musculoskeletal imbalances and demonstrates what to look for when clients are performing exercises to ensure they are both getting the most out of the movement, and executing it safely.
Corrective Exercise Program Design teaches exercise, health and fitness professionals how to develop and implement effective corrective exercise programs from a client’s very first session all the way through goal attainment. Using comprehensive case studies to demonstrate The BioMechanics Method of corrective exercise program design, the course will teach you proper coaching and cueing, as well as communication skills and session designs that help you connect with clients to create a positive and empowering experience. You will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to implement a custom corrective exercise program in the real world so you can help people overcome muscle pain, joint discomfort and movement limitations.
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