This course will teach you about the Musculoskeletal system and how this system responds when moving. It will enable you analyse movement on an anatomical level and therefore, allow you to teach classes that embrace a better understanding of your client’s bodies as they move.
You will learn compensations due to muscular restrictions and by the end of this course will know the muscles, their names and the movements that they produce as well as their antagonists.
Anatomical terminology relating to movement
Planes of motion
A look at the skeletal system
A comprehensive look at the muscular system
Course requirements:Computer, Internet, Manual (to be printed off of website), stationery Course agenda:
This course is done online at a time convenient for the candidate
The course is presented via a video so the candidate is able to watch the course and follow the presenter from the manual
The course is divided into 5 sessions and therefore, they can do one session at a time
The course duration is approximately 5 hours
At the end of the final session, you are to complete a test at your convenience
They will also receive the 1-page course summary
A certificate will be available upon completion of the Q&A once all videos have been watched
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the biomechanics and anatomy of the human body.
Positional Terminology The Anatomical Position Anatomical language Terms used to describe movements at the joints Sagitaal Plane Coronal Plane Transverse Plane Flexion/Extension/Rotation/Abduction/Adduction Muscle Categories Agonists/Antagonists/Synergist Contraction Types Isometric/Concentric?Eccentric Muscles that Produce Specific Movements in relation to Pilates
Anatomy of the neck Skeletal muscle and motor units Types of muscle contractions: Isotonic and Isometric
Specific Muscle Anatomy of the the torso, the back and pelvis (Origins/Insertions/Actions) How our anatomy relates to core stability and Pilates
Muscle Anatomy of the Upper Extremity The Shoulder The Rotator Cuff The Elbow Joint Lower Extremity Muscle Anatomy The Hip Joint The Knee Joint
Muscle Anatomy The Knee Joint The Ankle Joint Course Summary & Conclusion
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