E-learning, lecture and workshop: 10 hours
Why does a wall squat place more stress on the knees than a back squat? Why doesn’t a free-standing cable press work the abdominals more than a supine bench press? Why are some cable exercises altogether ineffective? The answers to these and other questions are found in The Biomechanics of Function. This highly engaging and interactive program takes a new approach to fundamental principles of applied biomechanics. It combines self-paced e-learning with fun and interesting practical experiences to build a deep understanding of the science of human movement.
This mustn’t miss course teaches fitness professionals how to evaluate exercise mechanics and construct exercise solutions that lead to more efficient movement, greater strength gains and improved functional outcomes.