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Course description:

This course was designed to teach and learn the anatomy and functional anatomy behind everyday and sport-specific movements. The course was designed to interpret the evidence-based research on the spine and foundation of lumbopelvic stabilization. Particularly, the importance and significance of the transverse abdominis, quadratus lumborum, multifidi and oblique muscles. To learn the foundation material about fascia, fascial slings and their effect on daily function. This course will teach common muscle length assessments of the lower body and functional assessments of the shoulder and spine. It will also teach the ‘weak links’ within the entire kinematic chain, according to the research and learn effective exercises to target these areas with rationale. Finally, will distinguish how the various systems of the body work together to produce movement.



Course outline:

Chapter 1: Skeletal Anatomy

Chapter 2: Functional Anatomy Behind Everyday movements

Practice examination

CEU Information

ACE 3.5 CEUs for all 10 courses


NASM 1.9 CEUs for all 10 courses

NATA-BOC 12 CEUs for all 10 courses

NCEP 2.0 for each course

NFPT .4 for each course

NSCA 1.9 for all 10 courses

NSPA .2 for each course

Anatomy and Functional Anatomy Behind Human Movement

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