Resilient Movement Foundations - Course Outline

Scientific Foundations

  1. Complexity Theory
  2. Managing Uncertainty
  3. Principles of Adaptation
  4. Variability, Capacity, Power
  5. Rehabilitation to Performance Continuum
  6. Emergent Order: Patterning, Checklists, Degrees of Freedom
  7. Mobility, Tightness, Tone
  8. Autonomic Influences

Assessment

  1. Test What Matters
  2. The Training Process

Lower Body Foundations

  1. Biomechanics & Arthrokinematics
  2. Anatomy Review
  3. Hip Impingement
  4. Proximal Motor Control
  5. Appropriate Exercise Selection
  6. Strength & Exercises We Avoid

Programming Considerations

Practical Application: Lower Body

  1. Joint Variability Preparation
  2. Hip Dominant
  3. Knee Dominant
  4. Running
  5. Plyometrics

Lunch Break (1 Hour)

Upper Body Foundations

  1. Biomechanics
  2. Anatomy Review
  3. Proximal Motor Control
  4. Common Pathology
  5. Appropriate Exercise Selection
  6. Stretches & Exercises We Avoid
  7. Video Analysis

Practical Application: Upper Body

  1. Joint Variability Preparation
  2. Push/Pull
  3. Overhead
  4. Frontal/Transverse

Updated 5/1/18

This course has previously been approved for 0.8 CEUs by the NSCA

NSCA CEU Approved