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SMR Short Course

AUD $199.00

Description

SELF-MYOFASCIAL RELEASE (SMR) SHORT COURSE

This short course on SMR helps personal trainers explain the benefits of Self Myofascial Release to clients in relation to their posture, movement patterns and training functionality.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN FROM THE SELF-MYOFASCIAL RELEASE SHORT COURSE

  • Understand the physiology behind fascia and explain how it effects posture, movement and performance
  • Explain the benefits of Self Myofascial Release to clients in relation to their posture, movement patterns and training functionality
  • Understand the background of Myofascial Release and how to implement it within client programming
  • Confidently observe functional movement, range of movement and exercise capacity to identify any joint mobility or movement restrictions during dynamic assessment of clients
  • Identify and document joints, muscles and connective tissues that would benefit from functional exercise strategies and SMR to improve client posture, movement patterns and training functionality & performance
  • To consider static posture but observe and record strength and muscle activation outputs in a dynamic setting to identify any muscle activation concerns and/or strength limitation or imbalance. Refer out to allied health professional where appropriate, and apply these findings to programming and SMR techniques
  • To observe and record any client balance, stability or coordination limitations within a dynamic setting and to refer out to allied health professional where appropriate, and apply these findings to programming and SMR techniques
  • To learn and identify postural variances and their relationship between posture, injury prevention and performance. Be able to discuss their importance with clients develop strategies to promote functional movement, exercise performance and reduce likelihood of injury
  • To be able to verbally set up and safely instruct SMR exercises to clients based on their assessments and goals
  • Learn how to identify and correct incorrect SMR techniques to ensure client safety and effective training
  • To learn and identify the difference between stretching and Self Myofascial Release (SMR)
  • Learn the relationship between functional movement patterns and safe technique + injury prevention
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