In order for Movement Professionals to stay at the top of their careers, they need to maintain a strong anatomical background in relation to movement. During a client’s assessment, it is vital that the professional has the knowledge of how the muscles of the body affect the joints and how this would affect a client’s movement patterns.
A look into anatomy and the bases for all movement and client assessments is covered in this course. What are the muscles involved in the hip, spine and pelvis and what are all the joints that are affected? Why are the reasons for the chain reactions? These are just a few of the puzzle pieces that will fit together. This video course covers the anatomy of the entire pelvic, hip and spinal area with high quality images.
This course is to recap and develop insight into the muscles of the pelvis, hip and spine in order to add to the process of pelvis, hip and spinal training and stability. The Movement Professional will have a clearer understanding of how we can relate anatomy to movement as well as assess which muscles are working in various exercises.
Course Description (课程说明)
- Quick recap on anatomical terminology relating to movement
- Images and information of the skeletal system on the above-mentioned areas
- The muscles that affect the pelvis, hip and spine in all their joint movement abilities as well as antagonists
- Conclusion of how these muscles will affect a pelvic tilt
Continued Education Credits
ACE - 0.2 CECs
Hip, Pelvic and Spinal Anatomy