ACSM's 2018 International Health & Fitness Summit Video CEC: FMS: Move Well then Move Often
By Lee Burton
Today when we begin any exercise program the focus too often is how much can I lift, how many reps can I perform or how fast and long can I run. We forget that quality must come before quantity, especially when it comes to exercise. During this presentation Lee will discuss the process in which you can ensure you are focusing on how well your client or athlete is performing during exercise and activity, not just how often. Lee will review the latest evidence pertaining specifically to this methodology and how it can be used practically to improve your outcomes. The focus of this presentation will be to utilize specific case studies in a variety of personal training, strength and conditioning and sports medicine settings to demonstrate the benefits of this philosophy.
• Provide fundamental principles which should allow more effective exercise design
• Identify movement pattern dysfunctions
• Understand how to use movement screening to identify mobility and stability problems
This course includes an online video from ACSM’s Health & Fitness Summit and a corresponding online quiz.
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