At the end you will have a whole range of exercises to use with the external load provided by the resistance band. The exercises provide resistance for both the upper and lower limbs providing a full body workout.
The content can be used in clinic, private rehab sessions and even in a small class setting if there are multiple anchor points or a Barre to tether the band to. The exercises can also be used easily for home rehab.
The aim of which is to ultimately achieve more efficient movement. The course information is delivered in a way that enables you to incorporate your new skills the very next day in your practice.
Why do this course?
After we have centred a client’s movement and created strength with body weight, it is essential to continue their rehab by adding external load and movement variation. We need to address fundamental movement patterns such as push, pull and twist and then work with tempo, range, power and complexity. This programme will help you further your rehab repertoire and assist in clients return to full activity. It can easily be replicated for home practice or performed in small sessions for the clinic or gym as a full body workout.
What will I cover?
Course content is split into six sections
The exercises are taught in various positions and orientations to gravity, therefore creating versatility in movement repertoire. The larger the range of movement options we have to choose from to perform a task, the less likely we are going to be injured.
The exercises will cover the following positions;
Supine, seated, prone, side lie, kneeling and standing .
The exercises address core strength and the primal movement patterns of push, pull, twist, squat, lunge, hinge and balance.
Full instructional manual included.