Earn 0.2 ACE CECs for learning how muscles function to produce movement!
How do the position of the shoulders affect the hips? Do the hamstrings really extend the knee? How do the adductor muscles of the inner thighs really work? What is the most effective way to strengthen the rectus abdominus? Hint: it's NOT crunches. Knowing how your muscles function can help you to identify the best exercises for your goals.
Join Pete McCall, a fitness educator who develops education content for personal trainer certification organizations (ACE and NASM) and top equipment companies; the author of Smarter Workouts: the Science of Exercise Made Simple and the host of the All About Fitness podcast to learn how your muscles are designed to work when you move.
Traditional anatomy teaches that muscles work in isolation, the ONLY time a muscle works in isolation is in an exercise machine designed for isolation; otherwise exercise is a function of many muscles working together to produce efficient movement. Whether you are fitness professional who makes people sweat or you just love working out, this webinar will enhance your understanding of human anatomy and how muscles function during exercise.
The Dynamic Anatomy webinar:
Reviews important muscles responsible for controlling movement.
Addresses the role of the fascia that connects all muscles to one another.
Discusses strategies for how to design exercise programs based on how muscles actually function.
The Dynamic Anatomy e-book:
Explains how muscles and fascia work as an integrated system.
Provides detailed information on how muscles of the lower leg, hamstrings, adductors, core and shoulder function during exercise.
Provides numerous examples of exercises that can help you to increase your strength and improve your movement skill while reducing the risk of injury.
You will come away with a better understanding of how muscles control movement and what that means for your workout programs.
The price includes the e-book Dynamic Anatomy: Understanding How Your Body Moves During Exercise and a copy of the webinar Dynamic Anatomy which will help you learn how to apply the concepts in the book.
|ACE||0.20||Expiring on December 31, 2021|
|AFAA||4.00||Expiring on December 31, 2021|
|NASM||0.40||Expiring on December 31, 2021|
Learning Objectives, upon completing this course the learner will be able to:
Watch the webinar, organized into sections, review the Dynamic Anatomy e-book and complete the quiz to earn 0.2 ACE CECs.
|Dynamic Anatomy RECORDED Webinar ||Module||(Required)|
|Dynamic Anatomy E-book ||Module||(Required)|
|Dynamic Anatomy Quiz ||Module||(Required)|
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