With increasing numbers of individuals experiencing postural and movement dysfunction, there has never been a greater need for fitness professionals who know how to assess and administer a safe and effective corrective exercise program. This information will help the fitness profession be of great service to their clients that are experiencing postural and movement dysfunction or those recovering from injury. After reviewing this information, the fitness professional will understand the fundamental components of function, the mechanisms of injuries, and how to structure corrective exercises to address their clients needs.
- The fitness professional will be able to recognize and identify the signs of postural and movement dysfunction.
- The fitness professional will be introduced to functional anatomy which forms the basis for corrective exercise programming.
- The fitness professional will be able to identify and assess for common signs of compensations during movement patterns.
- The fitness professional will discover the role of breathing and core stabilization and be able to identify signs of dysfunctional breathing and core stabilization strategies.
- The fitness professional will discover specific corrective exercise strategies for improving stabilization and movement in their clients.
Exam duration: 30 minutes
Number of exam questions: 25 questions
Passing score: 75%
Total exam attempts: 3