INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND FITNESS ASSOCIATION (IHFA)(Registered by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India )
Understanding the Essence of Human Movement Home Study Course - This is a home
study course about human movement. The human body is a
complicated machine. With several parts that directly and indirectly
affecting one another. Learn about the fundamental parts of the muscular,
skeletal and neuromuscular systems and how they synergistically affect one
another. This foundation course will teach you the foundation science,
and prepare you to understand how to perform a movement assessment. This dynamic
course is part of Advanced Training Specialist(ATS) certification created by
Essence of Human Movement is approved for the following CEU/CEC’s:
ACE ALL OTHER AGENCIES PENDING
CanfitProCFES 3.0HFPA 20 CPD points for all five coursesIHFA 1.0 ISSA 1.0NASM .5NAFC .4 (2.0 for all five courses)NCCPT .4NFPT .75NSCA(CPT, CSCS) .6NSPA 5 CEUsPTA Global 4 CECsWFA .5 or 2.5 for all five coursesWITS 4 CEUs
The course begins with introducing skeletal anatomy and functional anatomy,
painting a ‘picture’ about the components of the skeletal system. The next
section simplifies biomechanics and how biomechanically we move.
Illustrations and extensive discussion provide a deeper understanding on
the functional anatomy required to perform daily and sport specific movement.
Next, evidenced based research is introduced to provide insight on the
body’s ‘weak links.’ Lastly, the various systems of the body and their
interaction with one another to produce movement are extensively discussed.
This package with online test includes a 149-page manual and 25-page workbook
in PDF format. Included within the course and workbook are two practice
examinations testing the reader’s comprehension of the material. Note: This
course package is made available for immediate download after purchase. All
materials for this course are received electronically.
1. Identify the primary bones, joints, muscles and connective tissue in the
upper and lower body that are involved with movement.
2. Identify the four primary rotator cuff muscles
and identify the primary functional anatomy behind daily
movements such as sit to stand, getting dressed, reaching, walking,
etc. providing clarity on how the movement is supposed to occur vs.
3. Identify the primary functional anatomy and muscles behind the
movement in sport specific movements such as swimming, tennis, volleyball and
other sports providing clarity on how the movement is supposed to occur
4. Be able to perform a biomechanical analysis of every day movements as
well as common sport movements.
5. Identify the areas that have been shown both in science and
evidenced based research that break down and are injured called “the weak
links” of the human kinematic chain.
6. Be able to perform common functional assessment tests of each body part
supported with research.
7. Understand and learn about the fundamentals of biomechanics, biomechanics of
movement, biomechanical principles, biomechanics of various structures &
tissues including; connective tissue, tendons and bones.
8. Understand how all systems of the body interact and affect one another.
Section 1: Skeletal anatomy
Section 2: Functional biomechanics and biomechanics of human movement
Section 3: Human Movement terminology
Section 4: Functional anatomy to perform daily and sport specific movements
Section 5: Understanding the weak links in the human kinetic chain
Section 6: Integration of body systems
Section 7: Pharmacology, side effects and effects on exercise
PINNACLE TRAINING AND CONSULTING SYSTEM, USA
15 Thomas Path West Yarmouth MA , USA
INDIA STUDY CENTREIHFA-INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND FITNESS ASSOCIATION (www.ihfafitness.com)
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