INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND FITNESS ASSOCIATION (IHFA)(Registered by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India )
Assessment/Movement Analysis Home Study Course - The
human body is a complicated and marvelous machine, comprised of many distinct and
separate parts that directly and indirectly affect one another. PTCS has
simplified how the human body works from the inside out, biomechanically &
This course will delve
into functional static and dynamic movement assessments to be used to analyze daily and sport specific movements, describing in detail
not only the anatomical and
biomechanical influence, but what key variables to focus on when performing a movement assessment. Understand normal vs. abnormal movement, and learn how to correct dysfunctional movement patterns.
This course is offered to you in a distance-learning format providing advanced continuing education to personal trainers. At the end of the course, there is a practice examination that tests your comprehesnion of the material.
Accompanying the course is a study workbook, that provides you with the ability
to enhance your learning through the
use with another practice examination. The workbook also simplifies this very
detailed information even further. PTCS will send you
the course electronically and is available for immediate download after purchase.
Movement Assessment/Movement Analysis is approved for the following
ALL OTHER AGENCIES PENDING
20 CPD points for all five coursesIHFA
1.0ISSA 1.0 Kinect Australia NASM .4 NAFC .4 NCCPT .4 NFPT .5 NSCA(CPT,
CSCS) .4 NSPA
3 CEUsPTA Global 4 CECs WFA .5
or 2.5 for all five coursesWITS
The course begins with a discussion about the importance of screening and
conducting a thorough medical history. The next section goes into extensive
detail about components of how posture, how posture dysfunctions occur, and
respective training strategies. Next, learn how to conduct a human or sport
specific movement assessment and understand the respective findings. Core
assessment is extensively explained accompanied with rationale on how to
develop a core exercise program. Lastly, the foundation behind flexibility,
muscular and cardiovascular endurance are extensively discussed. This course is
offered to you in a distance-learning format providing advanced continuing
education for personal trainers who truly want to take their knowledge and
training to the next level. This course is available for immediate download after
This course includes a 84-page manual and 20-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. Be able to perform static and dynamic movement assessment of daily and sport
specific movement describing in detail not only the anatomical and
biomechanical influence, but what key variables to focus on when performing a
2. Be able to differentiate as well as perform a human movement assessment
vs. a sport specific assessment.
3. Identify three reasons why screening and referral to other
allied health professionals is important.
4. Identify common postural dysfunctions, how posture dysfunctions occur, and
be able to teach effective training strategies to address such dysfunction.
5. Understand the importance of flexibility, muscular and cardiovascular
endurance training and be able to perform with appropriate clients.
Section 1: Screening Section
2: Medical history Section 3: Common medical diagnostic tests Section 4: Common postural dysfunctions with training Section 5: Human and sport specific assessment Section 6: Core assessment Section 7: FlexibilitySection
8: Muscular endurance Section 9: Aerobic and cardiovcascular endurance
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