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DCAC VIRTUAL MINI FIT CON – FAI/IMS

$99.00

DCAC VIRTUAL MINI FIT CON – FAI/IMS
Saturday 11/13/21 8:00 am – 3:00 pm EST
AFAA 6.0 · NASM 0.60
Cost: $99.00

This class has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.

8:00 am – 10:00 am EST – FAI® Functional Aging Training Model with Dr. Dan Ritchie

10:00 am – 11:30 am EST – FAI® Functional Balance Circuits for Clients Over 50 with Dr. Dan Ritchie

11:30 am – 1:30 pm EST – Rotator Cuff Problems? with Dr. Evan Osar

1:30 pm – 3:00 pm EST – Breath: The Secret to Improving Posture, Movement and Performance with Jenice Mattek, LMT, IMS

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DCAC VIRTUAL MINI FIT CON – FAI/IMS
Saturday 11/13/21 8:00 am – 3:00 pm EST
AFAA 6.0 · NASM 0.60
Cost: $99.00

This class has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Time Session Presenter AFAA NASM
8:00 am – 10:00 am EST FAI® Functional Aging Training Model Dr. Dan Ritchie 2 0.20
10:00 am – 11:30 am EST FAI® Functional Balance Circuits for Clients Over 50 Dr. Dan Ritchie 1 0.10
11:30 am – 1:30 pm EST Rotator Cuff Problems? Dr. Evan Osar 2 0.20
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm EST Breath: The Secret to Improving Posture, Movement and Performance Jenice Mattek, LMT, IMS 1 0.10
    Total 6.0 0.60

 

 

FAI® Functional Aging Training Model and Why your Clients Over 40 Need this Approach with Dr. Dan Ritchie
Workshop: GE, MB, PT, S
Learn the foundation of the Functional Aging Specialist and Group Specialist material. How we train the 6 domains of human function for maximal function and longevity.
Look at the research and evidence for what exercise programming works. Explore program design options and various client case studies.

 

FAI® Functional Balance Circuits for Clients Over 50 with Dr. Dan Ritchie
Workshop: GE, MB, PT, S
In this hands-on session, look at the science behind training balance. Discover various strategies and techniques for training balance and practice together. Four different levels of balance circuits and sessions will be covered in a fun and informative way, and you’ll also experience how to progress and regress various exercises for our aging clients.

 

Rotator Cuff Problems? Corrective and Resistance Exercise Solutions with Dr. Evan Osar
Workshop: GE, MB, PT, S
Posture and lifestyle issues create a host of issues including limited shoulder ROM, decreased overhead strength, and rotator cuff impingement. Unfortunately, many common strengthening approaches often perpetuate rather than help rotator cuff issues. During this interactive session, you’ll discover the single-most common underlying factor contributing to chronic rotator cuff issues. Additionally, you will discover how to apply the three best assessments and corrective exercises to improve your client’s rotator cuff and shoulder mobility.

Learning Objectives
After attending this session, participants will be able to:

  • describe the mechanisms that underly the development of the forward shoulder and rotator cuff issues in the active aging population
  • demonstrate how to use the most effective assessments and corrective exercises to improve the rotator cuff and shoulder mobility
  • apply their knowledge to create an integrative strength training program for older clients with rotator cuff issues

 

Breath: The Secret to Improving Posture, Movement and Performance with Jenice Mattek, LMT, IMS
Workshop: GE, MB, PT, S
Clients often present with chronic tightness, discomfort, and the inability to perform at the level they need or want. Suboptimal breathing strategies are the most common finding underlying postural alterations, limited ROM, decreased strength, as well as chronic tension and discomfort. Strengthening approaches that omit breath training will perpetuate rather than tightness and weakness. During this session, you’ll discover how breathing directly impacts posture, ROM, and stability. Additionally, you’ll discover real-world strategies for seamlessly integrating breathing into your client’s warm-ups, strengthening, and cool-down sessions. You will not look at breathing the same after this session.

Learning Objectives
After attending this session, participants will be able to:

  • describe how three-dimensional breathing impacts posture, movement, and stability
  • demonstrate how to assess for common suboptimal strategies and utilize the most effective strategy to improve three-dimensional breathing
  • integrate breathing into a comprehensive training program to improve posture, range of motion, and performance