Get certified as an RTBP Control Patterns Coach.
This two-day seminar focuses on the mechanics associated with the breathing and core exercise execution. The breathing pattern is an integrated process associated with stereotypical movement of the abdomen, thorax, and pelvis.
Breathing is fundamental for survival, but also a component of every motor pattern that we perform as a species. When there are limitations in the full excursion of inhalations or exhalations, there are limitations in the movement expressions of the body. The way that we breathe is the way that we move.
Core exercises are those that demonstrate control over achieving certain positions of the body, and holding those positions against external forces. Core exercises should promote improvements in bony alignment and motion capabilities of the body when executed properly.
Learn the blueprint for optimal breathing practices and core exercise set up and execution through the information provided in the Control Patterns seminar.
Rethinking the Big Patterns Certification Model
Aug 27, 2022 9:00am - 6:00pm CDT
Aug 28, 2022 9:00am - 6:00pm CDT
Seminar Learning Objectives:
Understand the mechanics of the breathing pattern
Perform table tests to evaluate motion capabilities of the body and the underlying breathing strategies that support the body
Learn to evaluate breathing strategies and common compensatory patterns
Differentiate between major differences in skeleton types
Learn the optimal set ups and breathing exercises for the different skeleton classifications
Learn the key anatomical structures and muscles of the pelvis and thorax
Breakdown the optimal set ups and execution of core pelvis exercises for different skeleton classifications
Breakdown the optimal set ups and execution of core thorax exercises for different skeleton classifications
Understand the key points that constitute the fundamentals of sagittal plane, frontal plane, and transverse plane exercises
Evaluate the degree of competency of exercises in the sagittal plane, frontal plane, and transverse plane
Know the appropriate ways to correct errors seen in sagittal plane, frontal plane, and transverse plane exercises
After Attending Participants Will be able to:
Measure and evaluate people based on limitations in the breathing pattern and range of motion testing on a table
Coach people in how to set up and execute breathing exercises
Coach people in how to set up and execute core exercises for the pelvis and thorax
Recognize whether core exercises are performed optimally in the sagittal, frontal, and transverse planes
Know the optimal way to coach people to fix errors in sagittal plane, frontal, plane, and transverse plane exercise execution
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