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Fascia, a connective tissue that surrounds muscles, bones, and organs, plays a crucial role in human movement and function. Understanding its importance and how it affects the body's movements can greatly enhance a personal trainer's ability to design effective exercise programs tailored to their clients' needs.
By delving into fascia training, trainers can gain insight into how fascial restrictions or imbalances can impact mobility, posture, and overall performance. Incorporating this knowledge allows trainers to address these limitations proactively, helping clients achieve better results while reducing the risk of injury.
Furthermore, incorporating fascia training techniques in sessions can lead to enhanced functional movement patterns, and improved strength and flexibility gains. These methods provide an innovative approach that goes beyond traditional fitness training approaches.
As the demand for effective and holistic workout programs continues to grow, personal trainers armed with specialised knowledge in fascia training biomechanics will have a competitive edge. They will be equipped with new tools to assess their clients' needs accurately and develop individualized programs that focus on improving not only physical performance but also overall well-being.
In conclusion, acquiring knowledge of fascia training biomechanics and body movement is becoming increasingly necessary for every personal trainer seeking professional development. This comprehensive understanding enables trainers to create high-quality workout programs focused on maximizing client outcomes while considering the complex interplay between muscles, joints, and connective tissues.
Content of the course
Taking part in sport can result in injury to any part of the body. These injuries can be caused by a variety of factors that can be grouped into two categories- extrinsic or intrinsic.
During this course close look at the anatomical structures involved and the mechanisms of injury.You van also use the exercise interventions to prevent injury with your clients. You will learn about some of the most common sports injuries that people suffer from, and how to help rehabilitate them.
This course requires a recognised, valid and current Fitness Instructor or Gym Instructor qualification which is accredited and mapped at EQF Level 3 | NQF level 4* such as the PFS FITNESS GROUP INSTRUCTOR or PFS GYM INSTRUCTOR. If you didn't qualify with us, a scanned copy of your certificate will be required in response to your registration confirmation email.
This course is open for everyone who wants to improve their teaching skills and general knowledge in the field, walking the path of development and reach excellence.
Course hours that require 100% attendance:
Part 1: Online Theory and Course Introduction
Part 2: Practical in the gym or online
+ Additional self-study required.
Upon the completion of the course and successful participation in both course elements.
Certificates obtained: PFS Fascia Training® Biomechanics and Body Movement
All our courses are accredited and recognised worldwide.
All PFS qualifications meet industry standards that have been developed and published by the European Health & Fitness Association (EHFA).
We operate on a first come, first serve basis with no exceptions.
We allow only 10 places per course.
To secure your place on the course the payment should be made upon registration.
We allow 5 calendar days to receive payment before your place is given to another person that has paid.
After 5 calendar days have passed, and we haven't received any payment, you will need to register again if places are still available.
There is no way to prolong the 5 calendar days. Registrations are not accepted if you have already registered and the initial 5 days have not elapsed.
If we have received a late Early Bird payment (i.e. you registered for Early Bird but we haven't received payment within 5 calendar days) you will be liable for the Normal Price as outlined in our Terms & Conditions. No exceptions will be made.
If you have signed up at the Normal Price or Early Bird price and we haven't received the full amount from you before the start of the course, then you will be subject to instalment payments.