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Human Performance Continuum

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Assess the human performance continuum as it pertains to rehabilitation
  2. Evaluate energy systems and their impact on movement capacity

Outline

Human Performance Continuum
Pyramid: LIVE, MOVE, PERFORM

  • LIVE: sleep, nutrition, work, function
  • MOVE: mobility, flexibility, motor control
  • PERFORM: speed, power, sport skill
Energy Systems:
Anaerobic: Alactic and Lactic
  • High energy demand
Aerobic:
  • Highly adaptive to training.  
    • Improved heart contraction strength
    • Improved heart contraction stamina
    • Improved local tissue capacity and stamina
Movement Centers:
Shoulder
  • Anatomy and mechanics
  • Fascial lines and kinetic chain
  • Assessments
Knee
  • Structural anatomy
  • Global movement
  • Assessments
Spine
  • Stabilize and transfer force
  • Mobility vs stability
  • Assessments

Copyright : 05/01/2019

Bulletproof Summit: A Movement Experience

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Identify the biomechanics, joint contributions, myofascial layerings that influence lower quarter performance and health.
  2. Apply baseline assessment for necessary movement quality prior to implementing high level lower quarter fitness.
  3. Implement appropriate mobility interventions for specific limitations for lower quarter.
  4. Utilize appropriate speed, change of direction, and impact progressions for knee performance and health.
  5. Analyze how the ankle and hip affect the knee from a joint by joint approach.
  6. Identify the biomechanics, joint contributions, myofascial layering’s that influence upper quarter performance and health.
  7. Apply baseline assessment for necessary movement quality prior to implementing high level upper quarter fitness.
  8. Implement appropriate exercise progression for the upper quarter along the rehabilitation and performance continuum.
  9. Critique the role of regional interdependence as it pertains to the spine.
  10. Apply assessment for necessary movement quality prior to implementing high level spine fitness.
  11. Assess developmental drills for trunk integrity.
  12. Create progressions toward basic movement patterns of the hip hinge and load/ support/carry.
  13. Assess developmental drills for the upper and lower quarters.
  14. Identify situations where the use of a kettlebell will facilitate improved motor control and strength.
  15. Utilize the Hardstyle Kettlebell Basic Patterns including: the arm-bar, the halo, the overhead carry, the single-arm KB press, the get up.
  16. Identify appropriate exercise and mobility implementation via case study exercise. 

Outline

BULLETPROOF SUMMIT OUTLINE
Evaluate the biomechanics, joint contributions, myofascial layers that influence health and performance

Spine

  • Investigate regional interdependence
  • Trunk integrity from the ground up
  • Progressions for hip hinge and load/support/carry
  • Improve motor control and strength
  • Implement appropriate exercise progressions along the rehabilitation to performance continuum
Knee
  • Influences of the hip and ankle on knee performance
  • Mobility and motor control interventions
  • Implement appropriate exercise progressions along the rehabilitation to performance continuum
  • Change of direction
  • Impact progressions
Shoulder
  • Vertical and horizontal push/pull patterns
  • Implement appropriate exercise progressions along the rehabilitation to performance continuum
  • Improve motor control and strength
  • Developmental drills for the upper quarter

Human Movement Performance Continuum
Joint by Joint Exercise Progressions for the Spine, Knee and Shoulder

LIVE
Fragile population, working towards ADLs

  • Creating Heart Rate Profile
    • Heart rate recovery
    • Identify aerobic zone
  • Dosing Cardiovascular Exercise
    • Intervals for appropriate dosing
      • Aerobic & Anaerobic
    • Considerations for lactic work
    • Goal settings to push for improvements
MOVE
  • Testing Functional Movement Patterns
    • Flexibility
    • Mobility
    • Motor Control
    • Isometric Capacity
    • Progressions through strength, speed and power
  • Interventions for limitations
PERFORM
Advanced movement and athletes
  • Influence mindset, habit and movement pattern formation
  • Sport Specific Training
  • Advanced mobility & stability testing and interventions

HANDS-ON LABS!

Assessments

  • Motion and foundational strength
  • Pattern Development
  • Open and closed chain strength
  • Mobility and stability
Power + Speed
  • Strength drill progressions
  • Speed + power progressions
  • Open and closed chain power development
Stamina
  • Strategies for slow twitch development
  • Manipulation of time
CASE STUDIES
  • Simulate creation of treatment plans using course content
  • Incorporate understanding of joint by joint approach
  • Apply assessments and interventions based on human movement performance continuum

Copyright : 10/12/2019