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barefoot Training Specialist®: Level 1 online
This 10 hour certificate program prepares you for Levels 2 and 3 of the EBFA Barefoot Training Specialist® Certificate Program. Whether a client's goal is corrective exercise, performance or weight management, barefoot and foot-specific training can create faster and greater results. Integrate barefoot training into small group and group fitness applications for creativity, challenge and injury prevention. Use corrective barefoot training for clients and patients with ACL injuries, low back pain, ankle instability, SI joint dysfunction, jip labral injuries, and several other lower extremity difficulties.
Certificate Price: $159.00 USD
Barefoot balance training
The only contact point between the body and the ground is the foot - or more specifically the plantar foot. This course will explore the benefits of barefoot science combined with balance training as one of the most effective means for building foot strength, knee alignment and lumbopelvic hip stability. Learn how the plantar foot is the critical step in achieving proximal stability for distal mobility and how the human body is designed to move from the ground up. Are you barefoot strong?
Investment Price: $49.95 USD
Biomechanics of lower back pain
Almost 80% of American adults will suffer low back pain at some point. Interestingly, 70-80% of low back pain is associated with musculoskeletal imbalances and improper core activation during everyday movement. Join us as we take a look at the latest research on the biomechanics of low back pain. From the hip to the foot, you will be surprised by how many different imbalances attribute to low back pain. Help your clients get their bodies back in balance and move pain free!
Investment Price: $59.95 USD
The Functional foot & ankle: Level 1
This organized actions of the foot and ankle complex is often overlooked and misunderstood in the health-fitness industry. This adaptive lever plays a role in every upright action from human locomotion to squats and lunges. With the advancement of the fitness industry and expanding role of the fitness professional there is greater likelihood of encountering a client with foot pathology or foot compensations. To remain competitive among your colleagues and to achieve the best results with your clients, it is imperative to gain an understanding of the role the foot and ankle play in creating and modifying fitness programs.