Functional Training Workshop Group Registration/Nebraska

(PT/PTA-15.5 OT/COTA-15 LMT-15 DC/CA-16 ISFTA-8 NASM-0.4 ACE-0.4)

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(PT/PTA-15.5 OT/COTA-15 LMT-15 DC/CA-16 ISFTA-8 NASM-0.4 ACE-0.4)

It is rare to find a physical activity that does not involve posture, balance, stability and mobility. Many therapists, trainers, coaches and practitioners are focusing in the area of training with a “functional” purpose. This one day workshop combines two of the functional training methodologies being utilized today; Stability Balls and Foam Rollers. This workshop is a MUST for any medical or fitness professional looking to help improve their clients mobility and stability in order to improve performance and prevent injury.

Myofascial Release: Foam Roller Technique Workshop

This interactive workshop is designed to identify foam rolling techniques and demonstrate how they can be used to improve overall health and performance. Both fitness and medical professionals will benefit from and enjoy this course.

Stability Ball Trainer Workshop

Since its introduction into the fitness industry, the stability ball has found a niche for
those looking to increase their core strength and joint stability. However, there have
been very few programs available to show how the ball can be used as a transitional tool between therapy fitness.

This class is open to those who are already certified as a Personal Trainer and licensed medical professionals.

*A Stability Ball and Foam Roller are necessary for this course. You may bring your own and or purchase them at the ISFTA Store.

Agenda:

8:00 AM-8:30 AM: Stability Ball Basics; Sizing, Care & Storage.
8:30 AM- 9:00 AM: Flexibility Exercises
9:00 AM- 9:45 AM: Cardiovascular exercises abdominal/core exercises
9:45 AM-10:45 AM: Upper & Lower Body Strengthening
10:45 AM-11:30 AM:
Protocols & Rehab Considerations
11:30 AM-12:00 PM:
Principles of introducing the stability ball into the treatment program
12:00
PM-12:30 PM: Lunch (on your own)
12:30 PM-1:00 PM: SMR Topics (Lecture)
1:00 PM-1:30 PM: Assessing Overactive Muscles (Lecture)
1:30 PM-2:00 PM:
Overhead Squat Assessment (Hands On)
2:00 PM-2:15 PM: Review/Discuss Group Findings
2:15 PM-2:30 PM:
Single Leg Squat Assessment (Lecture)
2:30 PM-3:15 PM:
Single Leg Squat Assessment (Hands On)
3:15 PM-3:30 PM:
Review/Discuss Group Findings
3:30 PM-4:00 PM:
Key Application Points (Lecture)
4:00 PM-4:30 PM: SMR Tools (Lecture)
4:30 PM-5:00 PM: SMR Exercises (Lecture)
5:00 PM-6:00 PM: SMR (Hands On)
6:00 PM: Q&A/Wrap-Up

CE Approvals:

PT/PTA – 15.5 CE Hours
OT/COTA – 15 CE Hours
LMT – 15 CE Hours
DC/CA – 16 CE Hours
8 ISFTA CEC’s
0.4 NASM(Course # 1,832)
0.4 ACE CEC’s

Stability Ball Trainer Workshop Course Approvals:

Nebraska Board of Physical Therapy Practice
Nebraska Board of Occupational Therapy
Nebraska Board of Massage Therapy
NCBTMB AP # 451827-11
Nebraska Chiropractic BOARD

Myofascial Release: Foam Roller Technique Workshop Course Approvals:

Nebraska Board of Physical Therapy Practice
Nebraska Board of Occupational Therapy
Nebraska Board of Massage Therapy
NCBTMB AP # 451827-11
Nebraska Chiropractic BOARD

If you need any assistance, you can e-mail info@isfta.com or call at 1-877-99-ISFTA.

Please E-mail Enrollees names and e-mail address to info@isfta.com in order to be added to the class attendance sheet.

 

(Please Note) If you are not interested in a single payer group arrangement please contact our office @ info@isfta.com or 1-877-99-ISFTA.
We do have other arrangements that would facilitate individual payment and still be eligible for our group rates listed above.

 

*All participants in ISFTA continuing education programs are entitled to an accessible, accommodating, and supportive teaching and learning environment. Students have the right to request accommodations and the responsibility to provide disability documentation that supports those requests. ISFTA has the right to establish eligibility guidelines in accordance with both law and policy regarding disability and provide those accommodations that appropriately provide equalaccess to the programs and activities it sponsors.