CES Corrective Exercise

Prehabilitation Through Corrective Exercise: A Guide for Trainers

Andrew Mills 0
NASM Corrective Exercise Specialists (CES) can provide targeted help to improve their client’s baseline physical health before surgical intervention. The purpose of prehabilitation is to put the client into the best position possible for post-procedure ...
Read More

CES

The Regional Interdependence Model And Corrective Exercise

Dr. Scott Cheatham 0
In 2007, a group of physical therapy scholars published a scientific paper that formalized a musculoskeletal examination and treatment paradigm called the Regional Interdependence Model (RI) (Wainner et al., 2007). Let's explore further how the RI model ...
Read More

CES

A Guide to NASM's Corrective Exercise Continuum (CEx)

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
1
Corrective Exercises are all about helping people move and feel better whether it’s while working out or just living their everyday life. In order to accomplish this, it requires a true and in-depth understanding of four phases that comprise the ...
Read More

CES Fitness Foam Rolling

Foam Roller Exercises

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
0
Effective and efficient rolling means identifying and targeting the muscles that need it – the muscles that are likely the root cause of less than optimal movement. In many cases, muscles become overactive and short, leading to sensations of tightness ...
Read More

CES Fitness Foam Rolling

What Do Foam Rollers Do?

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
0
In the last decade, the use of foam rolling has become increasingly popular for athletes and average Joes alike. Foam rolling as a corrective exercise method makes sense – they feel "good," seem to work well, have an excellent cost to benefit ratio, and ...
Read More

CES rest

The Importance of Sleep and Recovery

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
0
When we think of corrective exercise, we often picture the process of trying to correct a less than optimal movement pattern with rolling, lengthening, activation, and integration techniques. Improving movement quality requires an individual to inhibit ...
Read More

Certified Personal Trainer CES Fitness personal training American Fitness Magazine American Fitness Magazine Summer 2019

Training Edge: Industry News, Insights, and Tools

Laura Quaglio
Laura Quaglio
0
Build Neck Strength to Lower Concussion Risk In recent news published in the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, researchers who examined previous studies on concussion concluded that increasing neck strength “could substantially reduce ...
Read More

CES American Fitness Magazine

Smart Steps: Corrective Approaches for Low Arches and Plantar Fasciitis

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
0
Proper assessment and training of the foot musculature are vital to optimal health. Given that the feet are our foundation and interact with our environment daily, it affects the whole body if they hurt. The American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society ...
Read More

Certified Personal Trainer CES Fitness Corrective Exercise

Understanding Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
0
Read More

CES Sports Medicine

Hip Impingement Unhinged: Mobilizing the Hamstrings and Pelvis

Kyle Stull
Kyle Stull
0
Personal trainers will likely encounter a client with hip impingement as a training concern. Improve your client’s hip mobility with these stretching and strengthening techniques, plus cueing advice for pelvic positioning.
Read More
1 2 3 4 5
... 7