Functional Fitness Training

FIT185

Exploration of human movement science from the perspective of the body as an integrated unit incoporating the neural, articular, and soft tissue systems working within the kinetic chain. Theory is assimilated through cognitive, effective, and psychomotor learning experiences. Topics include functional anatomy, integrated movement principles, and common postural defects. Integrated movement training methodologies are covered, including movement preparation, anatomical and universal core stability, ascending and descending movement, injury reduction, and functional training strategies. 1 Credit ( .50 Lecture - 1.50 Lab)

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