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FMS (Online Course)

FMS (Online Course)

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YOUR MOVEMENT JOURNEY ACCELERATES HERE

Functional Movement Screen (FMS)

Your clients and athletes trust you to improve their overall health and performance. Understanding fundamental movement principles is essential for effectively and efficiently designing a path for success. Your journey through our system starts with the Movement Experience and FMS Level 1 where you will optimize your understanding of movement and how setting a baseline can positively impact it. That baseline tool is the Functional Movement Screen and helps you pinpoint where an individual’s greatest training opportunity lies.

After gaining a proficient understanding of movement and how to gauge a person’s movement ability, you are ready for where the real magic happens: how to train with purpose and precision in FMS Level 2. Learn how to make actionable steps toward enhanced movement by uncovering the hidden potential that your clients and athletes have yet to discover due to underlying movement limitations.

Once an acceptable range of movement competency is met, it is time to progress clients to higher-level capacity testing — the Fundamental Capacity Screen (FCS).

Other FMS Online Courses

Fundamental Capacity Screen

Enhancing performance is a common goal for many, but what if there are fundamental fitness issues hindering those you train from reaching their true potential?

The Fundamental Capacity Screen (FCS) gives you those answers, and is an innovative approach to fitness testing to get your clients and athletes on the most efficient path to optimal performance.

SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequisite without Text

Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)

The SFMA is our clinical assessment for those who experience pain. It is a movement based diagnostic system which systematically finds the cause of pain – not just the source – by logically breaking down dysfunctional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment.

Look at it this way. When you head to the hospital for shooting arm pain, the immediate course of action is to check your heart, not your arm. The symptoms down your arm are just a result of a problem elsewhere in the body. Similarly, the SFMA focuses on underlying dysfunctional movement to find the cause of pain, not just the source. This concept is better known as regional interdependence – how seemingly unrelated problems are actually driving the dysfunction.

Introduction to Indian Clubs Online Course with Text

Introduction to Indian Clubs

The SFMA is our clinical assessment for those who experience pain. It is a movement based diagnostic system which systematically finds the cause of pain – not just the source – by logically breaking down dysfunctional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment.

Look at it this way. When you head to the hospital for shooting arm pain, the immediate course of action is to check your heart, not your arm. The symptoms down your arm are just a result of a problem elsewhere in the body. Similarly, the SFMA focuses on underlying dysfunctional movement to find the cause of pain, not just the source. This concept is better known as regional interdependence – how seemingly unrelated problems are actually driving the dysfunction.

Breathing Course with Text

Screening and Assessing Breathing: A Multidimensional Approach

This course is designed for both the fitness and healthcare provider and covers the background and details of functional and dysfunctional breathing. It introduces the “EAARS” model of breathing function and a novel “Breathing Screen.” Several tools to assess and test for breathing dysfunction are also provided.

Additionally, we introduce a breathing re-training exercise approach, grounded in the neurodevelopmental progression that can be applied in the fitness and rehabilitation settings.

The course is organized into 7 learning units including hands-on assessment and treatment demonstrations in a case-study format.

Y Balance Test Online Course with Text

FMS Y Balance Test

Asymmetries are a factor in increased injury risk.

How do we measure and quantify a person’s motor control and functional symmetry? The Y Balance Test (YBT). YBT allows us to quarter the body – left versus right and upper versus lower body – to test how the core and each extremity function under bodyweight loads.

The Y Balance Test was developed through years of research in injury prevention and identification of motor control changes that occur after injury. The YBT is a simple way to measure a person’s motor control and demonstrate functional symmetry. The result? A map that identifies road blocks to a person’s functional performance both in rehabilitation and performance worlds.