Fitt are pleased to be able to offer this Anatomical and Functional Shoulder workshop . Fitt have designed this new workshop because lots of fitness professionals, exercise enthusiasts and sports people need more information about how to look after their shoulders.
We find that a lot of people end up with shoulder injuries as a result of misalignment during normal exercise or in relation to sporting activities. Fitt’s main intention with this workshop is to provide fitness professionals and individuals with an interest in exercise and health with more information regarding the anatomy of their shoulders, correct shoulder alignment, how to manage common injuries with safe and effective exercises which will encourage recovery.
One of the main intentions of this workshop is to provide individuals and professionals with more information, so that they can incorporate shoulder stability and correct alignment during exercise and sport decreasing the amount of injuries and common re-occurring shoulder problems.
This workshop will however also talk about how to manage common shoulder injuries and conditions with stretching and strengthening exercises. We’ll also look at misalignment and muscle balance incorporating deep stabilising muscle exercises which will keep the shoulder girdle healthy and free from injuries.
The workshop will be broken up into two halves, you be looking at the theory behind the anatomy and physiology and then the practical applications and exercises will be practically based giving you the opportunity to work with your peers looking at suitable stretches and exercises to develop core stabilising muscle misalignment and strength but also recovery from some of the common injuries and conditions.
This Fitt workshop is accredited by SkillsActive.
You will cover:
- Physiology of the shoulder
- Kinetics of the shoulder joint
- Correct shoulder alignment
- Shoulder joint pathology
- Rotator cuff pathology
- Functional movement
- Common injuries
- Treatments and exercises
Course Date: Sunday 18th November 2018 9am – 1pm
There is no pre-requisite for this 4-hour workshop but if you hold a Level 2 Fitness Instructing Certificate or above you can count this towards your CPD.