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NPCP CECs
Applying Movement Science to Your Pilates Sessions Coming Soon!
Workshops are available to Forever Members months in advance.
Available on  08/12/2021
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$39.00 USD Forever Members enjoy early access, special pricing, and no expiration dates! If you’d like to take advantage of this special price, please add Forever Access here and then come back to this page to make your purchase. (If you have Forever Access - make sure you are logged in to make this pricing available.)
NPCP CECS 4 until 06/24/2022


Previously PMA

*NPCP CECs are only available until the date listed. Be sure to complete the quiz and download your certificate by this deadline.
*NPCP accepts a maximum of 12 online CECs toward their bienial CEC requirement. Details.

Description

In this online Pilates workshop, Adam McAtee explores exercise science principles, literature, and current research, offering strategies and specific examples of how to use movement science to enhance your Pilates teaching.

Learn techniques for building strength, strategies for effective cueing, and evidence-based guidelines for working with pain and injury.

Adam shows you how to incorporate the latest exercise science into your Pilates class to help your clients get stronger, move more efficiently, and meet their fitness goals.

Objectives

  • Learn movement science principles for building strength
  • Apply exercise science research into Pilates teaching
  • Explore the research behind different cueing strategies
  • Highlight the difference between pain and injury
  • Build an evidence-based Pilates program for a client experiencing pain


Concepts & Techniques

  • Strategies and techniques for building strength
  • Increasing exercise intensity
  • Incorporating circuits and drop sets into a Pilates class
  • Adding load to Pilates exercises
  • Internal vs. external cueing
  • Applying the SAID principle when designing a Pilates program

Props & Equipment Used

  • Reformer
  • Weights (a 10-lb weight is used in the demonstration)

Workshop Level

  • Advanced
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate


Duration & Access

This workshop is  approximately 3 hours  long and you have 30 days of access
(No expiration for Forever Access Members)
 
 

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