Neural Notching Live 16 & 17th July 2016 Active 4 Less Stevenage

£180.00

Neural Notching could also be defined as skill development. This is because the research on flexibility appears to be inconclusive when based solely on the tissue structure. Instead, it appears range of motion is the expression of skill, related to the intrinsic and extrinsic feedback the CNS has to base decisions on.
This means that skill development, movement performance, fatigue and pain management alongside movement confidence all come into play when the range of motion is being evaluated.

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Neural Notching could also be defined as skill development. This is because the research on flexibility appears to be inconclusive when based solely on the tissue structure. Instead, it appears range of motion is the expression of skill, related to the intrinsic and extrinsic feedback the CNS has to base decisions on.
This means that skill development, movement performance, fatigue and pain management alongside movement confidence all come into play when the range of motion is being evaluated.

Here is what the course will be going through the two days.
Effective Coaching Skills for
– introducing a skill
– developing a skill
– performing a skill
How to develop Exercise Clusters (FASTER’s term for skills aligned with specific variables)
How to develop effective techniques for keeping great skill sequencing through fatigue
How to develop strategies to improve range of motion and power output (either acceleration or capacity)
Although this course seems to be a performance focussed course, it is actually focussed on all people who move.
The aim of the course is to allow trainers and therapists empower their clients with a wide range of skills that can then be used to enhance the client’s life. This is whether the client would like to look better, move better, perform, live a higher standard of life or just learn a new way of moving.

Price: £180

Venue: Active 4 Less Stevenage

Address: North Road Hertfordshire SG1 4BB

Course Director: Alison Graham

Mobile: 07894 952 530

Email: alison@feelingfantasticoverforty.co.uk

 

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