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Sixty percent of the power a body can generate comes from the area that extends from the hips to the diaphragm: the core “power zone.” Todd uses the Swiss and medicine balls, Bosu and power wheel to develop trunk stabilization and strength and movement speed in the core muscles. Whether your client’s goal is to be free of back pain or to improve sports performance, this course will take him or her to the next level. CE Course from Todd Durkin Enterprises and Desert Southwest Fitness, Inc.

Course Objectives:
1.Describe the purpose and importance of core conditioning.
2.Identify the muscles that make up the core.
3.Describe the components of an effective core conditioning program.
4.Recommend a proper progression for core training.
5.Perform the core conditioning exercises using the suggested equipment and following the cues provided on the DVD.
6.Design a 10-minute practice core conditioning program using the suggested program design guidelines on the DVD.
7.Demonstrate and teach core conditioning exercises to a client or athlete using cues and smooth transitions.

CECs
ACE 0.30
ACSM 3.00
AEA 1.50
AFPA 3.00
BCRPA 3.00
BOC ATC 3.00
CI 3.00
CMTBC 3.00
COPS-KT 0.30
ISSA 3.00

NASN 0.30
NCSF 1.50
NETA 3.00
NFPT 1.00
NSCA-CPT 0.30
NSCA-CSCS0.30
NSPA 3.00
USAT 3.00
W.I.T.S. 3.00
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Sixty percent of the power a body can generate comes from the area that extends from the hips to the diaphragm: the core “power zone.” Todd uses the Swiss and medicine balls, Bosu and power wheel to develop trunk stabilization and strength and movement speed in the core muscles. Whether your client’s goal is to be free of back pain or to improve sports performance, this course will take him or her to the next level. CE Course from Todd Durkin Enterprises and Desert Southwest Fitness, Inc. Course Objectives: 1.Describe the purpose and importance of core conditioning. 2.Identify the muscles that make up the core. 3.Describe the components of an effective core conditioning program. 4.Recommend a proper progression for core training. 5.Perform the core conditioning exercises using the suggested equipment and following the cues provided on the DVD. 6.Design a 10-minute practice core conditioning program using the suggested program design guidelines on the DVD. 7.Demonstrate and teach core conditioning exercises to a client or athlete using cues and smooth transitions. CECs ACE 0.30 ACSM 3.00 AEA 1.50 AFPA 3.00 BCRPA 3.00 BOC ATC 3.00 CI 3.00 CMTBC 3.00 COPS-KT 0.30 ISSA 3.00 NASN 0.30 NCSF 1.50 NETA 3.00 NFPT 1.00 NSCA-CPT 0.30 NSCA-CSCS0.30 NSPA 3.00 USAT 3.00 W.I.T.S. 3.00

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