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Laterality, Training Planes and Maxing Axes

  • Cross Courts Squash & Fitness 19 Tech Circle Natick, MA, 01760 United States (map)
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Laterality, Training Planes and Maxing Axes
Michael J. Mullin, ATC, PTA, PRC

WHEN

Saturday, February 24, 2018
9:30am-2:00pm

WHERE

Presented by: RPM Athlete Performance
Location: Cross Courts Squash & Fitness
19 Tech Circle, Natick, MA

HOW MUCH

Cost: $95

ABOUT THE CLASS

Those who are in the fitness and rehabilitation fields should recognize the importance of the
different planes of motion and the axis of rotation of our human system.  Gaining an improved understanding of the hierarchy of being able to first recognize and respect these planes, train through each of them in a sequence that is optimal, and then be able to get into tri-planar rotation through the appropriate axes of rotation is an essential part of program design.  Laterality can often be an overriding element of being able to access these planes effectively, rehabilitate optimally and then train around the appropriate axes.  The Pyramid of Laterality, which reviews the progression of system imbalance from a developmental perspective, but also covers a hierarchy of intervention strategies, will be introduced and its application to program design will be reviewed as well.

CONTACT

Contact: Malcolm Chase / (857) 400-6737
E-mail: mchase@rpmathlete.com