by C.H.E.K. Institute (www.chekinstitute.com)

 

Medicine balls can be used for a wide range of purposes from rehabilitation to explosive training or endurance training. Due to the dynamic capabilities of medicine ball Training, there is a high functional carry over into athletic performance and every day life. The trainer or strength coach will learn:

  • Why medicine ball training works and how to select appropriate medicine ball size and weight.
  • Program design for optimal performance, including criteria for choosing repetitions, sets, intensity, rest periods and speed of movement.
  • The science of strength and power development for torso, rotator cuff, upper and lower extremities using medicine balls.
  • Precautions for orthopedic conditions and rehabilitation exercises.

Medicine ball training provides excellent variety in movement patterns, speed of movement, functional eccentric loading and adds an excellent dimension to the programs of any personal trainer, athlete, athletic trainer and/or strength coach.

Participants of this seminar will received a Certificate of Attendance.

CEU and CEC Information:

Organisations CEC or CEU Points/Hours
 ACE 1.3
 NATA 11.0
 NASM 0.7
 NSCA 0.7
 ISSA 7.0
 ACSM 1.3

 

About the Presenter

Janet Alexander Dip. P.E., Dip. Tchg, C.H.E.K Certified, CHEK Certified Golf Biomechanic

A committed endurance athlete, Janet Alexander draws her experience from a varied career base, including teaching, sales and marketing, advertising and design as well as working with clients requiring sports and orthopedic rehabilitation. Janet is one of the Senior Faculty at the C.H.E.K Institute and works with several top athletes and their coaches from the PGA and LPGA. 

 

Course Date and Venue


Course title:C.H.E.K. Institute - Dynamic Medicine Ball Training
Date: 1 December 2008
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm
Venue: SAFRA Tampines
Fees: S$395 per person
Closing date for registration: 28 November 2008
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