The course provides knowledge and tools to define priorities and actions in functional training.
Expected learning outcomes
Students will acquire skills in: basic movement in performance; recognizing and correcting dysfunctional movement patterns; use of appropriate tests and assessment; planning work progress for inclusion in training.
Purpose of functional training Basic movements Principles of qualitative analysis of movement Setting priorities for training Recognizing dysfunctional movement Practical exercises
Prerequisites for admission
Basic knowledge of human anatomy and physiology; theory, techniques, and methods of teaching physical activity and effective use of Italian.
Lessons are held in the lecture hall and in sports facilities.
Athletic Development Vern - Gambetta; Human Kinetics Assessment and treatment of Muscle imbalance - Page; Frank; Lardner. Athletic Body in balance - Cook - Human Kinetics Movement - Cook - Kindle ed. - OTP Ed Functional Training - Boyle - Human Kinetics Advances in Functional Training - Boyle - OTP Muscles: Testing And Function With Posture And Pain - Kendall - (Muscoli: Funzioni e test - Kendall - Verducci Kinesiology of the Muscoloskeletal System - Neumann Mosby Pub Med