Movement Pattern Evaluation Series: Rotation

Movement Pattern Evaluation Series: Rotation Pattern. Kinesics recommends assessing the axial skeleton, which includes the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions of the spine. Each region has an optimal biomechanical position to dissipate forces safely and  an ideal range of motion to produce force for stabilization and movement. 

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Niki Driscoll
How ROM Relates To Your Clients’ Goals

If you’re a personal trainer, you’re a salesperson. You are selling your clients on the idea of implementing healthy habits into their lives. It’s your job to deliver the information necessary to convince them to take action. Your delivery will change based on who you are talking to and what their goals are.

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Niki Driscoll
ROM Measurements Aren't Just For Therapists

If you’re a personal trainer, you know that your clients look to you for advice on everything from exercise and nutrition to aches, pains, and life coaching. The scope of practice line can become blurry. That’s why it’s important that you know what you can and can’t do—and why.

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Niki Driscoll