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Improve Movement, Evan Osar

In this lecture, Evan Osar covers what he considers the three principles that govern movement: respiration, joint centration and integration. He’ll break down these three important concepts and leave you with an understanding of basic human movement.

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Evan Osar Human Movement – Improving Movement – How to Improve Movement

In this lecture, Evan Osar covers what he considers the three principles that govern movement: respiration, joint centration and integration. He’ll break down these three important concepts and leave you with an understanding of basic human movement and How to Improve Movement.

“If we’re going to become a solution our general population clients need and want, we can’t adopt an approach and utilize strategies developed for the highly developed and unique individual. We must develop a strategy based upon working with clients with average and sometimes less-than-average movement skills, recuperative ability and who often present to us with dysfunction and/or injury.” ~Evan Osar

TOPIC MARKERS

• Why Focus on Movement? (2:00)
• The 3 Principles (6:00)
• Respiration (7:45)
• Joint Centration (9:00)
• Integration (10:45)
• Why Things go Wrong (12:05)
• Developmental Issue (12:25)
• Trauma (14:15)
• Learned Behavior (16:50)
• Corrective Exercise (21:20)
• Cuing (25:05)
• The Core (33:05)
• The Foot Tripod (35:50)
• Conclusion (37:55)

LECTURER BIO

Evan Osar is a chiropractic physician who specializes in corrective sports medicine. He’s written books, articles and created training DVDs, which you’ll find, along with his twice-monthly newsletters and recent book, The Corrective Exercise Approach to Common Movement Dysfunctions of the Shoulder and Hip, at fitnesseducationseminars.com.

Who Benefits?

Trainers, coaches and clinicians who want to learn more about correctives

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LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 44 minutes; Transcript: 11 pages; Mp3 file size: 112 MBs

This is a digital product with immediate access to download. There is no physical version of this product.

$4.95