Hamstring Injuries

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Course Description

In this short one hour course, you will learn the basics of how to deal with clients with Hamstring Injuries in a movement studio setting. You will learn the mechanisms for hamstring injuries, and different focus for recovery.

The course will go through some of the more common mechanisms for injuries as well as explaining the difference between traumatic, active overstretch and passive overstretch injuries.

Most of the course focuses on practical applications and exercises that you can start implementing immediately in the studio with your clients. You will learn exercises for increased strength balance, reaction times and strength. All of them are specifically tailored for clients through various stages of recovery for the different injury types.

Who is this course for

Any movement teachers wanting to expand their knowledge when working with clients following a variety of sporting and dancing activities. The strategies learnt in this course are also great to start incorporating in the healthy client group to support strength, balance and posture as they age.

What you get

When purchasing the Hamstring Injuries online course, you will receive 3 year access to all course material. This includes the online video lessons, covering theory and exercise strategies.

For a small taste of this course view the free sample lesson on Dipping Bird.

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