Levers and Movement:
What do you see when you look at someone performing a physical skill? Do you see a specific set of muscles performing a specific set of actions?
The act of moving occurs because levers create a series of rotations that produce the desired action. When you understand these actions, you can more effectively assess and program exercises specific to a physical skill.
Join Adarian Barr and Jenn Pilotti Friday, July 8 at 12:00PST to learn:
• What levers are
• How assessing levers can allow you to see a person’s blind spots in their movement patterns
• How assessing levers can create more effective programs
• Why understanding levers is instrumental to motor control, coordination, and speed
This webinar is appropriate for anyone who trains, teaches, coaches, or wants to understand their own movement patterns. Register at link in bio. Come prepared to think, ask questions, and deepen your understanding of movement and athleticism.