NASM and AFAA Recertification - Balance Training Concepts Certification Course
What’s the first image that pops into your head when you hear about someone having great balance? You probably envision someone maintaining a single-leg yoga pose, and you would be correct. However, balance does not work in isolation and is not just a static pose. Balance is a component of all movements, regardless of whether strength, speed, flexibility or endurance dominates the movement. Balance is also dynamic. For example, balance is an important part of playing sports or simply walking up and down the stairs.
- Describe balance and its purpose.
- Rationalize the importance of balance training.
- Help design a balance-training program for clients in any level of training.
- Teach to perform, describe and instruct various balance-training exercises.