Core Training, Metabolic Syndrome, Corrective Exercise
MAKE YOUR PASSION YOUR PROFESSION
LOOKING FOR A CHANGE IN CAREER?
MAKE A CAREER IN FITNESS!
1. CORE TRAINING
A conditioned core is essential for efficient & injury free movement.
This workshop focuses on a tri- phasic program for strengthening the core using
• resistance such as weights & cables & medicine balls.
• balance challenges such as stability balls, BOSU, functional exercises
• structural or core movements that train multiple muscle groups of the body while
engaging the core.
2. THE METABOLIC SYNDROME
The metabolic syndrome, also known as INSULIN RESISTANCE SYNDROME
or SYNDROME X, is characterized by a group of cardio metabolic risk factors.
The public health impact of this syndrome is weighty; given it is a primary risk
factor for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes
Indians are considered to be especially at risk for the development of the
metabolic syndrome. It is proposed that every 5 th Indian will develop diabetes and
every 5 th diabetic will be an Indian.
Learn to modify the risk factors that contribute toward the metabolic syndrome
through behavior modification, optimal nutrition and most importantly, physical
3. CORRECTIVE EXERCISE
Corrective exercises for various links in kinetic chains of the body from the view
of posture, injury prevention and performance enhancement. Special emphasis on
Scapulohumeral rhythm and pelvic function and corrective exercise regarding the
Increasingly, scientic evidence suggests that function of pelvis is essential for
almost every task. The restoration of function and performance depends upon
being able to identify and treat underlying source of problem. It is common to find
pelvis as criminal in some cases and victim in others.
he Scapulohumeral rhythm is the movement of the scapula across the thoracic
cage in relation to the humerus. This movement can be compromised by anything
that changes the position of the scapula. This could be an imbalance in the
muscles that hold the scapula in place . This imbalance can affect the posture of a
person and also can affect the range of movements of the shoulder.