Instructor: Brett Winchester DC, Professor Pavel Kolar, P.T., Paed. Dr., Ph.D.
Dates: Friday, Sept. 14th - Sunday, Sept. 15th
Times: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Location: To Be Determined Shortly!
- Postural-locomotion function from a developmental perspective
- Developmental kinesiology aspects for the ideal stereotype of the throwing motion
- Basic core stabilization as a prerequisite for the locomotion pattern of throwing
- The role of the diaphragm during both postural and respiratory function, how it play's into throwing mechanics and efficiency
- Correction and training of the proper breathing stereotype
- The functional differentiation of the extremities for the thrower - "Reflex Turning" and supporting function for the ipsilateral pattern during the throwing motion
- DNS Active Exercise positions to train core stabilization as a prerequisite for the ideal throwing stereotype
- Biomechanical and developmental kinesiology principles applied to the throwing athlete
- The most frequent types of musculoskeletal dysfunction resulting from non optimal throwing stereotypes and poor methodology of training
- Manual treatment, mobility/strengthening, and coordination (Active Exercises) from the developmental perspective in order to prepare the throwing athlete for play