Muscle System Specialist Advanced Course 2: Observing and Understanding Individual Motricity and Its Subjectiveness in a Concrescent System
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This course content is for graduates of the Full Muscle System Specialist Course (LIVE! or On-Line).
The content will expand on the information acquired in the full course and will include a significant amount of practical application based on the real data collected from the participants in the course.
It will further develop the Control-Sensation-Materials Decision Process Paradigm by comparing and contrasting biological models based on an assembly-based view versus a concrescent-based body view.
MSS Advanced Course 2: Observing and Understanding Individual Motricity and Its Subjectiveness in a Concrescent System
The course will delve deeper into the relationship between the subjective sensation reporting of a client with the demonstrated bio-motor control under conditions along with the client’s body materials (e.g. tendons, ligaments, cartilage, etc.) as it relates to interpreting the client’s state and making decisions about exercise creation and implementation.
A review of the suppositions for the body-view espoused by Exercise Professional Education (Bio-Motor Configurationalism) will be presented as it relates to the philosophical and methodological underpinnings of exercise.
Course Objectives and Goals
Understand the process for setting up conditions and making observations about individual bio-motor expression.
Learn to interpret the subjective sensation reports of the client and their potential relationship to building and using exercise.
Learn about how the various bodily materials are constructed and their tolerance and adaptability to the forces acting on them.
What You Will Learn
Course Facilitator: Greg Mack
The practical implications of how the interaction between individual motricity, the various bodily materials, and subjective sensation combine to generate the exercise experience of a unique individual under various kinetic conditions.
You will learn how to use configurations, the SARS, the QMAMC, Field Screens, and Muscle Contraction Modes and under kinetic conditions combined with the history of the client and their subjective reports to establish a working hypothesis and create assessments to test the hypothesis.
Course Times & Locations
2624 Billingsley Road
Columbus, Ohio 43235
The course begins on Friday, April 12, 2024, at 9:00 am EST
Please arrive at the course location 30 minutes early to check in and get settled so the class can start on time
Lunch for one hour at 1:00 pm
The course Ends at 5:00 pm
The course begins on Saturday, April 13, 2024, at 9:00 am EST and ends at 5:00 pm
The course begins on Sunday, April 14, 2024, at 9:00 am EST and ends at 12:00 pm
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