Biomechanics for Fitness Pros and Personal Trainers

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This is one of the most comprehensive programs NESTA offers you.

Understanding biomechanics, human movement and joint function gives you skills that quickly make you a high-level and highly respected fitness pro.

This educational course has been developed to empower you with the knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully and safely qualitatively assess an individual from a biomechanical standpoint and customize their instruction. Biomechanics is the science that is at the heart of all personal training and coaching.

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  1. Joseph Dillon -Redmile

    Lol what a waste of time just an advertisement

  2. PeteBen

    This just ended up being a big advertisement for their biomechanics course

  3. josh Steward

    Dam that Conor McGregor example didn’t age well …

  4. vanguard is for weaboos.

    Thank you for the upload , i'm trying to learn before i go to university haha

  5. Dana Mclemore

    A whole 25 minutes of saying
    ABSOLUTELY NOTHING … no terms , no concepts of work , force , gravity.
    Geeze. Oh yes , he’s so informative ~%<^€

  6. Henry Mancil

    And if your client does encounter an issue during training, you as the CFT have to understand biomechanics in order to know what is needed to make the necessary corrections.

  7. Aaron Ilchyna

    Scott Gains? Theres no way thats his real name 😂

  8. Adjani Aguilar

    1.56m is about 5’1” and 1.63m is about 5’4”.

  9. Earl Russell

    You must love Jehovah your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. You must love your neighbor as yourself. Jesus the anointed is Lord! Repent and be baptized and believe the Gospel.

  10. Kristian Silien

    I like the Marathon example better….

  11. Mwadjuma Mukamfizi

    Nice thanks for the information

  12. Erik Boyd

    Thanks for this! Great info. I just want to make a quick observation about your assertions about injury around 9:00. You state that injuries are almost always a result of biomechanical issues. I think this statement needs to be adjusted or clarified. We need to define “injury” here. I think you are tying your assertion to a definition of injury that is too rooted in biomechanics here. If we discuss injury in this manner, what we are discussing is specifically physical damage to tissue. What the physiologist would tell you is that increasingly the working model for understanding concepts like injury and pain is the biopsychosocial model. This is because pain and damage don’t track in reality as they are often theorized to. A study showed people who with shoulder MRIs often had damage to shoulder soft tissue that had no pain, and people presenting with pain often had no damage at all. I think this is an important factor to consider and an important caveat to add here. Physical tissue damage tracks with poor biomechanics. But we need to have a more comprehensive view of pain and nuanced concept of injury to then form a correct statement around this subject matter.

    Just a minor nitpick to give some food for thought. I hope it is taken as such, and again, thank you for this video!

  13. Daniel Lynch

    What’s vo2? Everything was explained except vo2. It confused me so I googled it

  14. Fofi Fofana

    Wow thank for your knowledgeable demonstration by even citing Mc Gregory as world class example of economy of moment and of what it mean to be is mechanically adapted is absolutely igneous in order that we acquire to go more round,endures more fight due to an effective and bodymechic availability of more gas

  15. Pablo Mendez

    Nate Diaz at 13:45 let's test that example you are giving… Now Tony Ferguson would be a better example, Great video and awesome content!

  16. Shawn Abeln

    Very interesting thank you for the great information!

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