Grounded Athlete is a continuing education certified course detailing the principles implemented when training athletes at Fischer Institute. Consisting of five main sections, emphasis will be on athletic movement, how and where athletes load, accelerate, decelerate, sequential force transfer from the ground up, and core & strength training considerations and variables.
Developed by PMR
Section 1 - Sequential Application of Segments
Break down common athlete movement patterns | Identify where the athlete loads, accelerates, and decelerates | Force from ground up
Section 2 - The Core
What makes up the core | Relevance of the Core for athletes competing in different sports | Core training variables to consider
Section 3 - Sport Stress Analysis
8 factors to consider prior to programming (common movements/areas of high stress) | Factors that help coaches know athlete's requirements
Section 4 - Programming
8 program components to consider when programming for athletes, regardless of sport
Section 5 - Group Stations
Split into groups and cycle through multiple interactive stations | Progressions / Variations / Tri-Planar / Sport relevant cuing
ALL WHO ATTEND RECEIVE A WORKBOOK TO ACCOMPANY COURSE CONTENT
GOALS & OBJECTIVES
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) approved 0.5 CEU(s) in category A for certified individuals attending this event.
PMR is recognized by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. 1.2 NASM CEUs