You have to learn to crawl before you can run. This little bit of wisdom is both allegorical and literal. Functionally, everyone has to master basic forms of movement before moving onto more complex forms of movement. In this course, Gary Gray and a special operations training specialist examine the development of on-ground function and its influence on more complex forms. This course will help in exploring and understanding the normal milestones of motor development. Gary provides knowledge that makes it evident the functionality of accomplishing things on the ground. Concurrently, you will be shown how critical on-ground function is for proper function into adulthood. Together they explore its role in adult function, while discussing and demonstrating techniques to master and maintain it.
By the end of this online course you will be able to do the following: (1) Understand normal milestones of motor development. (2) Appreciate how function is developed through motion. (3) Facilitate complex forms of function from basic forms of function. (4) Analyze On-Ground Function to integrate with all forms of function. (5) Tweak On-Ground Function to facilitate the desired Chain Reaction™. (6) Transform On-Ground Function into upright function. (7) Develop various forms of three dimensional On-Ground Functional matrixes. (8) Realize the pros and cons of On-Ground rehabilitation and training
|On Ground Function Functional Understanding||Video||(Required)|
|On Ground Function Analysis Rehabilitation||Video||(Required)|
|On Ground Function Analysis Rehabilitation Debrief||Video||(Required)|
|On Ground Function Functional Training Conditioning||Video||(Required)|