Course

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Kolar (DNS)
A Developmental Kinesiology Approach

Training Stabilization in Strength and Conditioning

September 8 - 9, 2018

2 - Day  Course in English

Teaching hours:

Day 1: 9.00-17.00 hod

Day 2: 9.00-15.00 hod

 

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Centrum pohybové medicíny
Pobočka Waltrovka
Walterovo náměstí 329/2
158 00 Praha 5-Jinonice
www.cpmpk.cz/kontakt/

Instructor

Richard Ulm, DC

Organizer:

Alena Kobesova,MD, PhD
alenamudr@me.com

Course Program Taught in English!

 

Statement: Training proper stabilization and movement strategies is of paramount importance in both rehabilitation and strength training.  Often, because of our natural desire to push our athletes as hard as possible, we train them beyond their ability to maintain proper stabilizing strategies.  Both physiotherapists and strength trainers need to understand proper stabilization strategies.

 

Abstract: In this seminar Dr. Ulm will cover proper stabilization strategies and demonstrate how to properly apply and train such strategies in both athletes and patients.

 

Objectives: Attendees of this workshop should expect to gain an improved understanding of the neurology and biomechanics of trunk stabilization for sports performance.  Attendees should also expect to learn how to both properly train trunk stability and how to integrate such a strategy into sport’s training.  We will cover several trunk stabilization exercises and many common movements in strength training such as pressing, deadlift and squatting patterns.  

 

See short video by Richard Ulm inviting you to the course