NASM CPT Chpt 10 - Balance Training Concepts
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When the body is in equilibrium and stationary, meaning no linear of angular movement.
The ability to move and change directions under various conditions without falling
Appropriate systematic balance progression...
- 1. Floor
- 2. Balance Beam
- 3. Half foam roller
- 4. Foam Pad
- 5. Balance Disc
Balance-Stabilization is designed to...
Designed to improve reflexive (automatic) joint stabilization contractions to increase joint stability
Balance-Stabilization Exercises and characteristics
Involve little joint motion
- 1. Single-Leg (SL) balance
- 2. SL Balance Reach
- 3. SL Hip Internal/External Rotation
- 4. SL Lift and Chop
- 5. SL Throw and Catch
Balance-Strength is designed to...
Improve neuromuscular efficiency of the entire human movement system.
Balance-Strength Exercises and characteristics
Involve dynamic eccentric/concentric movement through a full range of motion
- 1. SL Squat
- 2. SL Squat touchdown
- 3. SL Romanian Deadlift
- 4. Multiplanar step-up to balance
- 5. Multiplanar lunge to balance
Balance-Power is designed to...
Develop proper deceleration ability to move the body from a dynamic state to a controlled stationary position
- 1. Multiplanar hop with stabalization
- 2. Multiplanar SL box hop-up with stabilization
- 3. Multiplanar SL box hop-down with stabilization
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