NAT Master Course - Anatomy of Stretching (Free Gift)
The Anatomy of Stretching Master Course covers stretching from every angle, including physiology and flexibility; the benefits of stretching; the different types of stretching; and the rules for safe stretching. Designed for manual therapists and exercise professionals, the course text (200 pages, fully illustrated) provides details of stretches that are useful for the alleviation or rehabilitation of specific musculoskeletal injuries.
The course includes a balance of theoretical information about the fundamentals of stretching and flexibility, anatomy and physiology, and the practical application of how to perform 135 unique stretching exercises (with simple to follow numbering system to help reference each stretch).
Includes: Anatomy of Stretching illustrated course text (Full Exam Edition) + Exam Pack + Certification.
Suitability: Manual Therapists and Exercise Professionals
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About the Authors
Simeon Asher was voted one of London's top 10 osteopath's by the London Evening Standard Newspaper. Simeon is a practicing osteopath who has been studying, researching, and teaching trigger point therapy for the last two decades. Simeon is the author of a number of best selling books and courses on trigger point therapy and is a regular guest lecturer in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, and South America. In 2015 Simeon was invited by the Israeli health service to help start a program for teaching trigger point therapy to family doctors.
Brad Walker is a Health Science graduate of the University of New England and has postgraduate accreditation’s in athletics, swimming and triathlon coaching. And he prides himself on offering the most simple, easy-to-understand “how-to” information on stretching and flexibility. As an athlete in 1990 Brad was ranked 3rd in Australia as a junior competitor at the National Triathlon Long Course Championships. Since 1995 Brad has been at the cutting edge of research and development into the field of stretching and flexibility, and has written more books and articles on stretching and flexibility than any other author.