When a Regression Is Really a Progression

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Anthony Carey
49 minutes
Functional training trends have unleashed what appears to be a surge in inappropriate exercise applications and progressions. In reality, training variables can be manipulated in both a forward and backward direction to benefit exercisers. When a Regression Is Really a Progression explains how personal trainers and group-exercise instructors can regress the exercises that they employ in their classes to enable their clients to be successful, as well as to build a more stable foundation for individual client development.

 Among topics covered:

• Function is specific to the individual
• Understanding stability
• Defining movement success
• Joint motions
• Traditional variables for progressions
• How to regress
• Stability ball case analysis
• Anatomy of a regression