Improvement in the management of sports gestures
At the end of the training, the participants will be able to analyze the static posture and identify the compensation zones, the gestures of an athlete by observables, to identify the interactions between observables and deficits. They will be taught how to set up an adapted and evolving exercise program to correct and optimize segmental placements.
This training course takes place over 3 days in a face-to-face format (22 h) in group classes (theory and practice).
Practical workshops and a theoretical axis are organized during the practical course.
PRE-REQUISITES AND STAFFING
To be a physiotherapist DE or equivalent.
The number of trainees (metropolitan France) is a minimum of 16 and a maximum of 30 (supervised by a minimum of 2 trainers).
Observation/evaluation sheets are kept to determine the acquisition of knowledge and gestures in accordance with the initial objective of the training. At the end of the training a final certificate is distributed.
The goal of the BodyMechanic Coaching training is to give the physiotherapist the means to analyze and impact the gestures of a patient/sportsman, in a perspective of prevention and performance. The analysis of the gestures will allow the therapist to put his rehabilitation programs in a global context.
MÉPEDAGOGICAL METHODS AND MEANS
Participatory oral presentation
Exchanges with participants and group discussions
Demonstrative method and practical situation setting
MEANS AND SUPPORTS
- Physiotherapy equipment.
- Paper and dematerialized supports.
- Complementary videos.
- On-line platform
AT THE END OF THE TRAINING
- Evaluation of the training by the trainees
- The training is sanctioned by the delivery of a training completion certificate and an online certification.