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Specialist Certificate - Barefoot Training Specialist® : Level 1

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By: Evidence Based Fitness Academy Dr. Emily Splichal
Become Barefoot Strong.
The Evidence Based Fitness Academy (EBFA) is an educational institution that is dedicated to changing the way the health and fitness industry look at foot and ankle function, human movement, and barefoot science. The EBFA Barefoot Training Specialist® : Level 1 online eLearning Certificate Program gets you in on the ground floor with the latest research in barefoot science as it relates to restoring foot function, corrective exercise, and athletic performance. Take the first step towards joining the community of in-demand health and fitness professionals from around the world who have a solid understanding of foot function and barefoot science.


Barefoot Balance Training: Improve Posture and Build Strength with Barefoot Science

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By: Emily Splichal DPM MS MPH NASM-CES NASM-PES NSCA-CPT
In closed chain kinematics the foot is the foundation to human movement. This means that any dysfunction in the foot must impact knee, hip and lower back alignment. Conversely, in open chain kinematics, hip strength controls knee and foot posture. Learn one of the most effective techniques for improving foot posture, controlling knee pain and strengthening the hip. After this course you will fully appreciate the power of barefoot work. Improve posture and build strength - with barefoot balance training.


Functional Foot and Ankle Level 1

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By: Dr. Emily Splichal DPM MS MPH NASM-CES NASM-PES NSCA-CPT
The organized actions of the foot and ankle complex is often overlooked and misunderstood in the health-fitness industry. This adaptive lever plays a role in every upright action from human locomotion to squats and lunges. With the advancement of the fitness industry and expanding role of the fitness professional there is greater likelihood of encountering a client with foot pathology or foot compensations. To remain competitive among your colleagues and to achieve the best results with your clients, it is imperative to gain an understanding of the role the foot and ankle play in creating and modifying fitness programs. This course contains pictures and videos to help you understand biomechanics, assess foot conditions, and better understand how the foot and ankle play a role in every step you take.


Biomechanics of Low Back Pain

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By: Dr. Emily Splichal DPM MS MPH NASM-CES NASM-PES NSCA-CPT
Almost 80% of American adults will suffer low back pain at some point. Interestingly, 70-80% of low back pain is associated with musculoskeletal imbalances and improper core activation during everyday movement. Join us as we take a look at the latest research on the biomechanics of low back pain. From the hip to the foot, you will be surprised by how many different imbalances attribute to low back pain. Help your clients get their bodies back in balance and move pain free!


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