Scientific Stretching has been crafted to enhance flexibility, decrease the likelihood of injury, and boost overall performance in physical activities. The Art and Science of Flexibility Training, as envisioned by Paul Chek, revolves around the dynamic stretching concept, employing active movements to stretch the muscles. Comprising a range of exercises, including dynamic stretching, static stretching, and active stretching, the program also incorporates exercises to enhance posture and balance.
Join Paul Chek in delving into the profound realm of stretching for optimal health through this eagerly awaited and comprehensive CHEK Institute Elearning course. However, this is no ordinary stretching course, consistent with all CHEK E-learning offerings. Globally recognized for their meticulous attention to detail and adeptness in tailoring programs to individual needs and capabilities, CHEK Practitioners ensure this course stands out.
Grasp the benefits stretching offers for achieving health and well-being, encapsulated in the 1-2-3-4 of stretching. Acquire knowledge of basic stretch assessments for targeted stretching. Understand the psychological and emotional connections to body restriction. Investigate the relationship between fascia and water. Delve into pressure release as a method to enhance mobility and flow in the body.
For optimal learning, follow these recommended steps:
- Watch the videos and read the corresponding section in this manual for each lesson. Consider revisiting the videos to clarify points that may not be immediately clear, and take notes to supplement the course manual.
- Execute all assessments, stretches, and exercises taught in the lessons to the best of your ability with proper form. Repeat this process at least twice, not necessarily on the same day, and if feasible, practice on a willing friend or family member. This enhances comprehension and aids in passing the end-of-lesson quiz.
- Given variations in lesson lengths, take your time to master the presented material.
- When you feel prepared, take the quiz at the end of each lesson, aiming for a minimum score of 80% to pass. The quizzes aim to assess proficiency in the presented knowledge areas, requiring application of acquired knowledge to hypothetical situations. Some questions have multiple correct answers, so mark all that apply to ensure success. Additionally, encounter True/False questions and those prompting completion of blanks with words or phrases.
Salepage: Paul Chek – Scientific Stretching
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- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 10 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes