Redcord Active Introduction course
Duration: 1 day/7 contact hours
In this course you will learn the background, definitions and basic principles of suspension exercises with Redcord, both in theory and practice.
The course is the basis for more specific training in the following Redcord Active Corrective Exercise course. You will learn about resistance dosage and finding the right level of challenge. The exercises can be used for performance enhancement, stability training, injury prevention and injury rehabilitation.
The Redcord Active training program is designed for Physiotherapists, personal trainers, pilates instructors and others working on fitness and wellness.
Wide range of exercises for individual training or group activities
Definitions and basic principles of suspension exercises with Redcord
Basic theory of neuromuscular control, core stability and functional strength training
Resistance dosage and finding the right level of challenge and resistance
Standing, stomach lying, back lying and side lying exercises.
20 years experience
Our Redcord Active courses are based on 20 years of experience in Neurac® treatment, which documented the effects of different injuries and conditions. The Redcord Active exercises are used today by professional coaches and athletes to increase performance, injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Redcord Active Corrective Exercise Course
Duration: 1 day / 7 contact hours
Redcord Active Corrective Exercise builds on the theory and practice from the Redcord Active Introduction Course. You will be introduced to Myofascial chain testing and corrective exercises that restore optimal muscle interaction.
The exercises are integrated into more advanced training, stability training, injury prevention and injury rehabilitation.
Redcord Active Corrective Exercise is suitable for all Physiotherapists, pilates instructors, coaches and personal trainers.
The course aims to expand your knowledge on suspension training.
Standardised tests of kinetic muscle chains
Theory on biomechanics, myofascial chains and Weak Links (muscular imbalances and weaknesses)
“Corrective Exercise” – exercises to restore optimal muscle interaction
Dosage – how to use multiple dosing elements to find the right level of exercise / challenge / relief