Introduction to the Level 3 Course

WELCOME TO THE COURSE!

Congratulations on continuing your Suspended Fitness learning. You can complete this course in one session (recommended), or your can complete it over a number of sessions. The content will remain available to you to come back and refresh any time you need via your account, and your downloadable/printable workbook can also be used for future reference.

WHAT TO EXPECT:
This course delivers  information in a combination of learning styles, including visual, auditory, read/write and kinaesthetic, and covers fundamental Suspended Fitness principles, equipment set-up and use, and exercises.

Having completed the Level 1  and level 2 courses, you now:

  • Understand how to set up and use your Suspended Fitness equipment
  • Understand key Suspended Fitness principles
  • Understand how to Progress and Regress suspended fitness exercises
  • Understand the underlying techniques and how to perform and teach these key suspended fitness movements
  • Understand further Suspended Fitness Principles:
    • Planes of Motion
    • Closed Kinetic Chain
    • Myofascial Lines / Anatomy Trains
    • Shoulder Joint Mechanics
    • Uncontrolled Lumbar Extension
  • Understand the underlying techniques and how to perform and teach these suspended fitness exercises:
    • Lunge Jump
    • Rotation Pull
    • 180º Lunge Jump
    • Hamstring Curl
    • Triceps Press
    • Biceps Curl
    • Sprinter Start
    • Knee Tuck
    • Dive
  • Learn and Experience A variety of Suspended Fitness Workouts

THIS COURSE WILL TEACH YOU:

Advanced Principles and Theory:
  • Primal Patterns
  • Avoiding Wrist Pain
  • How the Glute Works
  • Mobility vs Stability
  • Breathing Techniques
  • Advanced Core Techniques

The underlying techniques and how to perform and teach these suspended fitness exercises:

  • Ice Skater Lunge
  • Plank Variations
  • Lizard Press
  • Advanced Lunge Jump
  • Side Plank
  • Pike to Shoulder Press
  • Hand & Crawl Walk
  • Resisted Rotation Pull
  • Knee-Tuck Variations
  • Double Suspended Exercises

Using Suspended Fitness For Flexibility:

  • Table Top
  • Frontline Arch
  • High Hip Flexor
  • High Chest

Programming principles and theory:

 

  • Purpose
  • Planes of Motion
  • Sequencing
  • Appropriate Exercise Level
  • Programming Variables
  • Common Types of Programming

Course Workouts