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Kinetic Link Training: Level One


Description

Kinetic Link Training - Level 1 is a comprehensive course of study in which you will be learning a systematic approach to biomechanically balanced, full-body resistance training. KLT focusses on the efficient restoration and strengthening of integrated natural human movement patterns in multiple planes of motion. This course integrates clinical reasoning and over three decades of clinical experience with the latest in scientific evidence, allowing participants to discover the most effective strategies for success.

Content
  • Introduction: Evolving Functional Strength
  • Welcome To KLT
  • About The Authors
  • What Is Kinetic Link Training? sample
  • The Big Picture
  • Improving Strength & Conditioning Skills
  • Course Manual
  • Assessment Headstart
  • Module 1: The KLT System
  • 1.1 Defining Functional Training sample
  • 1.2 Biomechanical Balance
  • 1.3 The Kinetic Link Training System
  • 1.4 The KLT Essential Movements
  • 1.5 Exercise Description
  • 1.6 Split Programs
  • 1.7 Series #1: WORKOUT A sample
  • 1.8 Series #1: WORKOUT B
  • Module One Quiz
  • Module 2: Essential Training Concepts
  • 2.1 Dynamic Stability & Posture Control
  • 2.2 Mobility-Driven & Stability-Driven Training
  • 2.3 Exercise Regression & Progression
  • 2.4 Technique Correction
  • 2.5 Anatomical Stability Slings
  • 2.6 Series #1: WORKOUT C
  • 2.7 Series #1: WORKOUT D
  • Module Two Quiz
  • Module 3: Outcome-Specific Training
  • 3.1 Training Variables
  • 3.2 Maximum-Force Training
  • 3.3 Hypertrophy Training
  • 3.4 Endurance Training
  • 3.5 Systems For Hypertrophy
  • Module Three Quiz
  • Module 4: Essential Workout Review
  • 4.1 Workout A: Review
  • 4.2 Workout B: Review
  • 4.3 Workout C: Review
  • 4.4 Workout D: Review
  • Final Assessment
  • Assessment Instructions
  • Assessment (Questions 11 to 20)
  • Assessment (Questions 11 to 20)
  • Assessment (Questions 21 to 30)
  • Assessment (Questions 31 to 40)
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 6 months