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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Chapter 1 - Intro and Fundamentals

    • 357 Intro

    • 357 - Intro

    • 357 Fundamentals

    • Good Form

    • Movement Tolerance Scale Intro

    • Movement Tolerance - Breathing

    • Movement Tolerance - Passive ROM

    • Movement Tolerance - Active ROM

    • Movement Tolerance - Training

    • Practical Applications - Breathing

    • Movement Tolerance - Performance

    • Practical Applications - AROM

    • Practical Applications - Individual vs Group instruction

    • Practical Applications - Good Form Standards

    • Practical Applications - Discomfort in Shoulder during training

    • Practical Applications - Choosing between AROM or PROM

  • 2

    Chapter 2 - The 357

    • The 357

    • 357 - 3 Ranges of Motion

    • 357 - 5 Movement Patterns

    • 357 - 7 Levels of Complexity

    • Practical Applications - How to Use the 357

    • Practical Applications - Why the Number 7?

    • Practical Applications - Training in 3 Planes

    • Practical Applications - Neuro vs Physical Stress

  • 3

    Chapter 3 - Sequencing Movement, Centering and Stacking, and Functional Norms for Body Parts

    • How We Sequence

    • Sequencing Movement

    • Centering and Stacking

    • Centering and Stacking

    • Practical Applications - How to Coach Centering and Stacking

    • Practical Applications - Choosing the Right Level of Stress

    • Functional Ranges of Motion

    • Ankle Passive and Active ROM

    • Knee Passive and Active ROM

    • T-Spine Passive and Active ROM

    • Shoulders Passive and Active ROM

    • Hip Passive and Active ROM

  • 4

    Chapter 4 - The Movement Patterns

    • 357 - Hinge

    • Hinge Function

    • Hinge How To

    • Hinge Progressions

    • Hinge Trouble Shooting

    • 357 - Squat

    • Squat Function

    • Squat How-To

    • Squat Progressions

    • Squats Trouble Shooting

    • 357 - Lunge

    • Lunge Function

    • Lunge How-To

    • Lunge Progressions

    • Lunge Trouble Shooting

    • 357 - Horizontal Push

    • Horizontal Push Function

    • Horizontal Push How-To

    • Horizontal Push Progressions

    • Horizontal Push Trouble Shooting

    • 357 - Horizontal Pulll

    • Horizontal Pull Function

    • Horizontal Pull How to

    • Horizontal Pull Progressions

    • Horizontal Pull Trouble Shooting

    • 357 Vertical Push

    • Vertical Push Function

    • Vertical Push How to

    • Vertical Push Progressions

    • Vertical Push Trouble Shooting

    • 357 Vertical Pull

    • Vertical Pull Function

    • Vertical Pull How to

    • Vertical Pull Progressions

    • Vertical Pull Trouble Shooting

    • 357 Swing

    • Kettlebell Swing Function

    • KB Swing How To

    • KB Swing How To Pt 2

    • KB Swing How to Pt 3

    • KB Swing Trouble Shooting

    • 357 Turkish Getup

    • TGU Function

    • TGU How to Pt 1

    • TGU How to Pt 2

    • TGU How to Pt 3

    • TGU How to Pt 4

    • TGU How to Pt 5

    • TGU How to Pt 6

    • TGU How to Pt 7

    • TGU How to Pt 8

    • TGU Trouble Shooting

  • 5

    Chapter 5 - How to Program

    • 357 - How to Program

    • 357 - How to Program Workouts

    • Programming a 'Burner'

    • Stacking Patterns

    • Wrap Up

  • 6

    Chapter 6 - Worksheets

    • worksheets

Pricing

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Frequently Asked Questions

And thoughts you may have...

  • Can I access course content whenever I want?

    Yes! Course videos can be viewed as many times as you'd like. In addition, we'll send you an entire workbook to go with the course.

  • Do I get CEC's for this course?

    We'll work with you to ensure you receive your yearly CEC's with the 357. If your certifying body doesn't recognize the course at this time, we'll write a letter to ensure you get the credits you deserve.

  • What will I get from this course?

    A thorough understanding of a system you can apply to any exercise modality. Learning how to regress and progress movement based on your clients movement will leave you training in an intelligent, balanced, and sustainable way.