Register for FCS
May 25-26, 2019, Rome, Italy
Scrutiny of Fundamental Abilities
Join us for the Fundamental Capacity Screen (FCS) seminar. You will explore the four fundamental forms in which the movement expresses its energy and you can understand how they interact with each other and in the specific context of each individual. Shaping endurance athletes, resilient in sports, but also in the world of work and amateur sports is the ultimate goal for coaches, and health professionals. The FCS will allow you to create a body movement of quality in the long term, for the health of your customers and athletes.
For over 20 years, Functional Movement Systems' mission has been to create a method of designing exercise and training programs based on the quality of movement. This base, this entry point, is the Functional Movement Screen (FMS). The Fundamental Skills (FCS) scrutiny is the natural next step, the continuation of that systematic and logical approach.
In this seminar you will be able to: explore Motor Control, Postural Control, Explosive Strength Control and Deceleration Control and consider their vital importance in human development. FCS also supports the basic philosophy of FMS which involves the development of scrutinies related to the individual to measure these 4 basic skills.
Objectives of the course
• Identify the usage criteria for each Functional Movement System module: the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), the Y-Balance Test (YBT), and the Fundamental Capacity Screen (FCS).
• Explain the history and development of Fundamental Capacities Scrutiny (FCS).
• Contextualize the four fundamental expressions of energy within the ability to move.
• Explain the difference between motion dysfunction and movement impairment.
• Be able to administer Fundamental Capacity Scrutiny (FCS).
• Analyze the results of the scrutiny to correctly apply the corrective and training strategies.
Il corso sarà interamente in inglese e tradotto in Italiano - the course will be taught in English and translated in Italian