Learn how AxIT is bringing the latest evidence based assessment techniques from the research to the everyday health and fitness professional.
Join Luke and Andrew as they delve deep into how to perform strength testing of the shoulder complex and how to understand this often complicated and misunderstood area. The webinar covers; what tests you can perform, what results and ratios are "normal", how to use new upper limb tests like The Athletic Shoulder Test and how you can improve the shoulder strength of the people you work with.
Join Luke and Andrew as they delve deep into how assess the all important knee joint, including what to look for when analysing knee flexion and extension strength, what is "normal" when assessing this area, how does it apply to important movements like squatting and jumping and some unique testing variations that can give you more detailed information about your clients.
Join Luke and Andrew as they delve deep into how to perform strength testing of the engine room of the body, the hips. In this webinar Luke and Andrew look at why hip strength is so important for your clients, which tests you should be performing, what results you should be expecting and why Rate Of Force Development might be the key metric you are missing when managing the people you work with.
Squats. Arguably the most important of fundamental movements of all applying to all aspects of daily living and sport.
Join Luke and Andrew go in-depth as to how best to use your AxIT System to assess Squats dynamically and isometrically, including the most important squat variation that you probably aren't using in your assessment!
Join us as we go in-depth as to how best to use your AxIT System to assess Deadlift and Pull based movements, including the use of different variations of the Isometric Mid Thigh Pull, a performance test that has been growing in popularity in recent times.
Join Luke and Andrew as they delve deep into how assess the area where movement often begins, including what tests are best to use with running clients, why foot strength shouldn't be forgotten, what's a "normal" result when strength testing and why calf raises might not be enough.
Jump assessment has become a fundamental part of any athletic assessment process.
What's a good jump height? What should my ground contact time be? What does RSI even mean? Which jump and hop tests are most suitable for which athletes?
All these questions and more will be revealed during the session looking at how to assess Jumping on AxIT.
Do you use strength testing equipment with your clients to help understand their physical capacity to tolerate the stresses and strains of the activities they enjoy?
Click the button below to get access to 8 free PDFs covering normative data from the literature of common strength tests for areas such as the hip, shoulder, and movements such as squats and jumping.
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