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Applying Behavior to Movement Kinesis Functional Exercise Complex Slide 2 10 Session Notes & Draw! 22333 { PTAG4 + Joe Smith + return SEND Slide 3 Purpose Demonstrate how behavior and movement can impact the enjoyment of a Kinesis One training session Slide 4 Kinesis Movement Slide 5 Enhanced by Full Gravity Technology Slide 6 Placards Please Here is what members get on their own Slide 7 Questions Does everyone do the same exercises? With all of that capability, where do I begin? How do I know which exercises to use? Slide 8 Answer You must know the person you are working with. 2 key behavioral components to knowing the user: Aspirations Preferred style of training Slide 9 Aspirations The persons motivation behind their goal Goal-based training produces a workout Aspiration-based training produces a personalized movement experience Slide 10 Aspirations Research IULM University in Milan 10,000 fitness members 3 countries Italy, Netherlands, UK 90 questions about their personality and lifestyle Aspirations fit into 6 core categories Slide 11 6 Core Categories Slide 12 Aspiration & Movement SHAPE Client: Highly results-oriented Trainer Show a high level of interest in the individuals training results Emphasize the well-being and enjoyment benefits of exercise Intensive coaching and frequent assessments Slide 13 Style of Training Aspirations are the WHY a person exercises The HOW a person wants to exercise is their Style of training Based on their personality and behavior Slide 14 Your Style is I prefer: ChallengeorStructure RoutineorVariety Practicalor Adventurous Slide 15 Styles 3 Styles Traditional Progressive Hybrid Slide 16 Traditional Safe and controlled environment Known, common and simple movements linear body part specific uni-planar fixed path of motion with more external support Slide 17 Progressive Freedom of motion and challenge Variety and complexity of movement 3-dimensional movement-based total body multi-planar User defined path of motion minimal external support Slide 18 Hybrid A combination of Traditional and Progressive Slide 19 Map it to the Member 2 clients Aspiration SHAPE Slide 20 Aspirations, Styles & Movement Client 1: Style = Traditional Basic, common exercises in the stable position plus some cardio training on a treadmill or stationary bike Slide 21 Aspirations, Styles & Movement Client 2: Style = Progressive Dynamic, total-body movement patterns from a standing position Games, drills Burpees, agility drills, etc. Slide 22 Recap Aspiration provides you with WHY they are exercising Style will tell you HOW they want their training to look and feel Together they: Personalize the movement experience Increase enjoyment and compliance Promote renewals, resigns and revenue Slide 23 The Dilemma Kinesis Full Gravity Technology allows us to have an endless variety of exercises So many choices can be scary Would you like a movement development system? Slide 24 Slide 25 Slide 26 Slide 27 Slide 28 Slide 29 Slide 30 Understanding 3D Motion We live and move in 3D, but what does 3D look like? Slide 31 What is 3D? Direction Slide 32 Adapted from the Gray Institute Slide 33 What is 3D? Height Direction Slide 34 Height Low Medium High Slide 35 Height Vertical Level Change: Ground, feet, knee, hip, waist, chest, shoulder, head and overhead High, medium, low Low Medium High Slide 36 What is 3D? Height Distance Direction Slide 37 Distance Range of Motion: Initial short Mid moderate End long Slide 38 3D is Height Distance Direction Slide 39 Building the System 3D (Direction, Height, Distance) Where you are going in 3D space Slide 40 What is Motion? Transition from one position to another Slide 41 Beginning Position Standing 2 feet Single foot Seated Kneeling Double kneel Half kneel Prone Supine Side-lying Slide 42 Slide 43 Beginning Position PositionStance Slide 44 Building the System Beginning Position 3D (Direction, Height, Distance) Position & stanceWhere you are going in 3D space Slide 45 Whats Moving? THE DRIVER! Slide 46 Drivers Head Hands / Feet Bilateral Alternating Reciprocating Unilateral Trunk Pelvis Knees Slide 47 Building the System Beginning Position Driver3D (Direction, Height, Distance) Position & stanceWhats moving and how Where you are going in 3D space Slide 48 Using the System Traditional person Start by changing the Driver Variety without anxiety Emotionally safe Slide 49 Using the System Traditional person Then change Beginning Position A simple Stance change Feet wider, narrow or staggered Place 1 foot behind Slide 50 Using the System Progressive person Start by changing the 3D Direction Height Distance Slide 51 Using the System Progressive person Progress to Beginning Position & Driver Slide 52 Conclusion The 3D movement system: Beginning Position Position & stance Driver Part of body that is moving 3D Direction, height & distance Slide 53 Conclusion Traditional client: 1.Driver 2.Beginning Position 3.3D Progressive client: 1.3D 2.Beginning Position & Driver Slide 54 Learn More About Kinesis Technogyms online Kinesis Training Community Technogyms e- learning platform Technogyms Facebook, Youtube and Twitter feeds Slide 55 Learn More About PTA Global

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