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Kinesis Specialty Workshop:

Kinesis Bootcamp & Kinesis Corrective Exercise

Welcome to the Behavior and movement section in the Kinesis Stations Course.1

Session Notes & Draw!22333{PTAG6 + Joe Smith + jsmith@gmail.comreturnreturnSENDWelcome to the Behavior and movement section in the Kinesis Stations Course.2PurposeLearn the fundamentals of implementing the goals and likes of these populations into a workout, and learn how to translate this knowledge into an effective workout that is suitable for every client.

In the Behavior and Movement section of this course will discuss how the behavioral patterns of a client can impact the movement selection and enjoyment of a Kinesis Stations training session.

3MovementEnhanced by Full Gravity Technology

Questions

Does everyone do the same exercises?With all of that capability, where do I begin?How do I know which exercises to use?The Kinesis Full Gravity Technology allows for an endless variety of exercise options. With so many possible choices, the question becomes, How do you know which exercises to use?

5AnswerYou must know the person you are working with.2 key behavioral components to knowing the user:AspirationsPreferred style of training

The answer to this question is in fact a very simple one. You must know the person you are working with. While there are a variety of very important factors that are necessary to know about your client, such as their medical history and level of ability, we are going to focus on 2 key behavioral components to knowing a Kinesis user. They include the users Aspirations and their preferred style of training. Lets look at each of these in a bit more detail and explore the impact you can have as a result.

6AspirationsThe persons motivation behind their goal

Goal-based training produces a workout Aspiration-based training produces a personalized movement experience

An Aspiration is the motivation behind the users goal. It is why they live and move the way they do. Traditionally, we have based the design of an exercise program or exercise selection on the person's goal. This has lead to a methodical series of exercises that produces a workout that does not necessarily connect emotionally with the person. However, Aspiration-based exercise selection or program design centers on the person and what motivates them toward their goal. This produces a personalized movement experience that emotionally connects with them and fuels their motivation to continue.

76 Core Categories

The six core categories include, MOVE this is the client who says, I want to be active and healthy. I exercise to improve my everyday wellbeing. SHAPE this is the client who says, Looking good is what makes me feel good. I exercise to burn calories, manage my weight, and shape my body.SPORT this is the client who says, Sport is not only my passion, its my life. I exercise indoor and outdoor to improve my sport performance.POWER this is the client who says, Physical presence is a key ingredient of success. I exercise to look strong and powerful. BALANCE this is the client who says, I am looking for relaxation from a tense and stressful life. I exercise to achieve a mind body balance.FUN this is the client who says, I enjoy meeting people and trying something new. Having fun makes me feel alive.

8Style of TrainingAspirations are the WHY a person exercises

The HOW a person wants to exercise is their Style of trainingBased on their personality and behavior

The 6 core Aspirations provide us with the why a person exercises. If we go one step deeper, we get to the how a person wants to exercise. This is known as their style of training. This is based on their personality traits and behavioral patterns and is what fuels their motivation. When you know a persons aspiration and can then match the equipment and movements specifically to their personality and behavioral preferences, you have made a very powerful emotional connection and positive association between you and the user.9Your Style isI prefer:

ChallengeorStructure

RoutineorVariety

Relaxingor Adventurous

Styles3 StylesTraditionalProgressiveHybrid

There are 3 style categories, Traditional, Progressive and Hybrid. Lets look at each of these in more detail.11Map it to the Member2 clientsAspiration SHAPE

So how exactly can knowing a persons aspiration and there preferred style of training help you? Glad you asked. Lets walk through a simple case study with 2 clients who have the SHAPE aspiration. One client is Traditional and the other is Progressive. We know right away that with a SHAPE aspiration both of these clients want to look good, manage their weight and they need to see results. As their trainer, we need to show a high level of interest in their result, communicate clearly with them, helping them to set realistic goals and emphasize the well-being and enjoyment of their exercise routine. Here is where the style of training becomes so important enjoyment comes when a person is doing something that doesnt threaten them or create heightened anxiety. When we match their exercises more closely to their personality and behavior, we minimize threats & anxiety and maximize enjoyment. So for the Traditional person, we would use basic, common exercises on the Kinesis Stations probably in the seated position and perhaps some traditional forms of cardio training on a treadmill or stationary bike. 12RecapAspiration provides you with WHY they are exercisingStyle will tell you HOW they want their training to look and feel

Together they:Personalize the movement experienceIncrease enjoyment and compliancePromote renewals, resigns and revenue

Using a persons Aspiration will provide you with WHY they are exercising. Knowing the persons preferred style of training will tell you HOW they want their training to look and feel. When you put the two Together they Personalize the movement experienceIncrease enjoyment and compliancePromote renewals, resigns and revenue

13How do we program in a boot camp setting?

-Match the exercise with the aspiration and style.

-Organize the group prior to movement.

Managing a Group

How do we coach their style and engage everyone?The DilemmaKinesis Full Gravity Technology allows us to have an endless variety of exercises

So many choices can be scary when programming for a group.

Would you like a movement development system?

We have already seen how the Kinesis Full Gravity Technology allows for an endless variety of exercise options. However, having so many choices can be scary for many of us. What if we could give you a very powerful and simple system for manipulating all of your exercise choices? Would that be helpful?

16What is 3D?

Direction

3D space consists of 3 specific components. The first component is Direction 17Direction

Adapted from the Gray Institute

Think of direction as the planes of motion. Imagine standing on this grid looking down at your feet. You can move forward and backward (referred to as sagittal plane motion), side to side (referred to a frontal plane motion) and you can rotate or turn (referred to as transverse plane motion). You can also move in any number of diagonal directions as well.

18What is 3D?

HeightDirection

The 2nd component of 3D space is height. 19Height

LowMediumHigh

Height is the vertical aspect of any movement. Think of it as making a change to the level at which the motion is being performed. In this slide we see motions being performed at different heights. On the left we have upper body motions that are occurring at waist height as shown in the top left picture, shoulder height as seen in the middle left and head height as seen in bottom picture. Even the same type of motion and lower body movements, such as a lunge, can occur at high, medium and low heights. 20Height

HeightVertical Level Change:Ground, feet, knee, hip, waist, chest, shoulder, head and overheadHigh, medium, low

LowMediumHigh

The height of any motion can be noted by the level of any landmark on your body such as the ground, your feet, knees, hips, waist, chest, shoulders, head and overhead. Or you can simply refer to a relative term such as High, Medium or Low height of motion. For example you could say that you want someone to press at chest or medium height - at hip or a low height OR at overhead or high height relative to the pressing motion.21What is 3D?

HeightDistanceDirection

The 3rd component of 3D space is distance.22Distance

Range of Motion:Initial shortMid moderateEnd long

Distance is the horizontal aspect of a movement. Think of it as the range of motion someone moves to. In this slide, we see two people performing a lunge, but using a different distance. The person on the left has more of a moderate distance while the person on the right has more of an end-range distance as measured from their back knee to their front foot. Distance is not just for lower body movements, it also applies to upper body as well. For example how far someone chooses to reach during a pressing motion. A simple way to note distance is by using the relative terms of initial (small) range of motion, mid (moderate) range of motion and end (long) range of motion.233D is

HeightDistanceDirection

To summarize 3D space, it consists of Direction, Height and Distance. When moving in 3D space, you can select a direction in which you want to move (your planes of motion), the Height at which you want to move AND the distance to which you want to move. Try this with yourself using a lunge. First, start by lunging in as many different different directions

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