The Amazing Push Through Bar Online Course-
#1425401411 The Amazing Push Through Bar Online Course

The push through bar on the trapeze table is a unique apparatus. There is no other apparatus that moves like it in the movement arena. Its rigid arc like movement is an excellent tool for providing feedback, challenge and guidance for shoulder movement. In this course we will discuss healthy movement of the shoulder and how to use the push through bar effectively to bring about healthy shoulder movement in your clients and

Course Objectives:

  1. Participants will identify faulty movement characteristics on the push through bar and pair them with shoulder movement faults.
  2. Participants will identify improper movement on the push through bar to facilitate healthy movement patterns.
  3. Participants will describe proximal to distal and distal to proximal chain function and dysfunction through PNF patterns.
  4. Participants will demonstrate 8 series of shoulder exercises on the push through bar and understand the important combination of shoulder and spine movement assisted by a "between chain (not closed or open)" exercise.

CEU's:  BOC 3, PHI 3 and PMA 3

Online course enrollment expires 1 year from date of purchase.  Upon 1st login you will have 30 days to complete the course.

I.               Functional movements of the push through bar…no other apparatus like it!

a.   Closed chain exercise

b.   Open chain exercise

c.   Floating chain exercise

II.            Planes of movement and the shoulder

a.   Humeral movement

b.   Scapula movement

c.   Scapulo-humeral movement

III.          The importance of resting posture

a.   Boney landmarks and what they tell you

b.   The neck’s tie to the shoulder

c.   The thoracic tie to the shoulder

d.   The lumbar tie to the shoulder

IV.         Watching shoulder movement

a.   Looking at more than the shoulder for keys to shoulder movement

b.   Reading accessory motions

c.   Using the push through bar for assessment and re-assessment

V.            Supine exercises

a.   Progressions

b.   Modifications

VI.         Seated exercises

a.   Progressions

b.   Modifications

VII.      Standing and kneeling exercises

a.   Progressions

b.   Modifications