Implement a safe proprioception program for healthy individuals, assessing for effectiveness over time.
Implementation should reflect awareness of existing injury prevention programs (e.g., ACL) that include proprioception as a primary component. It should also include appropriate safety precautions and an understanding of age, sport/activity, gender, overall condition, and individual considerations.
- How are balance, proprioception, and kinesthetic awareness assessed?
- What are the proprioceptive components of existing injury prevention programs?
- What are the criteria for progression through a program?
Other Related Standards
HOSA Competitive Events (High School)
Health Science Events
Health Professions Events
NASM-Certified Personal Trainer
Chapter 15 Introduction to Exercise Modalities
- Define and describe the safe and effective use of selected exercise training methods, including various forms of resistance and proprioceptive modalities.
- Describe how these exercise training modalities can safely and effectively be incorporated into a training program for a variety of clients.
- Describe how these exercise training modalities can be systematically used within the Optimum Performance Training (OPT™) Model.
Chapter 10 Balance Training Concepts
- Define balance and describe its role in performance and injury risk.
- Discuss the importance of balance training.
- Design a progressive balance training program for clients in any level of training.
- Understand and incorporate the principles of selected research outcomes when designing a balance training program.
- Perform, describe, and instruct various balance training exercises.
Chapter 9 Core Training Concepts
- Understand the importance of the core musculature.
- Differentiate between the stabilization system and the movement system.
- Discuss the importance of core training.
- Design a core training program for clients at any level of training.
- Perform, describe, and instruct various core training exercises.