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CS201

SMARC Shoulder

SMARC CS201 Functional movement training that focuses on the shoulder, scapulae, chest, and arm muscles can help enhance shoulder mobility, function, and relieve pain and tightness by improving the biomechanics of the shoulder joint. The following are the key concepts of the training:

  1. Improving scapular stability: The scapulae are the foundation for shoulder movement. Weak or unstable scapulae can affect the mechanics of the shoulder joint, leading to compensations and increasing the risk of shoulder pain and tightness. Functional movement training can help improve scapular stability by incorporating exercises that target the serratus anterior, rhomboids, and trapezius muscles.
     

  2. Enhancing shoulder mobility: Restricted shoulder mobility can affect the mechanics of the shoulder joint, leading to compensations and increasing the risk of shoulder pain and tightness. Functional movement training can help enhance shoulder mobility by incorporating exercises that involve shoulder flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction.
     

  3. Strengthening the rotator cuff muscles: The rotator cuff muscles are important for shoulder stability and function. Weak rotator cuff muscles can affect the mechanics of the shoulder joint, leading to compensations and increasing the risk of shoulder pain and tightness. Functional movement training can help improve rotator cuff strength by incorporating exercises that target the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis muscles.
     

  4. Enhancing chest and arm mobility: Restricted chest and arm mobility can affect the mechanics of the shoulder joint, leading to compensations and increasing the risk of shoulder pain and tightness. Functional movement training can help enhance chest and arm mobility by incorporating exercises that involve chest stretching, shoulder external rotation, and arm elevation.

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Overall, functional movement training that focuses on the shoulder, scapulae, chest, and arm muscles can help enhance shoulder mobility, function, and relieve pain and tightness by improving the biomechanics of the shoulder joint. By working with SMARC cloud-based AI health management system, you can develop a program (AI evaluation/ AI exercise prescription) that is tailored to your specific needs and goals, can lead to reduced risk of injury, achieve better health, mobility, improved quality of life and independence.

Training Objectives
  • Repair Shoulder-Scapulae Function
  • Facilitate Axillary Lymph Circulation to Improve Immunity​​
  • Shoulder-Scapulae Functional Fitness Training

  • Upper Extremity & Trunk Functional Fitness Training
    (Enhance Mobility & Coordination & Symmetric Performance)

CS202

SMARC Trunk

SMARC CS202 Functional movement training of the core and lower limbs can be effective in relieving low back pain and reducing the risk of falls by improving the bio-mechanical functioning of the body. Low back pain can be caused by a number of factors, including poor posture, muscle weakness or imbalances, and lack of flexibility. SMARC CS102 Functional movement training focuses on improving the body's ability to move efficiently and effectively by targeting these underlying issues.

  1. Functional movement training focuses on improving the strength and stability of the core muscles, including the abdominal and back muscles. These muscles help to support the spine and maintain proper posture, which can help to alleviate low back pain. By strengthening the core muscles, individuals can improve their ability to maintain proper spinal alignment and reduce the stress on the lower back.

  2. Functional movement training can improve the strength and flexibility of the legs. Strong leg muscles can help to improve balance and stability, reducing the risk of falls. Additionally, exercises that target the legs can help to improve hip mobility and reduce the stress on the lower back.

  3. Functional movement training can help to improve overall body awareness and coordination, which can further reduce the risk of falls. By practicing movements that require balance and coordination, individuals can improve their ability to maintain balance and react to unexpected movements or obstacles.

  4. Functional movement training can help to reduce the risk of injury by promoting proper movement patterns and body mechanics. By practicing movements that mimic real-life activities, individuals can improve their ability to perform these activities safely and efficiently, reducing the risk of injury and pain.

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Overall, the bio-mechanical mechanisms of SMARC SC102 functional movement training of the core and legs can help to relieve low back pain and reduce the risk of falls by improving strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, and promoting proper movement patterns. By working with SMARC cloud-based AI health management system, you can develop a program (AI evaluation/ AI exercise prescription) that is tailored to your specific needs and goals, and can help you improve overall physical performance, achieve better health, mobility, independence and quality of life.

Training Objectives
  • Repair Core/Butt/Hip/Knee/Ankle Function
  • Trunk & Hip (Core) Functional Fitness Training
  • Knee & Ankle Functional Fitness Training
    (Enhance Stability & Mobility & Coordination)
     
  • Trunk Stretch Training 

CS203

SMARC Core

SMARC CS203 functional movement training focuses on strengthening the muscles of the core, which includes the abdominal muscles, back muscles, and pelvic floor muscles. This type of training can help relieve low back pain by improving the stability and alignment of the spine and pelvis. The biomechanics of core functional movement training for low back pain relief involve several key concepts:

  1. Spinal alignment: When the spine is properly aligned, there is less stress on the muscles, ligaments, and joints of the back. Core functional movement training can improve spinal alignment by strengthening the muscles that support the spine, such as the erector spinae, multifidus, and transverse abdominis muscles.
     

  2. Pelvic stability: The pelvis is the foundation of the spine, and when it is unstable, it can cause compensations in the spine that lead to low back pain. Core functional movement training can improve pelvic stability by strengthening the muscles that attach to the pelvis, such as the gluteus maximus, medius, and minimus muscles.
     

  3. Hip mobility: Limited hip mobility can also contribute to low back pain by causing compensations in the spine. Core functional movement training can improve hip mobility by incorporating exercises that involve hip flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction.
     

  4. Core muscle activation: Core functional movement training emphasizes the activation of the deep core muscles, such as the transverse abdominis and pelvic floor muscles. These muscles are important for stabilizing the spine and pelvis during movement, which can help reduce the risk of low back pain.

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Overall, core functional movement training can help relieve low back pain by improving spinal alignment, pelvic stability, hip mobility, and core muscle activation. By working with SMARC cloud-based AI health management system, you can develop a program (AI evaluation/ AI exercise prescription) that is tailored to your specific needs and goals, and can improve their movement patterns, reduce their risk of further injury, that can help you achieve better health, mobility and independence as you age.

Training Objectives
  • Repair Core Function
  • Trunk & Lower Extremity Functional Fitness Training

        

  • Upper Body & Trunk Functional Fitness Training

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  • Rowing Aerobic Training

 

  • Sit to Stand & Weight Shifting & Forward Reaching Training
     
  • Lower Back & Lower Limbs Stretch Training

CS204

SMARC Pelvic

SMARC CS204 Functional movement training that focuses on the core and pelvic can help relieve low back pain and rectify scoliosis by improving the biomechanics of the spine, pelvis, and hips. The following are the key concepts of the training:

  1. Strengthening the core muscles: The core muscles include the transverse abdominis, multifidus, and pelvic floor muscles. Strengthening these muscles helps stabilize the spine and reduce the risk of low back pain. By incorporating exercises that target these muscles, such as planks, bird-dogs, and pelvic tilts, individuals can improve the strength and endurance of their core muscles.

  2. Improving pelvic alignment: The position of the pelvis can have a significant impact on the biomechanics of the spine. A misaligned pelvis can cause compensations in the spine that lead to low back pain and scoliosis. CS204 Functional movement training can help improve pelvic alignment by strengthening the gluteus medius and minimus muscles, which are important for pelvic stability.

  3. Enhancing hip mobility: Restricted hip mobility can contribute to low back pain and scoliosis by causing compensations in the spine. CS204 Functional movement training can help improve hip mobility, individuals can reduce the strain on their spine and pelvis.

  4. Correcting spinal alignment: Scoliosis is a condition that involves a sideways curvature of the spine. CS204 Functional movement training can help correct spinal alignment by incorporating exercises that promote spinal mobility and stability. By strengthening the muscles that support the spine, such as the erector spinae and quadratus lumborum muscles, individuals can improve their spinal alignment and reduce the severity of their scoliosis.

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Overall, CS204 functional movement training focuses on the core and pelvic muscles can help relieve low back pain and rectify scoliosis by improving the biomechanics of the spine, pelvis, and hips. By working with SMARC cloud-based AI health management system, you can develop a program (AI evaluation/ AI exercise prescription) that is tailored to your specific needs and goals, individuals can improve their posture, reduce their risk of further injury, improve their overall movement patterns, that can help you achieve better health, maintain mobility as you age.

Training Objectives
  • Repair Pelvic Function
     
  • Trunk & Pelvic Functional Fitness Training
     
  • Trunk Rotation / Stretch Training

  • Core Control Training

(Enhance Stability & Mobility & Coordination)

CS205

SMARC Hip

SMARC CS205 Functional movement training that focuses on the core, hip and lower limb muscles can help relieve low back pain, enhance gait pattern, and reduce the risk of falls by improving the biomechanics of the lower extremities. The following are the key concepts of the training:

  1. Strengthening the core muscles: The core muscles play a crucial role in stabilizing the spine during movement. Weak core muscles can contribute to low back pain and poor posture, which can affect gait pattern and increase the risk of falls. CS205 Functional movement training can help improve core muscle strength by incorporating exercises that target the transverse abdominis, multifidus, and pelvic floor muscles.

  2. Enhancing hip strength and mobility: The hip muscles are also important for gait pattern and balance. Weak hip muscles can affect the mechanics of the lower extremities, leading to compensations and increasing the risk of falls. CS205 Functional movement training can help improve hip strength and mobility by incorporating exercises that involve hip flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction.

  3. Improving proprioception: Proprioception is the sense of body position and movement. It is important for maintaining balance and preventing falls. CS205 Functional movement training can improve proprioception by incorporating exercises that challenge balance and coordination, such as single-leg stance or walking on unstable surfaces.

  4. Enhancing gait pattern: A smooth and efficient gait pattern requires good coordination, strength, and mobility in the lower extremities. CS205 Functional movement training can help enhance gait pattern by improving the biomechanics of the hip and core muscles, which are crucial for maintaining proper alignment and stability during walking.

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Overall, functional movement training that focuses on the core and hip muscles can help relieve low back pain, enhance gait pattern, and reduce the risk of falls by improving the biomechanics of the lower extremities. By incorporating exercises that target these key areas, individuals can improve their posture, balance, and overall functional movement patterns. This can lead to greater independence, improved quality of life, and reduced risk of injury.

Training Objectives
  • Repair Hip Function
     
  • Trunk & Lower Extremity Functional Fitness Training

         (Enhance Mobility & Coordination & Symmetric Performance)

CS206

SMARC Pelvic Floor

SMARC CS206 Functional movement training that focuses on the core, pelvic floor and hip muscles can help enhance pelvic floor function, relieve low back pain, facilitate gait pattern, and reduce the risk of falls by improving the biomechanics of the lower extremities. The following are the key concepts of the training:

  1. Strengthening the core muscles: The core muscles play a crucial role in stabilizing the spine during movement. Weak core muscles can contribute to low back pain and poor posture, which can affect pelvic floor function, gait pattern and increase the risk of falls. CS106 Functional movement training can help improve core muscle strength by incorporating exercises that target the transverse abdominis, multifidus, and pelvic floor muscles.
     

  2. Enhancing pelvic floor function: The pelvic floor muscles are responsible for supporting the pelvic organs and controlling bladder and bowel function. Weak or dysfunctional pelvic floor muscles can contribute to urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and low back pain. CS106 Functional movement training can help enhance pelvic floor function by incorporating exercises that target the pelvic floor muscles, such as Kegels or squats.
     

  3. Improving pelvic stability: Pelvic stability is important for maintaining proper alignment and stability during movement. Weak or unstable pelvic muscles can affect the mechanics of the lower extremities, leading to compensations and increasing the risk of falls. CS106 Functional movement training can help improve pelvic stability by incorporating exercises that target the gluteus maximus, medius, and minimus muscles.
     

  4. Enhancing gait pattern: A smooth and efficient gait pattern requires good coordination, strength, and mobility in the lower extremities. CS106 Functional movement training can help enhance gait pattern by improving the biomechanics of the core and pelvic floor muscles, which are crucial for maintaining proper alignment and stability during walking.

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Overall, functional movement training that focuses on the core and pelvic floor muscles can help enhance pelvic floor function, relieve low back pain, facilitate gait pattern, and reduce the risk of falls by improving the biomechanics of the lower extremities. By working with SMARC cloud-based AI health management system, you can develop a program (AI evaluation/ AI exercise prescription) that is tailored to your specific needs and goals, and can help you achieve better pelvic health and wellness, leading to better sleep quality as you age.

Training Objectives
  • Repair Pelvic Floor Function
  • Facilitate Groin Lymph Circulation
     
  • Trunk & Pelvic Floor & Hip Functional Fitness Training

          (Enhance Mobility & Coordination & Symmetric Performance)

CS207

SMARC Knee

SMARC CS207 Functional movement training that focuses on the core, knee and lower limbs can help enhance gait pattern, relieve knee pain, promote circulation, and reduce the risk of falls by improving the biomechanics of core and lower extremities. The following are the key concepts of the training:

  1. Strengthening the core muscles: The core muscles play a crucial role in stabilizing the spine during movement. Weak core muscles can contribute to poor posture and compensations in the lower extremities, which can affect gait pattern and increase the risk of falls. CS207 Functional movement training can help improve core muscle strength by incorporating exercises that target the transverse abdominis, multifidus, and pelvic floor muscles.
     

  2. Strengthening the knee muscles: The knee joint is one of the most common sites of pain and injury in the lower extremities. Weakness or imbalances in the muscles surrounding the knee can contribute to knee pain and compromise gait pattern. CS207 Functional movement training can help strengthen the knee muscles, such as the quadriceps, hamstrings, and calf muscles, through exercises like lunges, squats, and calf raises.
     

  3. Improving knee joint mobility: Restricted knee joint mobility can also contribute to knee pain and affect gait pattern. CS207 Functional movement training can help improve knee joint mobility through stretch, strength and rhythmic coordination exercises.
     

  4. Enhancing circulation: Poor circulation in the lower extremities can contribute to pain, swelling and discomfort, as well as increase the risk of falls. CS207 Functional movement training can help enhance circulation that promote blood and lymphatic flow from the lower extremities back to trunk, such as ankle pumps and leg lifts.
     

  5. Improving gait pattern: A smooth and efficient gait pattern requires good coordination, strength, and mobility in the lower extremities. CS207 Functional movement training can help enhance gait pattern by improving the biomechanics of the core and knee muscles, which are crucial for maintaining proper alignment and stability during walking.

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Overall, functional movement training that focuses on the core and knee muscles can help enhance gait pattern, relieve knee pain, promote circulation, and reduce the risk of falls by improving the biomechanics of core and lower extremities. By working with SMARC cloud-based AI health management system, you can develop a program (AI evaluation/ AI exercise prescription) that is tailored to your specific needs and goals, individuals can improve their posture, balance, and overall movement patterns, that can help you achieve better knee health and wellness, lead to greater independence, mobility, improved quality of life, and reduced risk of injury as you age.

Training Objectives
  • Repair Knee Function
  • Trunk & Lower Extremity Functional Fitness Training

          (Enhance Mobility & Coordination & Symmetric Performance)

CS208

SMARC Total Body

SMARC CS208 functional movement training of the total body that engage multiple muscle groups and joints, often requiring the integration of the nervous and musculoskeletal systems that can reduce pain and stiffness, regain function, enhance blood and lymphatic circulation to improve immune function and reduce the risk of infection and disease, facilitate gait pattern and reduce the risk of falls by improving the overall biomechanics of the total body to further sustain quality of life. Here are the key concepts of the training:

  1. Enhance the immune system by promoting blood and lymphatic circulation: During exercise, the heart rate increases, which in turn increases blood circulation. This increased circulation can help to remove toxins and waste products from the body, and improve the transportation of immune cells and antibodies to where they are needed. Lymphatic circulation is also important for immune function, as lymphatic vessels help to transport immune cells throughout the body. With muscle pump effect of CS108 functional movement training, lymphatic circulation is also increased, which can help to boost the immune system.


  2. Improve coordination and gait, which can reduce the risk of falls: As we age, coordination and balance tend to deteriorate, which can increase the risk of falls and fractures. By performing CS108 that improve coordination and balance, functional movement training can help to reduce this risk and promote overall health and well-being.


  3. Relieve pain and stiffness at the shoulder, low back, hip, and knee: These are common areas of discomfort, especially for individuals who are inactive or have poor posture. By improving strength, flexibility, and endurance in these areas, CS108 functional movement training can help to alleviate pain and stiffness, and improve overall mobility.

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In summary, CS208 functional movement training of the total body enhances the immune system by promoting blood and lymphatic circulation, improving coordination and gait to reduce the risk of falls, and relieving pain and stiffness in the shoulder, low back, hip, and knee. These benefits can facilitate the self-healing function of the body, and promote overall health and well-being. By working with SMARC cloud-based AI health management system, you can develop a program (AI evaluation/ AI exercise prescription) that is tailored to your specific needs and goals, individuals can improve their posture, balance, and overall movement patterns, that can help you achieve better health and wellness, lead to greater independence, mobility, improved quality of life, and reduced risk of injury as you age.

Training Objectives
  • Repair Total Body Mobility & Circulation Function
  • Total Body Functional Fitness Training

          (Enhance Mobility & Coordination & Symmetric Performance)

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