Chicago PICP Level 2
Early Bird Pricing:
- Save $500 Until January 7, 2024
- Save an additional 5% when you Pay In Full
- Deposit Option: Final Payment Automatically Taken March 9, 2024
- By choosing the One-Time Payment of the Deposit Option, it will disable the automatic final payment. You must contact us to make your final payment by the due date.
You must be a PICP Level 1 Coach or enrolled in the PICP Level 1 Course in order to register
Strength is not the only component of achieving structural balance. It also includes mobility and flexibility. When performing a motor skill, internal and external forces acting on the human body determine how parts of the body move to produce and resist forces.
The Lower Body Structural Balance Assessment includes 12 total movement and flexibility screenings.
Having established a standard technique for each individual, you will not only be able to detect faults in your athlete’s performance, but you also be able to create the appropriate training program to remedy the imbalances, whether its strength , mobility, or flexibility based.
From the screenings, you will create effective programs to help correct these imbalances.
The 3-day PICP™ Upper Body Structural Balance Course will cover:
- Lower Body Structural Balance Assessment
- Program Design with Periodization Models for Athletes & Gen Pop Clients
- Functional Anatomy for the knee and posterior chain
- Exercise Variations & Progressions of the Lower Body
Here’s what to expect:
- After registration, you will gain access to the online Theory Manual and online theory presentation and receive specific course information (hotels, airports, and what you need to bring to class).
- Between registration and the course, you are required to successfully complete the Theory Exam with a score of 92% or better. We ask that this is done at least before attending the in-person course.
- In the course you will complete the practical exam of demonstrating the Lower Body Structural Balance Assessment. This will be graded on a rubric and the passing score is 96%.
The course hours are:
Day 1: 9:00 am- 5:00 pm
Day 2: 9:00 am- 5:00 pm
Day 3: 9:00 am- 5:00 pm
Course dates, requirements, times, topics, agenda, and student giveaways may be subject to change at any time without notice.
Minimum number of students required to hold this course. If you are registered, you will be notified within 45-60 days before the course.