Pilates for Rotational Sports
Get ahead of the competition with Pilates for Rotational Sports!
Many sports involve rotation and repetitive movements that can result in overuse injuries. A few examples include golf, tennis, and hockey. Athletes of these sports commonly develop imbalances and injuries – the effects can range from impaired performance to a sidelined athlete.
Polestar Education’s Rotational Sports course teaches Pilates practitioners to incorporate Pilates exercises into the training/rehabilitation sessions of these athletes to develop greater stability, core control, and range of motion while decreasing fatigue, injuries, and biomechanical issues.
- Comprehensive Pilates teachers
- Physios and Rehab professional
- Sports Trainers
Polestar Online - As a Polestar student you will have access to a significant amount of valuable course material through the Polestar Online platform (the material granted depends on the course that you have registered for). Access is included in your course fee, although there is a time limit on the length of time you will be able to access the online material.
This offers students access to this valuable study resource up until the time they sit the exam. For professional courses, students are encouraged to take the exam 6-8 months after the original last course module. Students who choose to sit the exam at a later date (up to 1 year after the original final course module) may have to pay an extra fee in order to maintain access to the online material.
More details can be found in our terms and conditions here. You may also need to check with your host, as there may be country specific terms and conditions of enrollment.
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- Duration: 16 hours
- Polestar CECs: 8, PMA CECs: 8
Breakdown of learning hours:
Course Attendance (8 hours)
- Polestar Pilates Comprehensive Graduate