Monday, January 25, 2021 - Tuesday, January 26, 2021 from 8:45 am - 4:00 pm ET (2 Days)Add to Personal CalendarEvent Type:
Education ClinicLocation: Greek Peak (NY)
(DUE TO COVID PRECAUTIONS, plan to meet your group on snow at 8:45am and wrap up between 3:30 and 4:00pm. More specific information will be sent to you prior to the event by email or text regarding your group's specific meeting location. - COVID)Registration Information:
- Cost: $205.00
- CEUs: 12Prerequisites:
Current PSIA-AASI MembershipRegistration Deadline:
Monday, January 18, 2021, 11:59 pm ET
Online Registration: CLOSED
Offline Registration: Contact the division office.
Course Name: Movement Analysis w/ Video
Time: 2 Days
Credits: 12 Continuing Education Credits
Environment: Blue Terrain
Prerequisites: Minimum Level I Certified
This course will focus on Movement Analysis (MA) technique, using observations of riding to establish the root cause and the effects of movement patterns. You will analyze and critique the riding of other members of your group. Other members of the group will critique and/or videotape your riding. The course will review techniques to accurately observe and concisely describe snowboarding. You will practice using assessment techniques to develop a more accurate knowledge of cause and effect relationships between rider and snowboard. Wearing a helmet is not required, but is encouraged at this course.
Specific activities will vary depending on the group and environmental conditions; however, they will typically include:
• Participants will be able to apply the observation, evaluation, prescription model in a personalized manner to help students reach desired outcomes.
• Participants will identify and describe the three reference alignments and their significance for analyzing snowboarding movements.
• Participants will apply technical snowboarding knowledge to the Movement Analysis process.
• Participants will be able to articulate cause and effect relationships and prioritize the movements that should be addressed in a lesson.
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