The BioMechanics Method® is the world’s premier step-by-step corrective exercise education program designed to teach health and fitness professionals how to effectively work with people who experience muscle and joint pain. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive your CES credential and be recognized worldwide as a Specialist in The BioMechanics Method (Level One).
The BioMechanics Method Corrective Exercise Specialist (TBMM-CES) course is designed to provide you with an understanding of how to create and implement successful corrective exercise programs. It provides step-by-step instruction and guidance regarding structural assessment, functional anatomy, corrective exercise selection, and corrective exercise program design.
The information in this course is delivered through a combination of audio-visual components, reading comprehension, skills practice tests, and practical activities. In order to make the most of this learning opportunity, please carefully read and follow all of the instructions provided.
What is included in this educational course?
The following materials are included in your course:
5 videos entitled
5 digital reference manuals/workbooks entitled
Digital Assessment Tools and Client Program Workbook
4 online multiple choice exams and one online practical skills exam (includes unlimited test retakes)
By the end of this corrective exercise specialty certificate course you will be able to:
1. Employ a step-by-step process for conducting fundamental structural assessments that can be used with any client to identify structural deviations that may cause or contribute to chronic pain and/or injuries.
2. Understand the root cause of a client’s pain and/or dysfunction by determining which muscles and soft tissue structures have been affected by structural deviations and movement dysfunction.
3. Describe and explain the differences between three major types of corrective exercises: self-myofascial release, stretching, and strengthening and identify how and when to utilize, progress, and regress each of the three corrective exercise types when working with clients in chronic pain.
4. Design corrective exercise programs that ensure maximum client participation and adherence by knowing what to do and not to do at each stage of the program design process to help clients reach their goals as effectively and efficiently as possible.
5. Provide evidence of your understanding of structural assessment, functional anatomy, and corrective exercise program design through the successful completion of a series comprehensive multiple choice exams and a practical skills test.
In what order should I complete the Level One learning modules?
Complete the learning modules in the following order:
To ensure that you learn the material in The BioMechanics Method in the step-by-step manner in which it is designed, you should complete the learning modules in order as listed above. Although you will have received all five learning modules at the same time, you should only commence working on subsequent modules once you have successfully completed the first module.
The success of The BioMechanics Method learning program depends on building your skills in the specific assessment and exercise areas one step at a time. Completing the learning modules simultaneously does not enable you to adequately comprehend the material. Your cooperation in this matter is not only a course requirement, but will greatly improve your skill acquisition as you work toward becoming a Specialist in The BioMechanics Method.
How long should it take to complete this course?
The estimated completion time for The BioMechanics Method Corrective Exercise Specialist course in its entirety is approximately 50-75 hours. There are five learning modules that must be successfully completed in order to receive your Specialist Certificate. Each module is numbered separately and broken into three components. You must complete the following tasks associated with each learning module in order to progress to subsequent modules:
How is my grade for this course determined?
In order to receive a passing grade and be eligible to claim your Corrective Exercise Specialist certificate, you must correctly answer a minimum of 70% of the exam questions. You may retake each exam as necessary until you pass for no additional charge. Once you pass all the exams you will receive your credential certificate verifying your status as a Specialist in The BioMechanics Method (TBMM-CES).
How long do I have to complete the learning modules for Level One?
You have a maximum of twelve (12) months from your original date of enrollment to complete ALL FIVE learning modules for Level One.
One of the wonderful things about flexible learning programs is that you can determine your own pace for completing the course. However, you may lose motivation or course continuity if you do not approach your studies in a structured or timely manner. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you develop a course completion timeline to you help keep focused and ensure you complete all modules and tests within the timeframe allowed.
Good luck completing the course! We look forward to welcoming you as a Specialist in The BioMechanics Method.
|Important Course Information - Please Read||Text/Manual|
|The Fundamentals of Structural Assessment Video||Video|
|The Fundamentals of Structural Assessment Manual||Text/Manual|
|Structural Assessment (Module 1) - End of Section Self Check activities (printable)||Text/Manual|
|The Fundamentals of Structural Assessment Test||Test|
|Understanding Muscles and Movement Video||Video|
|Understanding Muscles and Movement Manual||Text/Manual|
|Understanding Muscles and Movement (Module 2) - End of Section Self Check activities (printable)||Text/Manual|
|Understanding Muscles and Movement Test||Test|
|The Fundamentals of Corrective Exercise Video||Video|
|The Fundamentals of Corrective Exercise Manual||Text/Manual|
|Corrective Exercise (Module 3) - End of Section Self Check activities (printable)||Text/Manual|
|The Fundamentals of Corrective Exercise Test||Test|
|Corrective Exercise Program Design Video||Video|
|Corrective Exercise Program Design Manual||Text/Manual|
|Corrective Exercise Program Design (Module 4) - End of Section Self Check activities (printable)||Text/Manual|
|Corrective Exercise Program Design Test||Test|
|The Complete Exercise Library (Level One) Video||Video|
|The Complete Exercise Library (Level One) Reference Manual||Text/Manual|
|Study Materials for Module 5 Practical Skills Test||Text/Manual|
|Practical Skills Requirement and Completion - Module 5||Test|
|Assessment Tools and Client Program Workbooks||Text/Manual|