This course is designed to provide you with a clear and accessible path to the utilization of the Steel Mace. An incredibly powerful tool for identifying weaknesses, preventing injury and creating full body strength that starts from the inside out.One of the most significant advantages of training with the Steel Mace is it provides an easy entry point into the use of offset weight on the end of a long lever. The uneven weight distribution is continually triggering the forces that act on the rotational make up of our system no matter how light or heavy it is.
KEY REASONS TO BECOME A STEEL MACE COACH WITH IFA:
• Understand the impact of rotational forces enacted on the body and their influence on movement and performance.
• Learn how to correctly perform over 30 movements to improve your physical performance including the 360 & the 10-to-2
• Develop an athletic foundation of strength, mobility, and endurance
• Recognize structural imbalances and gaps in strength for generating force
• Engage optimal structural integration to recalibrate for controlled, purposeful movement.
• Utilize the nuances of hand placement, mace configuration and positional.
• Perform dynamic hand switching for smooth movement transitioning.
• Lay the groundwork for Steel Mace flow movement sequencing.
Only when we can intentionally engage in rotation can we truly begin to control it. And if we can control it in a purposeful way, we take back what was gradually getting further and further out of our reach. It can be uncomfortable, just as it is uncomfortable to face any weakness. Celebrate and revel in all the power, balance and movement potential accessing it provides… and you will turn it into one of your greatest strengths!
This qualification is for anyone who wants master this great training tool for safe and effective training sessions.
We want to help you design training programs that teach your clients how their body can move more efficiently, so they can continue to do the things they love for as long as possible. We don’t believe in waiting until they are injured to focus on the weak links, we believe in assessing they’re movement and building strategies specific for them to avoid common injuries.