Our Functional Training for Adaptive Athletes (FTAA) course is an online, self-paced video training. This course is led by Ready State instructors Dr. Theresa Larson, DPT and Max Conserva of Adaptive Athletic. It shows coaches how to train athletes with disabilities.

In FTAA, you will see how to work with athletes that have upper-and lower-limb impairments. And you will also find out how to coach wheeled athletes and those with invisible wounds. For each type of athlete, you will discover how to adapt the squat, hinge, push, pull and carry movements.

The course contains five modules with a total of 29 videos. That’s over 4 hours of instruction time with Dr. Larson.

There are no prerequisites to register for this course. After completing the course and exam, you will receive a certificate of completion. This course has been approved from NSCA (Provider #L1400-HSFTA)for 0.5 CEUs. In the past, students have also applied for and received CEU credits for this course from the organization of their choice.

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