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"DNS FIT KID poster"
DNS FIT KID poster depicts exercise modifications for children in DNS animal positions. This poster is a valuable tool to supplement the DNS FIT KID Journal and a quick guide on how to train correct trunk stabilization, functional joint centration and dynamic movement patterns with children in a playful way. Variations include a ball, bands and a sliding mat, which increase playfulness and create a fun exercise environment. The dynamic exercises, shown around the basic animal picture in the middle, help to reinforce correct trunk stability during movement. The icons of Mr.Belly Balloon, Mr. Belly Sucker and Mr. Slacker help children and their parents to understand how correct and incorrect trunk stabilization stereotypes manifest on the shape of the belly.
"DNS Corrections Wall Poster"
The DNS Corrections Poster is a new practitioner's tool depicting and simplifying optimal and abnormal stabilization strategies.
Use this poster to both introduce the original concept of "Functional Joint Centration" versus "Decentration", while clarifying stabilization strategies to your clients. Save time demonstrating the most common imbalances in human erect posture, optimal and faulty coordination among muscles stabilizing the chest, spine and pelvis. The new poster quickly demonstrates how ideal and faulty breathing stereotypes differ, while also showing proper sitting and squatting postures.
The new "DNS Corrections Posture" is artistically designed to be a professional and aesthetic educational tool to any clinic or gym
Perfect help for all rehabilitation experts explaining the exercise position to the patients and comparing the patient’s postural-locomotion pattern to the optimal developmental patterns shown on the posters to determine a weak link (functionally decentrated segment) within the global postural-locomotion chain.
Developmental positions starting at 3 months through13 months are demonstrated in both, an infant and an adult. Posters also demonstrate basic principles of core stabilization, ipsilateral and contralateral locomotion patterns and open and closed kinetic chains.