Health Fitness Students Learn From Industry Leader on Lower Cross Syndrome

Posted by on February 9, 2012

MIke Duffy works with the HS 102 class on techniques to combat lower cross syndrome

Plymouth health fitness students in the Introduction to Exercise Science class had the opportunity to learn about Lower Cross Syndrome (LCS) from industry expert Mike Duffy recently.

Duffy, founder of Motion 4 Life, and a certified personal trainer of seven years, educated the class with a 30-minute lecture on the syndrome and how to assess it in a client.

Students then learned a total of nine different exercises to help improve muscle imbalances caused by LCS.

“Our students got to experience an amazing two-hour workout,” Health Fitness Chair Carrie Rowell said.

Students at the Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth regularly hear from industry experts in all mutliple career fields to help enhance the learning and education experience. For more information, contact the campus at 763-476-2000.





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