Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) is based on the principle of developmental kinesiology. This is the study of the maturation of the human locomotor system after birth and enables the biomechanics of dynamic movement to be linked with stabilization. It enables efficient and ideal movement patterns to be acquired via the central nervous system's regulation of respiration and abdominal pressure with precise muscle coordination which is essential for optimal function and sport performance.
DNS Certified Exercise Trainers are Sports Professionals who have satisfactorily completed the required DNS Exercise Training coursework, passed the practical testing, and demonstrated competency in both knowledge and skill execution in the application of the DNS Exercise assessment & training principles in order to optimize the movement system for sport performance. They have earned the title "Certified DNS Exercise Trainer" (DNSET) issued by the Prague School of Rehabilitation, Prague, Czech Republic.
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