Class details

The Fitness Instructor personally guides the exerciser in personal or small-scale group sessions. His role is to ensure not only the guidance of a safe workout and the exercise supervision, but also the design of programs for healthy adults in the muscle strengthening and aerobic exercise rooms.

An Instructor delivers fitness instruction to individuals with the use of equipment (Fitness Instructor) or to a group through fitness classes (Group Fitness Instructor). Both types of the occupation have the same purpose and require the same level of knowledge, skills and competences. Therefore most of the requirements are the same for both occupation types.

 

 

Occupational Roles

The Fitness Instructor should be able to:

  1. Provide effective and safe fitness instruction
  2. Promote healthy lifestyle management
  3. Identify individual motives and resulting short, medium and long term fitness goals
  4. Suggest relevant exercise adaptations or options to allow for individual client differences or needs 5. Provide participants with advice on intensity and how to progress their individual performance and results
  5. Observe clients/members at all times and correct unsafe technique
  6. Display perfect technique at all times (posture, range of motion, control, timing and form)
  7. Positively interact and motivate clients/members using appropriate strategies in order to promote adherence to exercise.
  8. Deliver good customer service and be a positive role model at all times
  9. Promote healthy activities and related strategies for daily living to clients/members (lifestyle management)
  10. Promote customer referral: invite customers to bring friend and family along and promote their fitness activities in their social environment
  11. Promote a healthy and clean environment

 

 

 

Table Of Contents
  • Exercise categories & classification
  • Muscle strength, hypertrophy, power, endurance training
  • Coaching principles
  • Personal health record
  • Annual exercise planning
  • Aerobic training & resistance systems & methods
  • Customized programs design – case studies
  • Exercise safety – special & controversial exercises
  • Work communication and behavior problems
  • Functional Training
  • Exercise for children, adolescents and the elderly
  • Physical activity and exercise recommendations for healthy adults
  • Suspension Exercise Introduction
  • Vibration Introduction
  • Anatomy – Kinesiology L3
  • Physiology of Exercise L3
  • Nutrition Exercise and Health L3

 

 

What You Get

*Course TextBook

*Quizzes

*Practice Test

*Education Support

*FAE Certificate

*EREPS Certificate

 

 

Assessment /Exam

*Quizzes

*Learning Experience

*Practical Demonstration

*Multiple Choice Test [125 questions, limit = 2 hours, 70% pass score, 1 Free Re-test]

 

 

Total qualification time

Total hours : 250 hours

Self study/ Internship : 150  hours

Guided learning : 100 hours

Class Trainer

https://www.fitnessacademyeurope.com/iw-teacher/lara-gerada/

Lara Gerada

Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) – University of Malta Thesis: Drug use and abuse in Sports Post...

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Class Information

Price: €2,000
Time: 3 months
TimeFrame: Saturday
Certificate: EQF Level 3 Fitness Instructor
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