What You’ll Learn From This Course
Our course material is continually updated so you can be sure you’re receiving the most accurate and up-to-date information available. You’ll learn everything you need to know to start helping clients start moving better and feeling less pain:
Identify the major structures of the body.
Describe joints, their common injuries, and how they function as complete kinetic chains.
Identify how basic principles of biomechanics, balance, kinesthesis, and proprioception relate to muscle and strength balance.
Review the physiology of muscle contraction, muscle fiber types, energy production pathways, mechanisms of fatigue, and training adaptations.
Recognize Newton’s Laws of Motion and their relationship to the biomechanics of strength and movement.
Apply exercise adaptations, program periodization, and training cycles within a training period to program design for a given group.
Identify strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular training, and conditioning, as well as training modalities for each.
Evaluate clients, including body composition, flexibility, mobility, and performance nutrition.
Identify essential considerations for designing a specific group exercise program, including useful information gathering, strategies for flexible programming in less than ideal conditions, approaching nutrition effectively in a group setting, safety and injury prevention, and strategies for coaching, motivating, tracking progress, and building relationships.
Select, scale, modify, and blend exercises, repetition schemes, workout tempos, and group workout formats.
Identify the most effective blend of equipment and exercises to provide a full-body, balanced approach to achieving the desired training effect for the group.
Recognize basic elements of managing and marketing your group exercise business, including professionalism and pricing.
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