After taking this continuing education quiz, you will be able to use your knowledge of muscles, machines and movement to create powerful new workouts. Expand your knowledge about strength and cardio supersets and learn the key to effective superset workouts. Learn how to design strength and cardio supersets and maximize results in minimal time. Read about how cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of mortality for U.S. men and women, and learn how to raise your HDL levels and lower your risk for heart disease. So much beneficial information for you and your client wrapped up in one quiz.
Having your clients spend many hours per week training physically is only one of the components to helping them achieve their fitness, sport, health and wellness goals. Another vitally important, yet rarely discussed topic is how to aid them in their recovery. This course will provide a comprehensive review of recovery. The science of recovery will be presented in a practical user-friendly presentation that will allow the trainer to walk away with a greater understanding of what recovery modalities work and how best to implement these into a well-balanced training program. View Details
Exercise professionals are committed to maintaining and improving the functional independence and physical performance of their clients. This continuing education quiz reviews posture from a health perspective. Learn the difference between good and faulty posture, and key points to be aware of in assessing lateral, frontal and posterior posture positions. Get in on the discussion of posture as it affects health for different sectors of the population, and teach your clients how to adopt a new posture pleasure principle. This quiz has so many benefits for your clients and yourself because good posture promotes better health.
ACE 0.10 CECs, ACSM 1.00 CECs, ISSA 1.00 CEUs, NASM 0.10 CEUs, NESTA 0.10 CECs, NETA 1.00 CECs, NFPT 0.50 CECs, PTIA 1.00 Credits, REPs UK 1.00 CPD
This course explores the Pelvic Core Neuromuscular System (PCNS) and problems women encounter when dealing with it. You'll learn the PCNS anatomy, the differences between men and women, the muscular support of the PCNS and its function and dysfunction. As a fitness professional, understanding functional anatomy will help you create more variety within your training programs and obtain measurable results more quickly. This course will give you a greater understanding of the PCNS and allow you to enhance your clients'quality of life.
Many fitness professionals find out the hard way that there's a lot more to starting a business than just running an ad in the local newspaper and raking in the clients. In addition, there is a vast difference between being an independent personal trainer and owning a business. This lecture examines some of the very basic, yet very critical—and often overlooked—elements that go into opening and running a successful enterprise. View Details
Sugar or artificial sweetener! What should you use? This course will discuss several sources of sugar, including
sucrose, fructose, sugar alcohols, artificial sweeteners (like Splenda® and Equal®), high fructose corn syrups, honey and others. Walk away with a better understanding of the composition of sugars and sweeteners, how they are metabolized, acceptable daily intake, and their effects on appetite, weight loss, fat storage and stability. View Details
Personal trainers need the skills to connect with currently underserved markets. This course shows you new models for sessions that will allow anyone of any budget to get the professional fitness instruction they need. You will discover strategies for ensuring better adherence to your programs, less dependence on you, and that you'll get so much word-of-mouth business you'll have little need for traditional marketing. (Suitable for anyone in the personal trainer field, including managers.) View Details