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Beyond Randomness: Exercise Selection Based on Movement Screening

by Nick Clayton, MS
AASFP 0.10 Units, ACE 0.10 CECs, ACSM 1.00 CECs, AFAA 2.00 CEUs, AFPA 1.00 CECs, CHEK 1.00 Units, CI 1.00 CECs, IFPA 1.00 Units, NAFC 0.10 Units, NASM 0.20 CEUs, NCCPT 0.10 CECs, NCSF 0.25 CEUs, NESTA 0.10 CECs, NETA 1.00 CECs, NFPT 0.25 CECs, NSCA 0.30 CEUs, NSPA 1.00 CEUs, PAI 1.00 Units, PTAG 1.00 Units, PTIA 1.00 Credits, REPS NZ 0.75 Units, REPs UAE 1.00 CPDs, REPs UK 1.00 CPD, W.I.T.S. 1.00 CECs
$69.00
Personal trainers don't need fancy equipment or extensive testing to determine where to start when designing programs and selecting exercises. What is needed is an understanding of mobility, proper technique, effective coaching cues, and appropriate variations and progressions. In this workshop, we'll cover quick movement screens, along with specific mobility exercises, coaching cues and exercise progressions. Walk away with an effective training philosophy that will add value to your training service and increase efficiency in designing individualized training programs. View Details

TRX® Rip™ Training Foundations

by Pete Holman, PT
AASFP 0.30 Units, ACE 0.30 CECs, ACSM 2.00 CECs, CHEK 3.00 Units, CI 3.00 CECs, IFPA 3.00 Units, ISFTA 3.00 Units, NASM 0.30 CEUs, NCCPT 0.30 CECs, NCSF 1.50 CEUs, NESTA 0.30 CECs, NETA 3.00 CECs, NFPT 0.25 CECs, NSCA 0.40 CEUs, NSPA 3.00 CEUs, PTAG 3.00 Units, PTIA 3.00 Credits, REPS NZ 2.25 Units, REPs UAE 3.00 CPDs, REPs UK 3.00 CPD, W.I.T.S. 3.00 CECs
$69.00
Step up your training sessions by learning the foundations of Rip Training. This high–intensity course provides a strong introduction to the essence of this exciting new program. The essential elements of Rip Training will be covered, along with a system that focuses on the proper progression and regression of exercises using the TRX Rip Trainer. By Pete Holman, PT, TRX View Details

November-December 2016 IDEA Food and Nutrition Tips Quiz 1: Plant-Based Options for Protein

AASFP 0.10 Units, ACE 0.10 CECs, ACSM 1.00 CECs, AFAA 1.00 CEUs, AFPA 1.00 CECs, CI 1.00 CECs, IFPA 1.00 Units, ISFTA 1.00 Units, NASM 0.10 CEUs, NCCPT 0.10 CECs, NCEP 1.00 Units, NCSF 0.50 CEUs, NESTA 0.10 CECs, NETA 1.00 CECs, NFPT 0.25 CECs, NSCA 0.10 CEUs
$25.00
This quiz covers an article that examines how we can get more protein in our diets without eating more meat View Details

November-December 2016 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 1: Health and Fitness News, and New Studies on Antioxidants

AASFP 0.10 Units, ACE 0.10 CECs, ACSM 1.00 CECs, AFAA 1.00 CEUs, AFPA 1.00 CECs, CI 1.00 CECs, IFPA 1.00 Units, ISFTA 1.00 Units, NASM 0.10 CEUs, NCCPT 0.10 CECs, NCEP 1.00 Units, NCSF 0.50 CEUs, NESTA 0.10 CECs, NETA 1.00 CECs, NFPT 0.25 CECs, NSCA 0.10 CEUs
$25.00
This quiz highlights the latest news and research on a variety of health and fitness topics, including current strength trends of young adults, the cardiovascular health of children, the case for investing in a franchise, and how exercise can help people with schizophrenia. Also included is a research article that discusses new insights on antioxidants. This article takes a look at new studies that suggest exercise and a healthy diet may be more potent than consuming antioxidants. View Details

Food for Thought: Brain, Gut, Microbes, Diet

by Joe Weiss, MD
AASFP 0.20 Units, ACE 0.20 CECs, ACSM 2.00 CECs, AFAA 2.00 CEUs, AFPA 2.00 CECs, CHEK 2.00 Units, CI 2.00 CECs, IFPA 2.00 Units, NAFC 0.20 Units, NASM 0.20 CEUs, NCCPT 0.20 CECs, NCSF 1.00 CEUs, NESTA 0.20 CECs, NETA 2.00 CECs, NFPT 0.25 CECs, NSCA 0.30 CEUs, NSPA 2.00 CEUs, PAI 2.00 Units, PTAG 2.00 Units, PTIA 2.00 Credits, REPS NZ 1.50 Units, REPs UAE 2.00 CPDs, REPs UK 2.00 CPD, W.I.T.S. 2.00 CECs
$69.00
The brain–gut–microbiome axis is revolutionizing our understanding of mental and physical health and wellness. The microbiome is the term used to describe the trillions of microbial organisms that normally live within and on our body. Science has revealed that humans are actually a super-organism and the microbiome is in continuous communication with the body. The microbiome and diet are intimately interconnected with human health and wellness. Fitness professionals will want to be up to date in understanding this remarkable advance, as well as the role of diet, prebiotics and probiotics. View Details

Functional Power Training for Older Clients

by Cody Sipe, PhD
AASFP 0.20 Units, ACE 0.20 CECs, ACSM 2.00 CECs, AFAA 2.00 CEUs, AFPA 2.00 CECs, CHEK 2.00 Units, CI 2.00 CECs, IFPA 2.00 Units, NAFC 0.20 Units, NASM 0.20 CEUs, NCCPT 0.20 CECs, NCSF 1.00 CEUs, NESTA 0.20 CECs, NETA 2.00 CECs, NFPT 0.25 CECs, NSCA 0.30 CEUs, NSPA 2.00 CEUs, PAI 2.00 Units, PTAG 2.00 Units, PTIA 2.00 Credits, REPS NZ 1.50 Units, REPs UAE 2.00 CPDs, REPs UK 2.00 CPD, W.I.T.S. 2.00 CECs
$69.00
Muscle power is a critical component to maintaining our functional abilities as we age. Traditional resistance programs focus on slow and controlled movement that have little impact on muscle power, and traditional power lifting programs are too risky and dangerous for the average aging adult. Should and can older adults perform power training? Yes! This session will cover all the critical aspects of a safe and effective functional power program for older clients, including equipment, technique, moves and contraindications. View Details

Intermittent Fasting: Science or Fiction?

by John Berardi, PhD
AASFP 0.20 Units, ACE 0.20 CECs, ACSM 2.00 CECs, AFAA 2.00 CEUs, AFPA 2.00 CECs, CHEK 2.00 Units, CI 2.00 CECs, IFPA 2.00 Units, ISFTA 2.00 Units, NAFC 0.20 Units, NASM 0.20 CEUs, NCCPT 0.20 CECs, NCSF 1.00 CEUs, NESTA 0.20 CECs, NETA 2.00 CECs, NFPT 0.50 CECs, NSCA 0.30 CEUs, NSPA 2.00 CEUs, PAI 2.00 Units, PTAG 2.00 Units, PTIA 2.00 Credits, REPS NZ 1.50 Units, REPs UAE 2.00 CPDs, REPs UK 2.00 CPD, W.I.T.S. 2.00 CECs
$69.00
The proposed benefits of intermittent fasting read like a laundry list of “look better,” “feel better,” “live longer” changes. That's why intermittent fasting is gaining tremendous popularity in online circles. Advocates are vocal and persuasive. But is this style of eating for you, or your clients? In this session, John discusses all aspects of the practice of intermittent fasting, recounts his experiments with half a dozen different protocols, and shares some key takeaway messages. View Details

November-December 2016 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 3: Coach the Family as a Whole

AASFP 0.10 Units, ACE 0.10 CECs, ACSM 1.00 CECs, AFAA 1.00 CEUs, AFPA 1.00 CECs, CI 1.00 CECs, IFPA 1.00 Units, ISFTA 1.00 Units, NASM 0.10 CEUs, NCCPT 0.10 CECs, NCEP 1.00 Units, NCSF 0.50 CEUs, NESTA 0.10 CECs, NETA 1.00 CECs, NFPT 0.25 CECs, NSCA 0.10 CEUs
$25.00
This quiz covers a feature article that examines why nutrition and fitness professionals need to work with moms, dads and kids, together, — and how to do it. View Details

October 2015 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 2: Solution for Pain of Exhaustive Exercise and Programming Strategies for Client

AASFP 0.10 Units, ACE 0.10 CECs, ACSM 1.00 CECs, AFPA 1.00 CECs, CI 1.00 CECs, IFPA 1.00 Units, ISFTA 1.00 Units, NASM 0.10 CEUs, NCCPT 0.10 CECs, NCSF 0.50 CEUs, NESTA 0.10 CECs, NETA 1.00 CECs, NFPT 0.25 CECs, NSCA 0.10 CEUs, REPs UAE 1.00 CPDs
$25.00
In this quiz, Len Kravitz examines the latest research on tart cherry juice and its beneficial role in helping athletes recover from workouts. The second article explores techniques on how to train the five types of fitness clients: physique, performance, physique + performance hybrid, fat loss, and general fitness and health. View Details

January 2013 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 5: Adolescent Fitness

AASFP 0.10 Units, ACSM 1.00 CECs, AFPA 1.00 CECs, CI 1.00 CECs, IFPA 1.00 Units, ISFTA 1.00 Units, NCCPT 0.10 CECs, NCSF 0.50 CEUs, NESTA 0.10 CECs, NETA 1.00 CECs, NFPT 0.50 CECs, NSPA 1.00 CEUs, PTAG 1.00 Units, PTIA 1.00 Credits, REPS NZ 0.75 Units, REPs UAE 1.00 CPDs, REPs UK 1.00 CPD
$20.00
In this important course, you will learn the hows and whys behind preadolescent obesity and exercise. Preadolescence is a time of major change and growth, bringing psychological, physical and social shifts for boys and girls alike. Today’s adolescents are expected to have a shorter lifespan than their parents, and research shows that one in five children aged 5–17 years are carrying excess body weight. This course will give you the tools to design a fitness protocol for this specific population that incorporates the latest research finding. View Details