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Expand your knowledge on three different subjects with the mind-body-spirit–specific articles in this course and learn the truth about some of the latest yoga research. Find out how willpower is like a muscle and discover how you can train it. Learn about becoming a coach and the relevant factors to weigh before choosing a coach training program.
Articles and the test from the June 2008 CEC Mind-Body-Spirit Issue of IDEA Fitness Journal.
Available Course Credits
- Define the key elements of a randomized controlled trial.
- List several potential pitfalls when designing a research study on yoga.
- Describe the health conditions for which there is good scientific evidence to suggest that yoga may be beneficial.
- Explain the health conditions for which there is promising but inconclusive scientific evidence that yoga may be beneficial.
- Provide answers to client questions about the effect of a yoga practice on specific common ailments.
- Understand the four assumptions of the strength model of willpower, and the evidence that supports the model.
- Describe the body’s role in supporting acts of willpower.
- Explain how stress and lifestyle can influence willpower.
- Identify three strategies for restoring willpower and three for conserving willpower.
- Explain how exercising willpower can improve it.
- Give a succinct definition of professional coaching.
- Understand the forces driving growth in the coaching field.
- Identify the 11 core competencies for coaches.
- Recognize elements distinguishing different coach training programs.
- Appreciate the requirements for becoming a coach.
- Enroll in the course.
- View the course content.
- Take the test. (You must score 80% to pass. If you do not pass, you may retake the test.)
- Print your certificate of completion.
|The Latest Yoga Research||Article|
|The Science of Willpower||Article|
|Becoming a Coach: A Roadmap to Training||Article|