Personal Training Skills and Techniques Online Course

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Type: Online Curriculum

Item: C899067CEC

Online Curriculum
$134

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Description

Understanding how the body moves is essential to helping personal training clients improve fitness levels safely and efficiently. This course bundle offers the most up-to-date information on biomechanics, corrective exercise, human movement and program design for all types of individuals, from back pain sufferers to children to athletes. Learn how to correct faulty posture, the advantages of interval training, creative total-body exercises and high-intensity, short duration interval workouts. CECs/CEUs: 0.6 ACE, 6.0 ACSM, 0.6 NASM, 0.6 NESTA, 6.0 NETA, 1.0 NFPT, 0.6 NSCA

Available Curriculum Credits

ACSM
6.00
ACTION
0.60
ISFTA
6.00
ISSA
6.00
ISTA
0.60
NCEP
6.00
NESTA
0.60
NETA
6.00
NFPT
2.25
PTIA
6.00
REPS NZ
4.50
REPs UAE
6.00
REPs UK
6.00

Learning Objective

  1. Compare and contrast the different muscle fiber types.
  2. Discuss the research on how muscle fibers adapt to and change with training.
  3. Apply training concepts as they relate to muscle fiber types.
  4. Understand how gravity and ground reaction forces affect the functioning of muscles.
  5. Be able to discuss the “real-life” function of major muscle groups in the body.
  6. Program functionally based exercises to help clients increase strength and improve function.
  7. Identify the main components of fascial tissues.
  8. Contrast the sensory nerve endings in muscle with those in fascia, and identify the four sensory ending types in fascial tissue.
  9. Identify the four fascial elements that the traditional “muscle isolation” method ignores.
  10. Contrast the value of vector variation vs. a repetitive, machine-like program for fascial training.
  11. Identify the three elements that contribute to training fascial elasticity.
  12. Explain and teach an eccentric exercise.
  13. Describe the mechanisms of a concentric and eccentric contraction at the level of the sarcomere.
  14. Discuss the known theories regarding delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) and how they are associated with eccentric exercise.
  15. Name several unique training-effect characteristics of eccentric training.
  16. Explicate the repeated-bout effect (RBE) training method and its proposed mechanisms.
  17. Teach the recommended format for assessing a client in chronic pain.
  18. Organize a corrective-exercise program.
  19. Progress and regress corrective exercises to meet clients’ abilities and/or program goals.
  20. Perform 10 of the most effective corrective exercises for alleviating chronic pain.
  21. Know why and when to use corrective exercises to design successful programs.
  22. Demonstrate and explain good-posture body mechanics.
  23. Discuss faulty-posture positions.
  24. Identify some of the health consequences of faulty posture.
  25. Outline the guidelines for developing a healthy-posture exercise program.
  26. Describe and explain how the core muscles work to stabilize the spine.

Courses

E-Book - Personal Training Skills & Techniques
Course
May 2010 IDEA Fitness Journal Test 3: A Primer on Muscles
Course
September 2010 IDEA Fitness Journal Test 3: Understanding Muscles and Movement Course
Course
April 2011 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 4: Fascial Fitness
Course
October 2010 IDEA Fitness Journal Test 3: Eccentric Training
Course
May 2011 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 3: Corrective Exercise
Course
April 2011 IDEA Fitness Journal Quiz 3: Posture and Health
Course

2 Reviews

3.0 out of 5 Stars

  • by Nathan Hidinger on Apr 10, 2014

    Hello Kam,

    To access your other quizzes, go to your 'My Account' page by clicking the link at the top right of our website. All of your courses can be found in the 'My Education' section below where it lists your percentage complete.

    Feel free to contact me directly if you have trouble locating your quizzes or if you have additional questions.

    Nathan Hidinger
    Inspired Service Specialist
    (800)999-4332x209
    nhidinger@ideafit.com
    IDEA Health & Fitness Association

  • by Kam Chuen Kok on Apr 10, 2014

    I enrolled in the April 2011 Quiz 1, 2 and 3 today. After taking Quiz 1, I was unable to access Quiz 2 and 3 to complete my quiz to earn the CEC. Could anyone help me out?

Online Curriculum
$134

Includes all course content in digital format

Members Save $30