Discover the American Council on Exercise’s Integrated Fitness Training (IFT) Model; a NEW program that provides personal trainers with a systematic and comprehensive approach to exercise program design, assessments and programming guidelines to facilitate lasting behavioral change.
Each phase of the model provides customized levels of programming that are geared toward improving health, basic fitness, advanced fitness and enhanced performance. In addition, focus is placed on functional movement and resistance training as well as cardiorespiratory training. When combined, the phases of this model allow the personal trainer to provide comprehensive training solutions that are appropriate for each client’s current goals along the health-fitnessperformance training continuum.
Ultimately, the information shared in this program will help trainers to create positive experiences that result in better program adherence and success for their clients. So if you want to set yourself apart from your peers, you will not want to miss out on this special video.
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|1.||THE ACE INTEGRATED FITNESS TRAINING (ACE IFT) MODEL DISC #1||Play|
|2.||Introduction (Fabio Comana)||Play|
|3.||Evolution of Personal Training||Play|
|4.||Rapport, Communication, and Behavior||Play|
|5.||Personality Indexing - Tools and Application||Play|
|6.||Stages of Change - Tools and Application||Play|
|7.||Rethinking Assesments - Considerations for Appropriate Assesments and Timing||Play|
|8.||Functional Movement and Resistance Training (Pete McCall)||Play|
|9.||Phase One: Stability and Mobility Training||Play|
|10.||Phase Two: Movement Training||Play|
|11.||Phase Three: Load Training||Play|
|12.||Phase Four: Performance Training||Play|
|13.||Cardiorespiratory Training Phases: Aerobic-base through Anaerobic-power Training (Todd Galati)||Play|
|14.||ACE IFT 3-Zone Training Model||Play|
|15.||THE ACE INTEGRATED FITNESS TRAINING (ACE IFT) MODEL DISC #2||Play|
|16.||Case Study- Client Description||Play|
|17.||Stablilty and Mobility Training||Play|
|18.||Examples of Stability and Mobility Exercises||Play|
|19.||Developing an Aerobic Base||Play|
|20.||Behavioral Considerations #1||Play|
|22.||Movement Training- Program Design||Play|
|24.||Behavioral Considerations #2||Play|
|27.||Progressing Aerobic Efficency and incorporating S-A-Q Training||Play|
|28.||Behavioral Considerations #3||Play|
Fabio Comana, MA, MS, is an exercise physiologist for the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and a faculty member at San Diego State University (SDSU) and the University of California, San Diego. Prev...
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