720 : Targeted Training for Aging Adults

Time Block O - Saturday, 3:40-5:10pm

Session Format : Workshop

by Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS

17 Ratings

Type: Session

Item: CA14-S720


Safe and effective exercise design for active, aging adults requires fitness professionals to match goals, skills and abilities with exercises that will reduce the risk of falling, develop power, and offer static and dynamic balance training, joint range of motion, core stability and stress reduction. And most importantly, it has to be enjoyable, meaningful and primarily social. Your seniors will be amazed at how much more they can accomplish when you take a specific and purposeful approach to programming for this ever-growing market.

About the Author

Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS

Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

Irene Lewis-McCormick, MS, C.S.C.S. is an international fitness educator, twice published author (Human Kinetics) and 30-year fitness industry veteran. Irene is faculty at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and SCW Fitness. She is the Education Director for Octane Fitness, an Orangetheory Fitness coach and a RYKA Fitness Ambassador. Irene contributes to several fitness and consumer publications, is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for ACE and NASM, an IDEA Fitness Expert, and contributing author to the newest release of the AFAA Group Fitness Instructor Manual. Irene holds positions on the advisory board for Diabetic Living magazine and the Egg Nutrition Council. Irene has starred in dozens of DVD's, has written 13 fitness instructional manuals (pre-natal, water fitness, small group training, kids fitness, HIIT program design, strength training, group exercise, etc.) and is a master trainer for TRX, Savvier Fitness, Power Systems, SCW Fitness Education, JumpSport and KnotOut. Her primary certifications include NSCA, ACE, ACSM, AEA, AFAA and YogaFit.