Strength Training for Optimal Results
Rick Richey, MS
Strength can mean different things to different people. As trainers, you need to know how to tailor a strength training program that will resonate with clients. The information introduced in this evidence-based course will define the different types of strength and explain how to design a program that is outcome focused. We'll also expose the fundamental flaws of "bro science"—you know, that gym guru who advises folks on how to get bigger and stronger, faster—that often leads clients and trainers down a false path to success.
- Define different types of strength.
- Describe evidence for different types of strength through the NASM OPT™ Model.
- Design an outcome-focused program.
- Discuss flowed approaches to strength training.
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