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    Advanced Personal Fitness Training

    5 Students Enrolled Occupation: Personal Fitness Trainer
    5 Students Enrolled Occupation: Personal Fitness Trainer
    $3,695.00

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    Hours: 540
    Duration: 12 months


    Language: English
    Level: Advanced
    WE-HF-8121

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    Program Description

    The certificate program is designed to supply essential education integrating exercise science curriculum and practical training techniques into a systematic model that teaches students to progress their clients through different training levels and phases. Students will be prepared for careers working at medically-based fitness facilities, community wellness programs, personal training studios, physical therapy clinics, corporate fitness centers, YMCA’s/JCC’s, and private and commercial health clubs. This course provides an introduction to the profession along with coverage of exercise physiology, biomechanics, anatomy, motor learning, and nutrition. In this course you will learn how to establish goals for clients and assess strength, flexibility, and risk as well as develop resistance, cardiorespiratory and flexibility training programs. The contributions of experts in the field are featured, showcasing their expertise in physiology, kinesiology, fitness, cardiology, pulmonary medicine, and epidemiology. The content of this course comprises both theoretical and practical physiological concepts, with related examples of exercise testing, training, and programming.

    Learning Objectives

    Upon completion of this course, students will be proficient in: • Current trends in the field of personal training • Biomechanics and nutritional needs for fitness • Coaching and behavior modification theory • The steps for an initial client screening and exercise program development • Principles for starting your own business and how to address legal issues • Principles of physiology, nutrition and body composition • The steps to perform a health screening and fitness assessment tests and procedures • Basics of exercise prescription for chronic diseases, such as pulmonary or cardiorespiratory disease • Benefits and risks of regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight • Factors to consider when forming an exercise prescription for patients and specific populations

    Courses Included

    • Personal Fitness Trainer Level 2
    • Personal Fitness Trainer Level 1

    Syllabus

    Personal Fitness Trainer Module 1 Introduction to the Field and Profession of Personal Training • The Fitness Industry: An Overview of the Landscape • Personal Trainer’s Scope of Practice • The Backgrounds of Personal Trainers • Establishing a Solid Knowledge Base • Professional Work Environments • Ethics and Professional Conduct • Client Expectations of a Personal Trainer • Where Do I Start My Career? • Rewarding Career Paths • Continuing Education and Career Development Personal Fitness Trainer Module 2 Anatomy, Kinesiology and Biomechanical Principles • Body Position • Joint Movement • Musculoskeletal Anatomy • Joint Anatomy • Mechanical Laws of Motion • Vector Quantities • Power for Rotational Movements • Muscular Anatomy and Force • Biometrics of Selected Physical Activities Personal Fitness Trainer Module 3 Exercise Physiology and Nutrition • Systems of the Body • Acute Responses • Energy Systems • Oxygen Requirement • Nutritional Concepts • Vitamins and Minerals • Hydration • Special Food Conditions • Understanding a Food Label Personal Fitness Trainer Module 4 Behavior Change and Client Focus • Challenges of Behavior Changes • Transtheoretical Model (TTM) • Health Belief Model • Theory of Planned Behavior • Social Cognitive Theory • Goal Setting Theory • Helping Clients Stay Active • Self-Efficacy • Motivation • Increase Adherence Personal Fitness Trainer Module 5 Coaching and Initial Client Consultation • Coaching Techniques • Active Listening • Developing Rapport • The 5 As Model of Behavior Change Counseling • Methods of Communication • Successful Client Relations • Relationship Marketing • Power of Nonverbal Communication • Generating Clients • Components of the Consultation • Client Communication Personal Fitness Trainer Module 6 Screening and Fitness Assessments • The Screening Process • Risk Categories • Exercise Testing • Medical Clearance and Referral • Sequence of Assessments • Heart Rate • Blood Pressure • Body Composition • CRF Assessment • Muscular Strength Assessment Personal Fitness Trainer Module 7 Program Design and Resistance Training Programs • Physiological Benefits of an Exercise Program • Muscular Fitness • Intensity, Time, and Duration • Flexibility • Anatomy of an Exercise Session • General Resistance Training Principles • Program Design Process • Resistance Training Modalities • Needs Analysis • Resistance Exercises Personal Fitness Trainer Module 8 Cardiorespiratory and Flexibility Programs • General Training Principles • Cardiovascular Endurance • Benefits and Risk of Flexibility Training • Evaluating Flexibility • Three Types of Stretching • Static and Dynamic • Rationale for Flexibility Training • Flexibility Development Program Personal Fitness Trainer Module 9 Functional Movement Assessments and Session Components • Sensorimotor Control • Mediators of Proprioception, Mobility, and Stability • Neutral Position • Assessment and Prescription • Optimal Client Care and Customer Service • Appropriate Sequencing • Education and Motivation Personal Fitness Trainer Module 10 Program Options and Special Populations • Advanced Training Status • Advanced Program Design • Programming for Children • Programming for Older Adults • Resistance Training Guidelines for Older Adults • Balance Exercises • Programming for Clients with CVD • Programming during Pregnancy and Postpartum • Programming for Clients with Diabetes • Programming for Obese Clients Personal Fitness Trainer Module 11 Business Planning and Legal Issues • Personal Trainer’s Position • Business Success • Training and Empowering Personal Trainers • Fitness Management • Starting a Business • Administration • Effectively Minimizing Risk • Scope of Practice and Professional Collaboration • Comprehensive Risk Management Program Personal Fitness Trainer Module 12 Physical Activity and Preexercise Evaluation • Physical Activity and Fitness Terminology • Public Health Perspectives • Sedentary Behavior and Health • Health Benefits of Improving Muscular Fitness • Exercise-Related Cardiac Events in Adults • Preparticipation Health Screening • Screening Algorithm • Medical Fitness Facilities • Preexercise Evaluation • Physical Examination and Laboratory Tests Personal Fitness Trainer Module 13 Health-Related Physical Fitness Testing and Interpretation • Purposes of Health-Related Physical Fitness Testing • Basic Principles and Guidelines • Measurement of Resting Heart Rate and Blood Pressure • Body Composition • Cardiorespiratory Fitness • Muscular Fitness • Flexibility Personal Fitness Trainer Module 14 Clinical Exercise Testing and Interpretation • Indications for a Clinical Exercise Test • Conducting the Clinical Exercise Test • Monitoring and Test Termination • Heart Rate Response • Electrocardiogram • Exercise Capacity • Interpreting the Clinical Exercise Test • Diagnostic Value of Exercise Testing for the Detection of Ischemic Heart Disease • Clinical Exercise Tests with Imaging • Field Walking Tests Personal Fitness Trainer Module 15 General Principles of Exercise Population • Principles of Exercise Prescription • Components of the Exercise Training Session • Aerobic Exercise • Muscular Fitness • Flexibility Exercise (Stretching) • Neuromotor Exercise • Sedentary Behavior and Brief Activity Breaks • Exercise Program Supervision Personal Fitness Trainer Module 16 Exercise Prescription for Healthy Populations with Special Considerations • Child and Adolescents • Low Back Pain • Older Adults • Pregnancy • Exercise Testing • Exercise Prescription • Special Considerations Personal Fitness Trainer Module 17 Environmental Considerations for Exercise Prescription • Exercise in High-Altitude Environments • Medical Considerations • Rapid Ascent • Exercise in Cold Environments • Clothing Considerations • Cold Injuries • Exercise in Hot Environments • Exertional Heat Illnesses Personal Fitness Trainer Module 18 Exercise for Cardiac, Peripheral, Cerebrovascular, and Pulmonary Disease • Cardiac Diseases • Inpatient and Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs • Patients with Heart Failure • Exercise Prescription for Patients with a Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke) • Exercise Training for Return to Work • Pulmonary Diseases • Asthma • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Personal Fitness Trainer Module 19 Exercise for Metabolic Disease and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors • Diabetes Mellitus • Benefits of Regular Physical Activity for Diabetes • Dyslipidemia • Hypertension • Metabolic Syndrome • Overweight and Obesity • Bariatric Surgery Personal Fitness Trainer Module 20 Populations with Other Chronic Diseases and Health Conditions • Arthritis • Cancer • Cerebral Palsy • Fibromyalgia • Human Immunodeficiency Virus • Intellectual Disability and Down Syndrome • Kidney Disease • Multiple Sclerosis • Osteoporosis • Parkinson Disease • Spinal Cord Injury Personal Fitness Trainer Module 21 Behavioral Theories and Strategies for Promoting Exercise • Exercise Prescription • Theoretical Foundations for Understanding Exercise Behavior • Decreasing Barriers to Physical Activity • Cognitive and Behavioral Strategies for Increasing Physical Activity Behavior • Exercise Adoption and Adherence • Special Populations

    Requirements

    Prerequisites

    There are no prerequisites for this class.

    Materials


    Technical Requirements

    All required reference materials are provided with this program. Technical requirements: Internet Connection • Broadband or High-Speed (DSL, Cable, Wireless) Hardware Requirements • Processor - 2GHz Processor or Higher • Memory - 1 GB RAM Minimum Recommended Software Requirements • Operating Systems - Windows 7, 8 or 10; Mac OS x 10 or higher • Internet Browsers - Google Chrome is highly recommended • Cookies MUST be enabled • Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)

    Certification

    ACSM Certified Professionals make a difference around the globe every day - improving lives whether they're personalizing a workout, leading a community health initiative or making rounds in a clinic. Earning your ACSM Certification means you'll have the respect of both your fellow health fitness professionals and clients. You'll gain the credibility that you need with employers, universities and respected institutions across health-related fields. And, you'll confirm that you've achieved a level of knowledge backed by the science of ACSM's gold standard. To be eligible for the ACSM Personal Trainer Certification Exam, you must: Be at least 18 years old. Have completed high school (or the equivalent). Hold a current CPR/AED certification with a live skills check. Present a current government-issued photo ID with signature (driver's license, passport, military ID). The Certification Exam is not included in the program tuition. Each state may have additional licensing requirements, be sure to research your states requirements for employment by visiting your states occupation board

    Features

    • 100% Online, Self-Paced • Open Enrollment • Admissions and Student Support • Multimedia Rich and Interactive Content • Industry Certification Exam, when applicable • Hands-on Opportunity Upon Completion

    Career Services

    Students that successfully complete our career training are given a full years access to our modern day career services. With our career services, students are provided a multitude of career development tools to help launch their career quickly and successfully. These tools include:

    • Certification Exam Voucher and Registration Assistance (If Applicable)
    • Resume Building Assistance
    • Externship or Shadowing Placement
    • Career Coaching
    • Employer Skills Matching
    • And More!

    We are dedicated to serving our students on their unique career development journey. Whether you are transitioning to a new career, entering the workforce for the first time, or an experienced professional looking to climb the corporate ladder, our career services team can provide you with professional development tools applicable for any stage of your career.

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