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This single day educational course provides the personal trainer, strength coach, and or student of exercise science with anatomical, biomechanical, and physiological education on the proper performance of selected resistance exercise based movement patterns. The student who successfully completes this course will leave with the unique capacity to provide exercise instruction for clientele presenting with a wide range of complexities.
This Course is Best Designed for:
the personal trainer or strength coach.
the trainer who seeks to provide a high level service.
the trainer who would like to update their exercise library.
someone who really enjoys human movement.
a student of exercise science.
This course is offered on site at either a participating gym, fitness facility, or recreation center.
If interested in having the course taught at your location please contact Exercise Equals Life be clicking below.
Understand why resistance exercise is essential for achieving fitness goals.
Understand what contributes to a safe and positive training environment.
Understand the physiological components in resistance exercise.
Understand the biomechanical (i.e., multijoint/planar/optimal ranges of motion of compound movements) concepts and their relations with resistance exercise.
Develop an individualistic leadership style.
Be able to explain and demonstrate functional trainer resistance exercises and variations associated with the:
Where other courses have established the primary associations of the squat, hip-hinge, lunge, horizontal/vertical push, and horizontal/vertical pull movement patterns, we seek to focus attention on the movement patterns application with to a wide range of clients. This may include the use of a traditional dual cable pulley, dumbbells, kettlebells, various other free-weight implements.
The primary anatomical and biomechanial properties will be identified and explained for all included exercises. While prior knowledge on the topics is welcomed, it is not required.
Attendees can leave this course with the comfort of knowing that their individual style of exercise training will be improved upon and as a result superior to that of their immediate counterparts.
Developed by Michael Perlet out of the necessity to approach resistance exercise design more simply. Where the the hardworking personal trainers and strength coaches have a life-long resource .