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Online Personal Trainer Course

Certified Personal Trainer Certification Course | ACE Personal Trainer Course in Noida

COURSE DETAIL


Group Fitness Instructor

With a Group Fitness Certification from FIT, you'll elevate your mission of movement by leading more people and make a significant impact on the health and well-being of countless class participants. Whether you're new to the health and fitness training world or a full-time instructor looking to grow your expertise, our certification will prepare you to effectively design and deliver safe and memorable experiences in any modality.

Location: Online
Duration: 100 hours
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You will learn

  • Designing class
  • Choreography
  • Intensity modulation
  • Music selection
  • Special population

Benefits

  • It gives you a rush- The most compelling reasons to train together may be the rush: doing workouts with others promotes endorphins, morphine-like chemicals that reduce pain and make you feel good, sometimes even euphoric. Your body releases them when you’re on your own, but research suggests that group activities may have an edge.
  • Promote social bonding- Synchronized physical activity elevates mood and enhances a sense of social bonding, the researchers explained. This natural high just might give you enough motivation to keep coming back for more.
  • Gives you motivation- A bit of gentle peer pressure and friendly competition can go a long way when it comes to motivation. Even informal arrangements between friends have the advantage of making you accountable to somebody other than yourself.

Curriculum

 

The Musculo-Skeletal System

The Skeletal System
The Muscular System


Kinesiology and Biomechanics

Posture
Postural Deviations
Muscle Contractions
Levers
Balance
Kinesthesis and Proprioception
Movement and Terminology
Anatomical Planes
Muscle/Strength Imbalances


Physiology and the Training Effect

Muscle Fibers
Metabolism of Muscle Contraction
Muscle Fiber Types
Recruitment
Mechanisms of Fatigue
Rate of Perceived Exertion
Homeostasis and the Training Effect


Strength, Endurance, and Cardiovascular Fitness

Newton's Laws of Motion
Biomechanical Factors in Strength
Strength Defined
Strength Development
Program Design Recommendations for Strength
Muscular Endurance
Conditioning
Cardiovascular Fitness


Flexibility

Flexibility Defined
When to Incorporate Stretching into the Workout
Proprio-Neuromuscular-Facilitation (PNF) Stretching


Body Composition and Performance Nutrition for Groups

Approaching Body Composition
Performance Nutrition
Nutrient Utilization During Exercise
Post Exercise Nutrition
Daily Caloric Requirements
Macronutrient Requirements
Special Considerations


Periodizing Your Planning

Periodized Training
Training Concepts
Microcycles: Short-Term Training Focus
Mesocycles and Macrocycles: Long-Term Training Goals


Considerations in Program Design

Information Gathering
Being Flexible
Performance Nutrition
Safety and Injury Prevention
Designing Your Class: Short-Term and Long-Term Goals
Incorporating "Coaching" Into Your Practice


Designing Your Group Workouts

Assessing Clients
Scaling Workouts
Structuring Your Workouts


Equipment and Exercise

Tools
Dynamic Warmup Exercises
Exercises
Exercise Selection


Workout Programming

Warming Up
Prescribed Repetitions and Rounds
Class Formats
Alternative Training Methods


Marketing and Managing Your Business

Professionalism
Record Keeping
Pricing
Marketing