- Describe the structure and function of the human movement system
- Perform, interpret, and record subjective, objective, movement-based, and postural assessments
- Demonstrate safe and effective exercise techniques
- Select and implement appropriate exercise modification based on client performance and desired physiological adaptation
- Implement cueing techniques to facilitate safe and effective exercise technique
- Describe and apply program development fundamentals to design individualized training programs based on assessment results, client goals, client abilities, and environmental limitations
- Describe special populations and considerations for exercise program design
- Describe and apply program modifications based on training setting and client performance
- Describe and apply basic nutritional concepts
- Describe the known risks and benefits of nutritional supplements and ergogenic aids
- Describe and apply widely-accepted nutritional guidelines for enhancing athletic performance and weight management
- Describe and apply the elements of effective communication (verbal, non-verbal, listening, rapport-building).
- Describe and apply widely-accepted and published standards of professional conduct
- Demonstrate appropriate leadership and apply proper procedures in an emergency situation including airway obstruction, cardiac care, and automated external defibrillator
- Describe and implement goal setting strategies and procedures to enhance desired behavioral change, client motivation, and exercise program adherence
What is included?
- eight, (3-4 hour) hands-on training sessions that reinforce and explain what was learned in previous online activities (required)
- Mentorship provided from a NASM Master Instructor & Trainer
- 24 years in the field of fitness
- nine years in the field of fitness entrepeunership
How much does it cost?
Total cost for the program is $2,500.