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Certificate In Personal Trainer Course

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Certificate In Personal Trainer Course

`Everybody could use a little help sometimes. This rings true when it comes to achieving fitness goals. Many people who have trouble losing weight are unable to do so not just because they make poor food choices. In most cases, they either lack motivation to continue exercising because they are not seeing results, or they do not have the discipline to stick to a fitness regimen. In such situations, a personal trainer can be of great help. `With a personal trainer on hand, anyone who would like to get in shape can maximize fitness returns within a realistic time frame. But, beyond helping people progress with their workouts and take their routines to the next level, a personal trainer also provides motivation and timely information on health and fitness, allowing individuals to stay on the right track, with their target in mind.` If you are already in the business of assisting, coaching and supporting people to achieve their health and fitness goals, it only makes sense for you to take your career a notch higher, and Glezoo is here to help you do that. We offer a comprehensive course that will reinforce your fitness awareness, give you better insights on properly addressing fitness issues, and earn you a Level 3 Certification in personal training. This means you can help improve other people’s lives, while opening more doors to boost your career this booming industry. `Because being a personal trainer is what you do best, Glezoo also wants to help unlock your potentials that will allow you to go further in the field. Sign up for our Level 3 Complete Personal Trainer Diploma course today!

COURSE UNITS

Lesson 1 – The Fitness Trainer
  • 1.1 The Professional and Ethical Responsibilities of a Trainer
  • 1.2 Qualities of a Good Personal Trainer
  • 1.3 Important Characteristics of a Personal Trainer
Lesson 2 – The Clientele
  • 2.1 Where to Begin
  • 2.2 Who to Look For
  • 2.3 Why they Need Us
Lesson 3 – Fitness Testing
  • 3.1 The Process of Fitness Training
  • 3.2 The Benefits of Fitness Training
  • 3.3 Fitness Testing Guidelines
Lesson 4 – Health Appraisal
  • 4.1 The Health Interview
  • 4.2 Difference Between Health Appraisal and Physical Test
  • 4.3 Components of the Health Questionnaire
  • 4.4 Health Appraisal Guidelines and Procedures
  • 4.5 Client Consent and Declaration
Lesson 5 – Physical Assessment
  • 5.1 Definition of Physical Assessment and Physical Tests
  • 5.2 Understanding Body Planes and Axes
  • 5.3 Physical Assessment Techniques and Procedures
  • 5.4 Locating Anatomical Structures
  • 5.5 Assessing Range of Motion
Lesson 6 – Physical Tests
  • 6.1 Warm-up and Cool down Sessions
  • 6.2 Blood Pressure Monitoring
  • 6.3 Assessing the Pulse Rate
  • 6.4 Assessing the Client’s Height, Weight, and Body Fat
  • 6.5 Assessing Muscle Strength
  • 6.6 Assessing Muscle Endurance
  • 6.7 Assessing Muscle Flexibility
Lesson 7 – Fitness Consultation
  • 7.1 Setting a Contract / Agreement
  • 7.2 Facilitating the Consultation
  • 7.3 S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Principle
  • 7.4 Preparing the Client for Physical Test
Lesson 8 – The various aspects of fitness
  • 8.1 The Definition of Fitness
  • 8.2 Components of Fitness
  • 8.3 The Benefits of Exercising
Lesson 9 – The Exercise Regimen
  • 9.1 Planning the Exercise Program
  • 9.2 Basic Elements in Writing a Training Program
  • 9.3 Goal Setting and the S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Principle
  • 9.4 Data Gathering and Assessing Client Needs
  • 9.5 Writing an Exercise Program
Lesson 10 – The Training Program
  • 10.1 Program Writing for Athletes
  • 10.2 Components of Athletic Training
  • 10.3 Basic Methods Used for Monitoring Training Progress
  • 10.4 The Concept of Periodization
Lesson 11 – The Principles of Training
  • 11.1 The Concept of Adaptation
  • 11.2 The Four Principles of Training
  • 11.3 The FITT principle
  • 11.4 Sport Skill Learning
Lesson 12 – The Normal Healing Process
  • 12.1 Inflammation and Injury
  • 12.2 The Inflammatory Response
  • 12.3 The Four Major Events of Acute IR
  • 12.4 The Five Cardinal Signs of Inflammation
  • 12.5 The PRICER Method
Lesson 13 – The Biomechanics of Injury
  • 13.1 The Structure of Soft Tissues
  • 13.2 Stress and Strain on Tissues
  • 13.3 Tendon and Ligament Injuries
  • 13.4 The Phases of Acute Inflammation
  • 13.5 The Case of Mobility vs Immobility
Lesson 14 – Sports-Related Injuries
  • 14.1 The Nature of Sports Injuries
  • 14.2 Classification of Sports Injuries
  • 14.3 Repetitive Straining
  • 14.4 Intrinsic Causes of Injuries
  • 14.5 Extrinsic Causes of Injuries
Lesson 15 – Risk Factors of Sports Injuries
  • 15.1 The Individual
  • 15.2 The Environment
  • 15.3 The Sport of Choice
Lesson 16 – Understanding Injuries Of The Foot And Ankle
  • 16.1 The Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle
  • 16.2 Common Foot Injuries
  • 16.3 Common Ankle Injuries
Lesson 17 – Injuries of the Knee
  • 17.1 The Anatomy of the Knee
  • 17.2 Common Knee Joint Injuries
  • 17.3 Causes of Knee Injuries in Athletes
  • 17.4 Common Treatments for Knee Joint Injuries
Lesson 18 – Understanding Leg Injuries
  • 18.1 The Anatomy of the Leg
  • 18.2 Common Leg Injuries
  • 18.3 Stress Fractures and Leg Muscle Strains
Lesson 19 – Understanding Shoulder Injuries
  • 19.1 The Anatomy of the Shoulder
  • 19.2 Common Shoulder Injuries
  • 19.3 Subdeltoid Bursa and Subacromial Bursa
Lesson 20 – Injuries of the Head, Neck, and Chest
  • 20.1 Chest Injuries
  • 20.2 Neck and Head Injuries
  • 20.3 Broken or Fractured Rib
  • 20.4 Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)
Lesson 21 – Injuries of the Hand, Wrist, and Fingers
  • 21.1 The Anatomy of the Hand and Wrist
  • 21.2 Common Hand and Wrist Injuries
  • 21.3 Prevention and Treatments for Hand and Wrist Injuries
Lesson 22 – Understanding Elbow And Arm Injuries
  • 22.1 The Anatomy of the Arm and Elbow
  • 22.2 Common Arm and Elbow Injuries
  • 22.3 Biceps and Triceps
  • 22.4 Pronator Teres
  • 22.5 Common Treatments for Arm and Elbow Injuries
Lesson 23 – Nutrition and Fitness
  • 23.1 The Six Essential Nutrients
  • 23.2 The Process of Metabolism
  • 23.3 Body Temperature and Homeostasis
  • 23.4 Energy Requirements and Expenditure
  • 23.5 Nutrition for Sports
Lesson 24 – Diet Planning
  • 24.1 Estimation of Calorie Requirements per Day
  • 24.2 The Need for Supplements
  • 24.3 Meal Planning Guidelines
Lesson 25 – Common Nutrition Misconceptions
  • 25.1 Water Intake
  • 25.2 Sports Nutrition Guidelines
  • 25.3 Eating Patterns
  • 25.4 Diet for Vegan / Vegetarian Athletes
Lesson 26 – Common Nutrition Myths and Misconceptions
  • 26.1 Guidelines in Losing Weight
  • 26.2 Common Fitness and Nutrition Myths
  • 26.3 Establishing a Healthy Eating Plan
Lesson 27 – First Aid Treatments
  • 27.1 First Aid for Minor Injuries
  • 27.2 First Aid for Major Injuries
  • 27.3 Classification of Burns
  • 27.4 Management of Burn and Scald Injuries
Lesson 28 – Motivation for Fitness
  • 28.1 The Definition of Motivation
  • 28.2 Self-Concept and Self-Esteem
  • 28.3 Setting Effective Goals
  • 28.4 Understanding Individual Differences in Motivation
  • 28.5 Providing Rewards and Challenging Tasks
Lesson 29 – The Business of Fitness Training
  • 29.1 The Logistics of Setting up a Health Practice
  • 29.2 Organizing a Therapy Practice
  • 29.3 Appraising a Business Opportunity
  • 29.4 Examining One’s Philosophy, Motivation, and Ideals
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