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Certificate In Designing Workouts Course

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Certificate In Designing Workouts Course

`Just like clothing, there is no one-size-fits-all exercise program. A routine that works effectively for some can be especially dangerous to others. As such, putting together and implementing a workout plan are best left to the hands of a professional to avoid risks of injury.`As a personal trainer, however, designing a workout plan does not come without challenges. There are many considerations to take into account, including the health condition, individual interests, and responses to physical activities of each client. Soon enough, you will realize that you cannot just go about recommending the same routines over and over again. So, you wind up getting stuck as you find practical solutions that will suit your clients’ unique needs.`Glezoo has designed a Workouts Design Certification course that will help you get ‘unstuck’ from addressing the challenges of workouts design. Here, you will gain knowledge and skills you can actually use to design workout programs from scratch, but are nonetheless based on theory and practical fitness reality and tailored to suit the varying needs of your clients. Within the course, lessons on client information gathering, defining workout objectives, physical programming, exercise selection, establishing set and reps, and evaluating workout efficacy are tackled in detail.`Know that being a top-notch personal trainer goes beyond hanging out at the gym and making money by assisting clients. More than anything else, it is about knowing what motivates your clients to get fit and understanding what their needs are so you can come up with the best workout program that will help them achieve their fitness goals. Therefore, if you want a successful long-term career in personal training, an additional certification in Workouts Design from Glezoo is the way to go.

COURSE UNITS

Lesson 1 – Strength Training Benefits
  • 1.1 Learning Objectives
  • 1.2 Why Do Strength Training?
  • 1.3 Physiological Benefits
  • 1.4 Health Benefits
  • 1.5 Psychological Benefits
Lesson 2 – Splitting Workouts
  • 2.1 Learning Objectives
  • 2.2 Knowing Your Workout Splits
  • 2.3 Full Body Workout Split
  • 2.4 The Upper/Lower Split
  • 2.5 The Push/Pull/Legs Split
  • 2.6 The Body Part Split
Lesson 3 – Choosing the right exercises
  • 3.1 Learning Objectives
  • 3.2 Choosing Exercises: The Facts
  • 3.3 Compound Exercise
  • 3.4 Isolation Exercise
  • 3.5 Range of Motion Exercise
Lesson 4 – Sets and Reps
  • 4.1 Learning Objectives
  • 4.2 Structuring Sessions: On Set and Rep Schemes
  • 4.3 Reps
  • 4.4 Sets
Lesson 5 – Rest Periods
  • 5.1 Resting Periods: The Facts
  • 5.2 Compound Exercise Rest Periods
  • 5.3 Isolation Exercise Rest Periods
Lesson 6 – Expanding the Training Horizon
  • 6.1 Learning Objectives
  • 6.2 Training Beyond the Norm
  • 6.3 Technique #1: Supersets
  • 6.4 Technique #2: Drop Sets
  • 6.5 Technique #3: Pyramid Sets
  • 6.6 Technique #4: Pause Sets
Lesson 7 – Training Modes
  • 7.1 Learning Objectives
  • 7.2 Training Modes: The Facts
  • 7.3 Bodyweight Exercises
  • 7.4 Machine Weights
Lesson 8 – Instrument-Assisted Training Modes
  • 8.1 Learning Objectives
  • 8.2 Bands and Free-Weights
  • 8.3 Resistance Bands
  • 8.4 Free-weights: Dumbbells
  • 8.5 Free-weights: Barbells
Lesson 9 – Goal-Oriented Workout Design: Muscle Building
  • 9.1 Learning Objectives
  • 9.2 On Designing a Workout Program for Muscle Building
  • 9.3 Choosing Exercises
  • 9.4 Rep Scheme
  • 9.5 Set Scheme
  • 9.6 Rest Periods
  • 9.7 Sample Workout Program
Lesson 10 – Goal-Oriented Workout Design: Fat Loss
  • 10.1 Learning Objectives
  • 10.2 On Designing a Workout Program for Fat Loss
  • 10.3 Choosing Exercises
  • 10.4 Rep Scheme
  • 10.5 Set Scheme
  • 10.6 Rest Periods
  • 10.7 Sample Workout Program
Lesson 11 – Level-Oriented Workout Design: Beginner
  • 11.1 Learning Objectives
  • 11.2 On Designing a Workout Program for Beginners
  • 11.3 Choosing Exercises
  • 11.4 Rep Scheme
  • 11.5 Set Scheme
  • 11.6 Rest Periods
  • 11.7 Sample Workout Program
Lesson 12 – Age-Oriented Workout Design: Mature-Aged Persons
  • 12.1 Learning Objectives
  • 12.2 On Designing a Workout Program for Mature-Aged Persons
  • 12.3 Choosing Exercises
  • 12.4 Rep Scheme
  • 12.5 Set Scheme
  • 12.6 Rest Periods
  • 12.7 Sample Workout Program
Lesson 13 – Working Your Cardio
  • 13.1 Learning Objectives
  • 13.2 Why Cardio?
  • 13.3 Steady State Cardio Training
  • 13.4 Interval Cardio Training
  • 13.5 Active Rest Cardio Training
  • 13.6 Cardio Training in a Workout Program
Lesson 14 – Safe Workout Design: On Injury Prevention
  • 14.1 Learning Objectives
  • 14.2 The Seemingly Inevitable Training Injury
  • 14.3 Pointer #1: Warm-Up
  • 14.4 Pointer #2: No-Fatigue Exercise
  • 14.5 Pointer #3: Weights and Forms
  • 14.6 Pointer #4: Form Spot Check
  • 14.7 Pointer #5: The Never-Lying Body
  • 14.8 Pointer #6: Fill ‘er up
  • 14.9 Pointer #7: Clothes and Equipment
Lesson 15 – Workout Nutrition
  • 15.1 Learning Objectives
  • 15.2 What about Body Fuel?
  • 15.3 Fuelling Before Workout
  • 15.4 Fuelling During Workout
  • 15.5 Fuelling After Workout
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