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Certificate In Youth Training Instructor Course

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Certificate In Youth Training Instructor Course

`The number of overweight and obese children has dramatically increased in recent years. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2013 alone, 42 million children below the age of five were either overweight or suffering from obesity. The lack of physical activity and an increasingly sedentary lifestyle are also major factors that contribute to this youth health epidemic. `By tapping into our Youth Fitness Trainer Certification course, you, along with parents, teachers, coaches, and health professionals, can promote fitness among the youth. We will show you proper ways to help kids become healthy and fit by providing you with supplemental readings on developing effective customized physical exercises and motivational techniques to keep them active. We will also give you access to tools and skills that will let you guide children towards setting and achieving their personal fitness goals with confidence. `Our Youth Fitness Trainer Certification is one of the fastest and most effective ways to get you at the forefront of preventing children from becoming overweight and obese. With our top-notch lessons, you are sure to lead kids toward a healthier and more physically active life.

COURSE UNITS

Lesson 1- The role and responsibility of a youth fitness trainer
  • 1.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 1.2 Introduction to youth fitness certification course
  • 1.3 An overview of the course
  • 1.4 Youth fitness trainer’s responsibilities
Lesson 2- The Excellent Youth Fitness Trainer
  • 2.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 2.2 The characteristics of an excellent youth fitness trainer
  • 2.3 Essential ethical guidelines
Lesson 3- The Reason For Youth Fitness
  • 3.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 3.2 Choose youth fitness
  • 3.3 Benefits of youth fitness training
Lesson 4- The Value Of Youth Fitness
  • 4.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 4.2 How fitness works
  • 4.3 The importance of youth fitness
Lesson 5- Starting The Fitness Training
  • 5.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 5.2 Client assessment prior to training
  • 5.3 The importance of youth fitness
Lesson 6- Fitness Level Assessment
  • 6.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 6.2 Assessing the client’s fitness level
  • 6.3 Assessment and tracking techniques
  • 6.4 Different strength tests for youth
Lesson 7- Ensuring Fitness Training Safety
  • 7.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 7.2 Promoting safe fitness
  • 7.3 Environmental safety issues
  • 7.4 Choosing safe exercises
  • 7.5 Ensuring group safety
Lesson 8- Bodyweight training
  • 8.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 8.2 Safe bodyweight exercises suitable for youth
  • 8.3 Incorporating cardiovascular exercises
Lesson 9- Providing Bodily Strength
  • 9.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 9.2 The significance of providing strength
  • 9.3 Utilizing alternative activities
  • 9.4 Circuit style of set-up
Lesson 10- Benefits Of Cardiovascular Training
  • 10.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 10.2 Introduction to cardiovascular training
  • 10.3 Cardio training benefits
Lesson 11- The Best Cardio Training Program
  • 11.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 11.2 Unveiling the best cardio training program
  • 11.3 Why warm-up is significant
  • 11.4 The proper footwear and attire protocol
  • 11.5 Instruction provision
  • 11.6 Injury prevention
Lesson 12- Cardiovascular Training Exercises
  • 12.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 12.2 Solo activities under cardio training
  • 12.3 Cardio-based team sports
Lesson 13- Integration Of Flexibility Training
  • 13.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 13.2 The need to be flexible
  • 13.3 Flexibility training benefits
  • 13.4 The types of flexibility
  • 13.5 Things to consider about flexibility
Lesson 14- Flexibility Exercises
  • 14.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 14.2 Hamstring stretch
  • 14.3 Side bend stretch
  • 14.4 Pretzel stretch
  • 14.5 Quad stretch
  • 14.6 Calf stretch
  • 14.7 Shoulder stretch
  • 14.8 Bicep and triceps stretch
  • 14.9 Back stretch
Lesson 15- When To Begin Strength Training
  • 15.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 15.2 Benefits of strength training
  • 15.3 Safety measures to remember
Lesson 16- Weihgt Lifting Exercises For Youth
  • 16.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 16.2 Free weight and machine differences
  • 16.3 Lower body youth weight training exercises
  • 16.4 Upper body youth weight training exercises
  • 16.5 Isolation exercises
Lesson 17- The Essential Element Of Rest
  • 17.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 17.2 Good time for rest
  • 17.3 Providing rest during actual sessions
  • 17.4 Giving rest between the workout sessions
  • 17.5 Considering outside activities when giving rest
Lesson 18- The Dangers Of Overtraining
  • 18.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 18.2 How overtraining occurs
  • 18.3 Definition of overtraining
  • 18.4 Things to watch out for concerning overtraining
Lesson 19- Preventing The Occurrence Of Overtraining
  • 19.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 19.2 Clients at risk of overtraining
  • 19.3 How to address overtraining
  • 19.4 Tips on how to prevent overtraining from happening
Lesson 20- Training Athlete Clients
  • 20.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 20.2 Consider the intensity of the training
  • 20.3 Working on the training focus
  • 20.4 Making sure the timing is right
  • 20.5 Establishing the need for warm-up and cool-down
  • 20.6 Youth fitness trainer career growth
Lesson 21- Maintaining Calorie Balance During Training
  • 21.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 21.2 Unveiling the importance of proper nutrition
  • 21.3 How to determine maintenance calorie intake
  • 21.4 Calorie intake of dieting clients
  • 21.5 Calorie intake for clients building muscles
Unti 22- Understanding The Macronutrients
  • 22.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 22.2 The importance of balanced nutrition
  • 22.3 Protein: tissue building block
  • 22.4 Carbohydrates: main energy source
  • 22.5 The role of fats in the body
Lesson 23- Getting the parents involved
  • 23.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 23.2 Choosing the right breakfast
  • 23.3 Healthy lunch food options
Lesson 24- Choosing Nutritious Food
  • 24.1 Learning objectives of the lesson
  • 24.2 Healthy food choices for dinner
  • 24.3 Nutritious on-the-go snacks
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