The Personal Trainer is employed as an exercise professional who personally supervises the client in one-to-one sessions.personal trainer’s role includes designing, implementing and evaluating exercise/physical activity programmes for a range of individual clients by collecting and analyzing client information to ensure the effectiveness of personal exercise programmes. A personal trainer should also actively encourage potential clients/members to participate in and adhere to regular exercise/physical activity programmes, employing appropriate motivational strategies to achieve this.
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What You’ll Learn From This Course
During the qualification learners will cover:
- Further knowledge of anatomy and physiology applicable to personal training.
- Lifestyle and medical factors that affect wellbeing.
- Effective communication skills for client consultations to encourage healthy lifestyle behaviours and strategies for change.
- Skills to plan and conduct physical activity sessions with different types of clients in a variety of environments with a range of resources.
- Legal and professional requirements for personal training.
- How to set up and manage a personal training business on a self-employed basis if they wish to.
- How to manage, evaluate and improve own performance.
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Table of Contents
Section One: Anatomy and Physiology
Unit 1: Metabolism
Unit 2: Basic Anatomy and Physiology
Unit 3: Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Physiology
Section Two: Kinesiology and Biomechanics
Unit 4: Kinesiology of Exercise
Unit 5: Biomechanics of Exercise
Unit 6: Musculoskeletal Deviations
Unit 7: Muscle Mechanics
Section Three: Health and Physical Fitness
Unit 8: Strength
Unit 9: Cardiovascular Training
Unit 10: Flexibility Training
Unit 11: Body Composition
Section Four: Program Development
Unit 12: Drawing-in Phase
Unit 13: Basic Assessment of Fitness Participants
Unit 14: Training Principles
Unit 15: Periodization
Unit 16: Determining Training Loads
Section Five: Nutrition
Unit 17: The Big Picture of Nutrition
Unit 18: Nutrition and Physiology
Unit 19: Nutritional Science
Unit 20: Nutritional Coaching
Section Six: Fitness For All
Unit 21: Exercise and Older Adults
Unit 22: Exercise and Adaptive Fitness
Unit 23: Exercise and Our Youth
Unit 24: Exercise and Hypertension
Unit 25: Exercise and Diabetes
Unit 26: Exercise and Arthritis
Unit 27: Exercise and Coronary Heart Disease
Unit 28: Exercise and Pregnancy
Unit 29: Exercise and Asthma
Unit 30: Sports Medicine in the Trenches
Unit 31: Basic First Aid
All FAE Certification Programs are accredited by the EuropeActive/European Register of Exercise Professionals (EREPS), the gold standard in Europe for fitness and health certification programs. All our certification programs are also recognized globally by leading international standards-setting bodies, including ICREPs and Active IQ.You also have a chance to get NCCA and NBFE approved through our education partners. Passing the exam will give you a trusted credential that will pave the way for you to gain employment and help others become more physically active.