Date:Saturday, June 9, 20188:30am - 4:30 pm
Facility: Hunterdon Health & Wellness Center
Location : 1738 States Hwy 31, Clinton, NJ 08809[ view map ]
Taught By :
Learn the program differences between group exercise and personal or individualized training. Learn how to expand your professional career options with one-on-one training. Review protocols to help you find a benchmark for your athlete or client or interested individual. Learn how to document their strengths and weaknesses so that you may better design an aquatic fitness program. Learn how you may test for cardiovascular, muscular strength, balance, and flexibility in the water? Learn the protocols to help you find a benchmark for your athlete or client. If you do want more detailed information to your leadership skills – but are not ready to do more exams –then this workshop is for you!
Registration fee includes:
8 hours of lecture & pool time,
Certificate of course completion,
8 CECs for WaterART, ACE, AEA, YMCA (You may petition other organizations).
ALL REGISTRATIONS VIA WaterART Fitness!
What to Bring:
Lunch or snack,
Water Fitness Wear or Bathing Suit(s),
Water-shoes are preferred wear.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
How to Join Our WP Membership & Save
phone the office between 9:00- 4:00pm EST if you would like to purchase
the WP membership with your order (as you cannot discount your own
order) (416) 621 -0821 or 1 -866 543 8938 (toll free).
Email Us if you have questions or need our help
Price in US Dollars
Date:Sunday, November 11, 20188:30 am - 4:30 pm
Facility Hunterdon Health & Wellness Center
Location : 1738 States Hwy 31, Clinton, NJ[ view map ]
For successful DWT (Deep Water Training) equipment is required to
provide a balance between work and rest (so muscles do not fatigue prior
to breathing). WaterART recommends utilizing equipment such as a
buoyancy belt or a noodle to assist with the body’s support especially
to enhance range of motion with each movement. Working out in deep water
is more challenging than in shallow water because, in deep, the body’s
center of balance is at the chest whereas, in shallow water, the balance
is at the feet that are more easily anchored down to the pool floor. In
order to effectively work in deep water, each person must learn and
maintain good balance skills to anchor the core muscles against
IS THERE A NEED FOR SPECIFIC DEEP WATER TRAINING? YES!
name just a few: 1) Many pools do not have sufficient room in the
shallow end to accommodate the number of participants that come to group
aquatic program 2) Deep water offers a wide choice of programs without
impact. For specialized populations and conditions, such as,
arthritis, back problems, or post rehabilitation programming, the deep
offers a cushioning effect for the joints and sore areas. For the
athlete, strength training in this multi-resistance environment offers
tremendous challenge. This is an especially useful selling point if the
athlete is involved with a high impact sport. Seasoned aquatic exercise
buffs are looking for more challenge and/or more program opportunities.
The answer get them to add a deep water program to their shallow water
program so they have variety in training.
8 hours of lecture & practical time,
WHAT TO BRING
2 or more Water Fitness Wear or Bathing Suit(s),
How to Complete a Specialty Exam
Date:Sunday, February 18, 20188:30am - 4:30 pm
Deep Water Training provides a unique and open environment free from gravity and impact. Discover how deep H20 training is unique to shallow water exercise design. Review how to develop a balanced program that creatively combines cardiovascular sets with muscle sets for a balanced total body program. Review the 8 deep water body positions that create challenge and variety as well as train for optimal posture, muscle balance, and performance benefits. Review how to utilized the pool noodle for added resistance or simply for unique posture and core body challenge. Optimize visual and verbal communication techniques to help you to coach and motivate safely from the deck. Provide levels of intensity to program both skilled and unskilled aquatic fitness participants.
Date:Saturday, October 6, 20188:30 am - 4:30 pm
Location : 1738 State Hwy 31, Clinton, NJ[ view map ]
the most common types of arthritis to better design programs for this
clientele. Learn to modify and progress exercises, and to vary impact
and intensity to meet the multi-level needs. There are more than 100
diseases in the arthritis category and it is widely accepted that most
of the symptoms may be greatly benefited through water exercise. This
program will review exercise inventory for safe and effective exercise
design based on an understanding of functional range of motion and joint
action. This balanced program will target cardiovascular training,
functional fitness, muscular endurance and strength, balance and
flexibility training. WaterART working positions will be introduced to
provide multi level programming to help each participant train at an
appropriate intensity level for self paced exercise - appropriate for
types of arthritis. This program will also introduce the use of
flotation and resistive devices such as noodles and resistive paddles
for improved performance. Water Walking and Tai Chi movements will be
incorporated to train mobility, gait and balance.
8 hours for WaterART, AEA, ACE, AFPA, and YMCA (You may petition other organizations).
Lunch is supplied (let us know if you have dietary needs),
2 or more Water Fitness Wear or Bathing Suit(s),
Date:Sunday, August 5, 20188:30 - 4:30 pm
Date:Sunday, April 8, 20188:30 - 4:30 pm
Location : 1738 State Hwy 31, Clinton, NJ 08809[ view map ]
You will learn techniques
to orient, modify, and progress a clientele with a variety of medical or
aging conditions. You will learn specific exercise inventory for
Muscular Endurance, Cardiovascular Conditioning, Balance, Agility,
Strength, Mobility, and Functional Fitness (appropriate to a senior
clientele). This program will focus on facilitating a clientele with a
variety of age related function or medical conditions. Contraindications
to exercise and when to refer back to a health care professional is
reviewed. Provides general exercises for helping to improve function and
maintain strength and mobility especially for the regional areas around
the hips, knees, neck, back and shoulders.
Certification Registration fee includes:
Manual with study guide questions & answers,
DVD036 - Arthritis Noodle Porgram,
DVD090-Arthritis Mobility Training (2 DVDs),
Laminated Pool Cards,
WaterART Certification Exam Process (theory & practical),
8.0 CEC’s for WaterART, AFPA, YMCA, ICREPS partners
Certificate of Course completion,
Certification Diploma, online profile when successful with exam process
Complimentary Certification Renewal & upgrade of your existing qualification(s) from WaterART for 2 years from pass date
Date:Saturday, August 4, 20188:30 am - 4:30 pm
is the #1 functional activity that keeps you independent. In the water
, the water may support and protect the less abled and new to exercise.
Conversely, moving through the water with a variety of walking patterns
and progressions -everyone may achieve a challenging a total body
workout. This low impact workout will focus on core, balance and gait
training as well as avoid momentum and torque on the joints. You will
learn over 100 different ways to walk as well as system of varying your
programs so that everyone may work at a self paced level of
intensity. Walking does require waist to chest depth water -and enough
room for the person to travel. During the program, the Master Trainer
will review the many ways to target and train all the major muscle
groups with a water walking program. Water walking is an excellent way
to blend all the components of fitness i.e. cardio, flexibility, gait,
posture, balance, strength and agility for an enjoyable and social
program. We will even review ways to provide team work and partner work
-walk and talk and benefit with water exercise!
Pen & paper