Certified Personal Trainers are in demand as the need for one on one or small group programming grows.
We all know participation in regular physical activity elicits a number of favorable responses that contributes to a healthy aging process. The seniors of today understand the importance of exercise and staying active. The Senior Fitness age-group of today can typically be defined as approximately from 55 years of age through 120 years. This means there is a huge variance in health histories, fitness experience and goals. Many people, as they age, develop some sort of limitation that may be specifically enhanced by a personalized fitness program. Even small group classes are helpful to keep these clients exercising safely, effectively and enjoyable.
This program has been developed to help our senior clientele to age well. It is estimated that by the year 2030 the number of individuals 65 years and over will reach 70 million people in United States. Statistics Canada says at the present time one in every 6 people is over the age of 64.
Aging, a complex process, and is influenced by many variables including genetics, lifestyle factors, work environment, health history and purpose in life.
The goal of this program is twofold.
- To help the professional diversify and expand their career opportunities
- To help the client receive specific training exercises and tips to individualize their training program. In doing so, this will help to fast track and achieve specific results.
Seniors may choose to attend a program at a fitness club or community center for specialized training. Some have a fitness center built into their residential home care. Seniors are becoming more selective and educated in the type of program they are looking for. Those interested in fitness are looking for encouragement and challenge with specific goals and benefits in mind. This means there is a need for a more personalized approach, using safe techniques and ideas that will enhance benefits to clients. An individualized program can help clients to improve function for activities for daily living, work on injury prevention, provide improvement for their sporting activities, add vitality to travel, as well as maintain and improve general health to age well.
- WaterART Land Personal Training Manual (466 pages)
- Video streaming via WaterART Fitness App unlimited for Members (6 months for non members) OR Vimeo for computers of the following programs:
- VD117- Intro to Land Personal Training
VD118 –Standing Workout Tubing with Handles
VD119-Health Screening for Personal Training
VD120 Functional Fitness Toolbox with Julie Twynham
VD121 Upper Body & Core Inventory Toolbox with Julie Twynham
VD122- Lower Body Inventory Toolbox with Julie Twynham
VD123-Stay Functional and Motivated with Janet Rollero
VD124-Coaching and Programming for Personal Training on Land with Julie
VD125-Case Study Tips when Training Your Client with Janet Rollero
VD126-Personal Trainer Case Study with Sharon McDonnell
- Laminated Case Study or Program reference cards
- Certification Exam Process (theory & practical assessment via Zoom, Skype, Facetime or Google meet)
- E-Diploma and Online profile when successful with examination process
- 16.0 CECs for WaterART, OFC, BCRPA
Table of Contents & Learning Objectives
|Chapter 1||Personal Training -the opportunity to help clients Age Well
|Chapter 2||Exercise Physiology
|Chapter 3||Understanding Basic Anatomy & Joint Mechanics.
|Chapter 4||Know Your Muscles
|Chapter 5||Cardiovascular Training Programs
|Chapter 6||Posture, Balance and Functional Training Program|
|Chapter 7||Designing Flexibility & Range of Motion Programs|
|Chapter 8||Reviewing Client Information
|Chapter 9||EXERCISE INVENTORY
|Chapter 10||The Art of Coaching
|Chapter 11||Case Study
Program Design & Implementation
|Chapter 12||BUSINESS BASICS
|Chapter 13||Developing a Program card
|Chapter 14||Study Guide Questions & Answers, Resources|
|Chapter 15||Study Questions and Resources|