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The NASM Certified Personal Trainer + Corrective Exercise (Vouchers Included) includes: NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Exam Preparation (Voucher Included)
NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) (Exam Included)

NASM Certified Personal Trainer + Corrective Exercise (Vouchers Included)

NASM Certified Personal Trainer + Corrective Exercise (Vouchers Included)
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Certified Personal Trainer

  1. Introduction and Resistance Training Concepts
    1. Physical activity guidelines and recommendations as they relate to the Optimum Performance Training (OPT) Model
    2. Models of resistance training
    3. Effective exercise techniques
  2. Human Movement Assessments/Fitness Testing and Evaluation
    1. Major muscles and their functions
    2. Subjective, objective, and performance assessments
    3. Movement and postural assessments
  3. Concepts of Integrated Training - Flexibility, Cardiorespiratory, and Core
    1. Principles of human movement and flexibility
    2. Benefits of cardiorespiratory fitness
    3. Importance of the core
    4. Proper exercise technique
    5. Progressions and regressions
    6. General differences in the stages of training for exercises
  4. Concepts of Integrated Training - Balance, Plyometric, and SAQ
    1. Balance
    2. Plyometric (reactive)
    3. Speed, agility, and quickness (SAQ) training
    4. Safe and effective techniques
    5. Progressions and regressions
    6. Differences in training for these concepts in each phase of the OPT model
  5. Design of Fitness Programs and Modalities
    1. Program design using the OPT model
    2. Acute training variables
    3. Different exercise modalities
    4. Various models of resistance training
  6. Human Movement Science/Exercise Modalities and Technique
    1. Structure and function of the human body
    2. Functions of anatomy and physiology during exercise
    3. Systems related to exercise
    4. Metabolism and how it is affected by exercise
  7. Special Populations, Nutrition, and Professional Development
    1. Program design adaptations for individuals with health impairments or physical conditions
    2. Basic concepts and guidelines to nutrition, supplementation, effective communication skills and goal setting strategies
  8. Certification Exam Preparation
  1. Test taking strategies
  2. Practice exam
  3. Make a self-remediation plan based on your results
  4. Review NASM’s standards of professional practice as it relates to a career as a professional fitness trainer.

 

Corrective Exercise Specialist

  1. Rationale for Corrective Exercise
    1. Introduction
    2. Musculoskeletal Pain
    3. Corrective Exercise Continuum
    4. Rationale for Corrective Exercise
  2. Human Movement Science
    1. Introduction
    2. Planes of Motion & Joint Motion
    3. Muscle Action Spectrum
    4. The Science of Movement
    5. Functional Anatomy
    6. Sub-Systems
    7. Motor Behavior
    8. Motor Learning
    9. Interactive Activities
  3. Understanding Human Movement Impairments
    1. Introduction
    2. Movement Impairment Syndrome
    3. Static Malalignment
    4. Dynamic Malalignment
    5. Common Human Movement System Impairments part 1
    6. Movement System Impairments part 1
    7. Common Human Movement System Impairments part 2
  4. Health Risk Appraisal
    1. Introduction
    2. PAR-Q and General Lifestyle
    3. Medical History
    4. Chronic Conditions
  5. Static Postural Assessment
    1. Introduction
    2. Postural Imbalances
    3. Static Postural Assessment
  6. Movement Assessments
    1. Introduction
    2. Importance of a Movement Assessment
    3. Transitional Movement Assessment Part 1
    4. Transitional Movement Assessment Part 2
  7. Inhibitory Techniques
    1. Self-Myofascial Release
    2. Key Points in Utilizing Self-Myofascial Release
    3. Program Design
  8. Lengthening Techniques
    1. Introduction
    2. Traditional Theory of Static Stretching
    3. New Research Regarding Static Stretching
    4. Range of Motion, Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention
    5. NASM Position on Static Stretching
  9. Activation/Integration Techniques
    1. Introduction
    2. Activation Techniques
    3. Integration Techniques
    4. Integrated Dynamic Movement Program Strategies
  10. Foot and Ankle Impairments
    1. Introduction
    2. Functional Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle
    3. Common Injuries and Muscle Imbalances
    4. Corrective Exercise Strategies for Foot and Ankle Impairments
  11. Knee Impairments
    1. Introduction
    2. Functional Anatomy
    3. Common Injuries and Faulty Movement
    4. Systematic Corrective Exercise Strategies part 1
    5. Systematic Corrective Exercise Strategies part 2
  12. Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Complex Impairments
    1. Introduction
    2. Functional Anatomy
    3. Common Injuries and Faulty Movement Patterns
    4. CEx: Excessive Forward Lean
    5. CEx: Low Back Arches
    6. CEx: Low Back Rounds
    7. CEx: Asymmetrical Weight Shift
  13. Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist Impairments
    1. Introduction
    2. Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder
    3. Shoulder Injuries and Faulty Movement Patterns
    4. Strategies for Shoulder Impairments part 1
    5. Strategies for Shoulder Impairments part 2
    6. Strategies for Shoulder Impairments part 3
    7. Functional Anatomy of the Elbow and Wrist
    8. Strategies for Elbow and Wrist Impairments
  14. Cervical Spine Impairments
    1. Introduction
    2. Functional Anatomy
    3. Cervical Spine Impairments
    4. Strategies for Cervical Spine Impairments part 1
    5. Strategies for Cervical Spine Impairments part 2
  15. Case Studies

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