Optimal Muscle Training
The Optimal Muscle Training continuing education course is designed to further the knowledge of all fitness professionals with an emphasis on optimal muscle training. Its sole purpose is to further your professional education. This is not a certification course. It is an educational program to be used by all fitness professionals striving to raise their level of professionalism.
*12 CEU (Continuing Education Units)Buy Now
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS: 12 CREDITS
The Optimal Muscle Training continuing education program gives you the skill and abilities to get your clients functioning at 100 percent. This course contains over 100 practical exercises to correct muscle imbalances and optimize muscle function.
Subject matter contained in this course includes: the anatomy of optimizing strength, assessing weight training readiness, linking muscles to exercise movement, analyzing the risk-benefit ratio weight training exercises and designing training programs for optimal strength.
COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- Learn the biomechanically correct technique for proper strength training
- Learn to avoid the common Weight Training mistakes made by beginners and highly advanced, highly experienced competitive weight-lifters, athletes and Body-Builders make on a daily basis
- Learn that certain muscles, joints, bones and biomechanical dysfunctions, may be caused by improper lifting techniques
- Lean how to correct dysfunction and achieve the highest level of muscle, bone, joint and biomechanical function
- Learn how the body develops imbalances, how to pinpoint problems and how specific training to correct imbalances will optimize muscle function
- Know the “Anatomy of Optimizing Strength”
- Know how to assess “Weight Training Readiness”
- Know how to link muscle to exercise movements
- Know how to analyze the “Risk-Benefit Ratio” of Weight Training Exercises
- Know how to design strength training program for optimal size and strength
- Understand the causes of Weight-Training Dysfunctions.
- Understand how to assess Weight-Training Dysfunctions.
- Understand the Treatment for Weight-Training Dysfunctions.
- Understand how to link specific muscle to targeted exercise movements for: the Deltoids, Rotator Cuff, Chest, Triceps, Forearm, Upper-Body, Lower-Back, Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Calf and Abdominal
- Understand the five critical steps to safe and effective Program Design: Weight-Training Readiness Screen, Weight-Training Readiness Exam, Determine Training Goals and Desired Outcomes, Design a Functional Training Program, and Design an Optimal Training Program
- Study Guide
- 100 question (multiple choice, open book) CEU Exam
- CPR/First Aid Certified recommended but not required