KA101    Anthropometry & Anatomy       
Course Fee $149.95

This is a presentation of the underpinning concepts relative to the movement of the human body. The overall objective of this course is to establish a functional understanding of the anatomical structures that affect, control, and adapt to exercise. Specifically the delivered outcomes provide underpinning knowledge of human structure relevant to fitness and enable integration of the learned materials in the delivery (teaching and instructing) of enhanced fitness. 6-12 weeks of study. 24 CrossFit CEU credits.  See a complete description.


KA102    Musculoskeletal Anatomy       
COURSE FEE $149.95

This is a further and more detailed presentation of anatomical structures relative to the movement of the human body. The course content provides the student with an exemplary presentation of the musculature and skeletal features that contribute to exercise movement. The course provides additional underpinning knowledge of human structure relevant to fitness and enables integration of the learned materials into the delivery (teaching and instructing) of fitness instruction. 6-12 weeks of study. 24 CrossFit CEU credits.  See a complete description.


KA103    Fitness Physiology       
Course Fee $149.95

The premise of physiology is study of function (as opposed to anatomy, the study of structure). In respect to exercise and fitness this online course delivers an opportunity for guided study of the physiology of human movement to include how exercise drives adaptation. This course intends to provide the professional fitness trainer with a functional knowledge of the physiology of human body at rest and in motion. The overall objective of this module is to establish a functional understanding of the physiological processes that affect, control, and adapt to exercise. 6-12 weeks of study. 24 CrossFit CEU credits.  See a complete description.


KA104    Exercise Physiology & Anatomy 
COURSE FEE KA104 COURSE $145          COURSE FEE KA104A ASSESSMENT $145

This course and assessment pack are designed to provide learners with underpinning knowledge of human anatomy and physiology, and the effects of designated body systems on exercise performance. It provides an understanding of the importance of the structure and function of the body, and provides underpinning knowledge for many other related courses. The overall objective of the course and assessment unit is to establish a functional understanding of the anatomical structures and physiological functions that affect, control, and adapt to exercise. Created with working fitness professionals in mind, this distance learning course (available only online) enables anyone with occupational or geographic limitations to face-to-face learning to attend. These two linked units marry short and precise video lectures, practice activities, text reading, and home study to create an exemplary learning environment that provides a sound underpinning in anatomy and physiology to support future professional practice. 12-18 weeks of study. 48 CrossFit CEU credits when taken with KA104A Exercise Physiology & Anatomy Assessment.
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KA201    Teaching Strength & Running Skills       
COURSE FEE $199.95

Strength training and running are the two primary activities in which most customers of commercial fitness operations will participate. Over 50,000,000 people in the UK and USA will exercise by running each year and another 50,000,000 will train with weights as a primary exercise modality. This popularity underscores the importance and marketability of possessing teaching and programming skills in strength training and running. They are requisite to all exercise professions. The premise of this course is to acquire or refine a set of skills relative to teaching and programming exercise, that when employed induce the anatomical and physiological adaptations that lead to an improvement in fitness. 8-12 weeks of study. 24 CrossFit CEU credits. See a complete description.


KA202    Teaching Endurance & Multi-element Fitness  
COURSE FEE $199.95

Endurance training has a broad set of applications in achieving fitness goals and in improving workplace productivity. Endurance is not just jogging, it is much more than that and improving it requires specific programming approaches but can be accomplished using many different types of exercise. The concept of “cross training” or using diverse exercises to induce adaptations in multiple elements of fitness is one of the most important and popular means of training available. It is imperative that a professional fitness trainer be competent in instructing and programming both of these types of exercise. The premise of this course is to acquire or refine a set of skills relative to teaching and programming exercise, that when employed induce the anatomical and physiological adaptations that lead to an improvement in fitness. 8-12 weeks of study. 24 CrossFit CEU credits. See a complete description.

  
KA203    Gym Yoga Instruction   
COURSE FEE  $199.95

This course is designed to provide learners with the essentials of teaching yoga within a traditional gym or fitness center, either as an ancillary training methodology to be combined into workouts or as a stand-alone methodology for lower intensity or recovery days. Yoga’s effects on range of motion, local muscular endurance, and health are well documented. In this course Yoga has been dissected down into a strictly physical presentation, specifically relevant to the fitness professions. The course imbues the student with an understanding of yoga, its scientific basis, and its uses in gym environments. This practical course demonstrates how to perform twenty eight essential postures (and several other starting and transition postures) and introduces basic yoga teaching and programming skills. 8-12 weeks of study. 24 CrossFit CEU credits .See a complete description.


KA302    Health & Safety Management (Safety for the GYM)      
COURSE FEE $79.95

This course introduces the student to the knowledge and skills required to recognize common gym workplace Health & Safety (OSHA or HSE) issues, perform gym safety surveys, and to the relevant statutory requirements and official guidance for maintaining a safe gym environment for employees and clients. 3-8 weeks of study. 12 CrossFit CEU credits.  See a complete description.

                                     
KA303    Health Screening For trainers     
COURSE FEE $79.95

This course is designed to provide learners with underpinning knowledge and competency to devise and implement health screening strategies within the fitness industry. It introduces the student to the knowledge and skills required to devise and implement a health screening strategy to identify individuals who may or may not participate in exercise without medical advice or supervision. 3-8 weeks of study. 12 CrossFit CEU credits.  See a complete description.


KA402 SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS FOR PERSONAL TRAINERS
COURSE FEE $99.95

This online course introduces the student to the knowledge and skills required to recognize use IT systems and software applications and packages effectively and responsibly to create or process a range of outputs. Learning activities will center upon several types of software applications to include search engine, word processing, data analysis, image processing, video, and web authoring applications. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: Operate a range of IT equipment paying due attention to other users - Use a range of software application packages effectively and responsibly - Find information from suitable computer data sources. 18 CrossFit CEU credits. See complete description.


KA403   BUSINESS CONCEPTS FOR THE GYM
COURSE FEE $79.95

All commercial and community fitness practices are, at their root, businesses. As such the fitness practitioner must be familiar with the concepts of modern fitness commerce, must possess the personal and interpersonal skills requisite to any client based operation, and must have a functional knowledge of basic business skills. The overarching objective of this course is to introduce the student to the elements of effective business practice relative to the fitness industry. By the end of the course the student will:

  • Understand the business environment and drivers of commercial fitness operations
  • Identify the personal and professional skills required for working within the fitness industry
  • Understand the elements of customer service and customer satisfaction in a commercial gym

3-8 weeks of study. 12 CrossFit CEU credits.  See a complete description.         


KA405   Managing a Fitness Related Event
Course Fee $99.95

Where do you start when you want to run your first gym event? Not everyone has the luxury of having an experienced staff to help them run a competition, workshop, seminar, or any number of other events that can be hosted in your gym. The overarching objective of this course is to provide background information to establish a basic ability to plan and conduct events contributing to commercial revenue streams, providing promotional exposure, or contributing to public good. Upon successful completion of the Unit the learner will be able to: Explain and demonstrate the skills and procedures involved in the planning and management of a fitness event - Explain the procedures involved in promoting and marketing a fitness event - Plan the promotion and management of a fitness event - Perform an evaluation of pre-event planning and marketing and the operational functions during a fitness event. 18 CrossFit CEU credits. See a compete description.

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