This certification program will impart all the skills required to offer effective consultation to the
The learning journey will start from the basics of Human Anatomy & Exercise Physiology as one should have ample knowledge of different joints, ligaments, and other internal components.
It will help prepare a workout plan that is right for people with varying requirements of the body and health goals. The next phase of learning will include a focus on interpersonal skills like communication skills & teaching techniques along with precaution & measurement of ergogenic uses followed by medical guideline. It will also help in the personality development of the trainer & offer a seamless experience to the people at the time of consultation. The next phase of the course focuses on optimizing workout plans to help achieve fitness goals in the pre-determined period & prevent injuries like rotator cuff tear, sprain, etc.
This system of the body is responsible for collecting information and process it from different senses (smell, see, touch, hear, taste) through nerves. The brain processes the information and instructs the muscles to perform tasks accordingly.
It influences the body to generate several hormones in adequate quantity.
It includes all muscles, tissues, and ligaments present in the body, like rotator cuff muscles present in the shoulder joint. It helps in facilitating the mobility of the body.
This system is responsible for maintaining sufficient oxygen levels and exhale carbon dioxide.
Every type of joint allows only a series of movements. Hence, it is important to have knowledge on this topic to perform exercises in the right technique to avoid injuries. Slide Filament Theory. GI Tract: Gastrointestinal tract consists of several organs like the mouth, food pipe, stomach, intestines, and anus. The nutrition that we take in the form of food and is first passed through this tract and affects the digestive system that includes the liver, pancreas, and gallbladder.