Weight Training Coach Personal Trainer

Specialty “Weight Trainer – Personal Trainer” Indicator

  • Philosophy and basic principles of personal training.
  • Obtain a history of health, map general practitioner profile.
  • Collection of basic anthropometric data.
  • Collection of basic anthropometric data.
  • Ergometric Test.
  • Scanning a mobile profile.
  • Forms of strength, basic terms of strength training.
  • Types of Strength Training, Isometric Training, Isokinetic Training, Myometric (Eccentric) Training, Pliometric (Concentric) Training.
  • Safety training principles of strength.
  • Common muscular injuries and ways to deal with them.
  • Differences in free weights and resistance machines.
  • Forms of strength training organization.
  • Methods for developing various forms of muscle strength (muscle hypertrophy, intramuscular resonance, rapid, strength).
  • Weight training for each muscle group (from beginner to advanced level).
  • Basic principles of proper exercise technique.
  • Burden criteria according to experience level and age.
  • Muscular hypertrophy (mass / tumor) systems and methods.
  • Body fat reduction / weight reduction systems and methods.
  • Short-term and long-term training planning, periodicity.
  • Women, the elderly, children and strength training.
  • Functional training.
  • Basic exercise list with body weight and exercises.
  • Basic exercise kit with extra resistance micro-instruments (dumbbells, tires, bars, etc.)
  • Functional training with straps.
  • Functional imbalance training with BOSU ball.
  • Functional training with various instruments (Kettlebells, Fit balls, Foam roller, Medicine Balls, ladder etc.).
  • Training Planning Applications for All Levels of Practitioner Experience and Monitoring – S.M.A.R.T. goals (Specific goal, Objectively measurable, Daily useful, Realistically achievable, Time-bound).
  • Practical application of different types of warm-up (General, Associated, Articulation, etc.).
  • Measurement and control of heart rate in a variety of ways (palpation, subjective perception of intensity, use of an individual heart rate monitor, etc.).
  • Practical implementation of personalized training programs with Role Plays.
  • Practical application of training programs to a small group of trainees (Small Personal Training).
  • Practical application of different types of stretching exercises for individual muscle groups and the whole body as well as exercises for improving mobility.
  • Practical application of different types of relaxation / relaxation.

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