0.1 ACE CECs
- Continuing Education
Designing Sports Conditioning Workouts for Personal Training Clients
|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.1 CECs , ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine 1.0 CECs|
Adding high-intensity sports conditioning drills to client workouts can produce positive results if applied safely and with proper progressions. In this course, featuring insight from ACE Certified Professional Pete McCall, MS, you will learn to challenge a client’s speed, agility, reactivity and flexibility with challenging and engaging workouts based in sports conditioning. Learn the types of drills that comprise a sports conditioning workout and how to organize them in a way for maximum effect based on the skill level of your client.
You will learn:
Proper use of intensity progression workouts for one-on-one training sessions
The key guidelines for using high-intensity plyometric exercises in sports conditioning workouts
How to explain the benefits and components of sports conditioning workouts for the purpose of general physical preparation (GPP)
This video is basically a quick overview of the slides. It's not showing you anything that you cant see in a pdf. Also, I didn't pass the quiz the first time. Not too engaging. This lecture didn't appeal to my style of learning. Given that in his lecture he says 55% of population are visual learners, I think he could have made the lecture more visually appealing. I bit generalized and perhaps it would have been better if it was specific to a specific sport.
The presenter spoke MUCH too quickly to allow absorption of the information. There was a LOT of technical and scientific information, which is very interesting, but it was overwhelming.
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