it gave me some good ideas and excited me about designing a sports conditioning class.
- Continuing Education
Designing Sports Conditioning Workouts for Group Fitness Classes
|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.1 CECs , ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine 1.0 CECs|
Incorporating circuit training and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) drills into group fitness programming can produce positive results if applied safely with proper structure and progression for all participants. In this course, featuring insight from ACE Certified Professional Pete McCall, MS, you will learn to challenge class participants’ 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 levels of your class participants.
You will learn:
Strategies for designing and teaching sports conditioning workouts as a group fitness format for varied skill levels
Key guidelines that require consideration for sports conditioning workouts
How to structure group workouts with drills that challenge speed, power, agility, quickness, endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility
As a coach, this course was fantastic as i'll use all the information I leaned here and apply it to my sessions on the field.
this is worth it, if you haven't taught a HIIT or bootcamp style class.
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