- Continuing Education
Exercise Strategies for Clients with Physically Demanding CareersFREE
|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.0 CECs|
Train your clients to thrive on and off the job
Many clients have careers or lead lives that are highly physical, involving excessive time spent on their feet, performing repetitive movements, and carrying or moving heavy objects. These clients can greatly benefit from training that encourages optimal posture, strong foundational movements, and improved stability.
In this video training, you’ll explore how focusing on specific movement patterns that relate directly to the physical demands in a client’s life can help them recover from or avoid injury, while improving their quality of life both on and off the job. You’ll also gain an understanding of the collaborative process involved in understanding a client’s lifestyle, as well as the impact that lifestyle has on their body.
This course, led by ACE Certified Personal Trainer and business owner Damien A. Joyner, JD, ICEI, will prepare you to better understand your client's daily physical patterns, so you can design personalized programming that helps them both move and live better.
Upon completion, you will be able to:
- Deepen client relationships by encouraging the client to be the “expert” on themselves and explain the physical demands of their job or everyday life
- Create programming that helps clients practice more optimal posture during movement
- Build client rapport while educating them about the real-life benefits of exercise
- Introduce exercises that support how clients move for work.
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