Provider: ACE - American Council On Exercise
Type: Online Course
CEC Credits: ACE 0.7 CECs

Please noteYou will earn CECs as indicated below for each individual course you complete. If you have previously earned CECs for any of the courses in the bundle, you will not earn credits for those courses again. You may check your course history in your My ACE Account.

Help Senior Clients Thrive Through Their Golden Years

With 83.7 million people aged 65 and older projected to be living in the United States by 2050 according to the U.S. Census Bureau, there is a high demand for trained professionals to help older adults focus on their health and fitness. From strength training and motivation to body and brain improvement, the Essentials for Training Older Adults course bundle will deep dive into improving your senior clients’ fitness and quality of life.

Courses include:

Strength Training for Older Adults (0.4 CECs)
Motivate, educate and train older adults using protocols for safe and effective resistance exercise programs. Design and develop comprehensive strength training programs for healthy older adults who are relatively fit and for those who have low musculoskeletal strength due to age-associated muscle loss and bone loss.

Motivating Older Adults: The Key to Healthy Aging (0.1 CECs)
Explore Prochaska’s Stages of Change to better understand the mindset of older adults. By learning important motivational strategies, you will be prepared to design effective programs tailored to your clients and give them the support and tools they need to embrace more active lifestyles.

Functional Programming for Active Agers (0.1 CECs)
Learn corrective exercises that address the active aging market’s common concerns, build confidence in exercise programming, and discover training strategies specifically for this demographic. In addition, you will understand how to help your senior clients improve brain, body and balance functioning so they can better perform the normal activities of daily life.

Aging and Exercise: Reduce Cognitive Decline with Physical Activity (0.1 CECs)
Design exercises and activities that stimulate the brain and body simultaneously, with a focus on building neuroplasticity. Cognitive decline is one of the largest factors in the loss of independence, and it’s an issue that is growing worldwide., Equip yourself with practical, evidence-based information and tools to help stimulate cognitive function in your aging clients so they can thrive in their golden years.


The presenters in the videos were presented in a clear/informative format with excellent slides and demonstrations. thank you Jessica

Interesting course with alot of practical application.

Excellent course with good practical application.