0.1 ACE CECs
- Continuing Education
Creating a Motivational Climate for Behavior Change
|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.1 CECs|
Cultivate Client Success Through Positive Environments
How do health and exercise professionals create an environment where motivation flourishes? When clients perceive their physical-activity settings and those leading them as caring and task-involving, they are more likely to have positive experiences, which leads to increased engagement, participation and adherence.
In this course from ACE Director of Science and Research Sabrena Jo, MS, you will learn specific strategies for creating the best motivational environment for clients to be successful and achieve their behavior change goals. Using the ACE Mover Method and ACE ABC Approach, you will be equipped to immediately foster a positive motivational climate in your fitness business to help get and keep clients moving.
Upon completion, you will be able to:
- Identify strategies for promoting a motivational climate during in-person and virtual meetings
- Enhance client engagement, participation and adherence
- Use the ACE Mover Method as a client-centered approach to guide all client interactions
- Implement the ACE ABC Approach to coach clients on important lifestyle changes
Clear, concise information. Excellent handouts.
I absolutely loved this session! Sabrena Jo really understands how to create sustainable and meaningful behavior change for clients.
I retained more information by riding an exercise bike while listening and watching.
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