Tips for Training Senior Athletes

| by in Career
Tips for Training Senior Athletes

Baby boomers who once fueled the growth of the fitness industry in their younger years are now gravitating toward fitness-related activities, including athletic competition, in their later years. This presents a significant opportunity for health and exercise professionals who are interested in serving this population. Learn more about some of the unique characteristics of senior athletes and how to develop safe and effective training programs that help them reach their competitive goals.

Read More

Working with Older Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease

| by in Career
Working with Older Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease

As a health and exercise professional who works with older adults, you may encounter clients who suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Learn why participating in an exercise program may improve your client’s quality of life by helping to slow the progress of the disease and improve memory, reasoning, and thinking skills as well as ease depression and anxiety.

Read More

Exercise Considerations for Clients With Total Joint Replacement

| by in Career
Exercise Considerations for Clients With Total Joint Replacement

Currently, more than 700,000 total knee replacement surgeries take place annually and that number is expected to reach 3.5 million annually by the year 2030. Given the continued increase in the number of people undergoing joint replacement surgery, as a health and exercise professional it is essential that you have the knowledge and skills to be able to work with these clients, both before and after their procedures.

Read More

'Tis the season to get moving

FREE courses and BIG savings

ACE Certifications, Specialist Programs and Courses

Get Your Gifts

Limited time