CEC Training Courses
The course covers basic anatomy, movement terms, physical fitness, the properties of water, the parts of a class, how to increase and decrease intensity, how to use equipment, contraindications and more. Participants take a quiz on what muscles are involved in typical exercises and teach a brief practice class to the other participants. The course takes 8 hours. No CECs.
The properties of water, the types of muscular contractions, and the kinds of equipment available make strength training in water unique. This course explains how to use the properties of water to increase intensity. It describes how to use weighted, buoyant, drag and rubberized equipment. And it includes contraindications so that you will know when caution is advisable. 3 hours, 3 CECs. The course outline covers:
Step back and take a longer view of your water fitness program. Do you offer progressions so that your participants will see improvement in their level of fitness? Athletes use periodization to train for their sport. Why not use the same tool to train for the sport of daily life? Periodization divides the year into four seasons: pre-season, transition season, peak fitness, and recovery. Each season has its own training program that builds into the next season, followed by a season that allows the body time to recover and prepare for the next year. 3 hours, 3 CECs. The course outline covers:
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