INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND FITNESS ASSOCIATION (IHFA)(Registered by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India )
of Integrative Training Home Study Course - Integrative training means
integrative. Client education, exercise prescription, program design, neuromuscular
training, core strengthening, motor learning and motor control are the fundamental
elements of integrative training. Learn about each of these elements
and how they synergistically affect and compliment one another. Core
strengthening and umbo-pelvic stabilization accompanied by evidenced based
research will provide deep insight with understanding effective stabilization
exercises for your clients.
created five separate courses that examine how human movement occurs from the
inside out, biomechanically & synergistically. These five separate courses
were designed to
teach the foundation science, functional assessments and application science
human movement. Teaching you the 'science behind the movement'. These five
courses compliment one another. Learn the anatomy & biomechanics required
for daily & sport specific movement, the biomechanics behind all movements,
and functional assessments, findings and how to train clients based on
evidenced based research.
course was designed & peer reviewed teaching the ‘why’ behind everything.
The course is offered in a distance-learning format providing advanced
continuing education to personal trainers. PTCS will send you the course
electronically and is available for immediate download after purchase(see
the Fundamental Elements of Training approved for the following
ACE ALL OTHER AGENCIES PENDING
CFES 3.0 CEC’s
HFPA 20 CPD points for all five courses
PTA Global 4
.5 or 2.5 for all five courses
The course begins with introducing the essential integrative training
components of training. The foundation of neuromuscular training, motor control
and motor learning are extensively discussed. Spinal stabilization accompanied
by evidenced based research will provide deep insight with effective
stabilization training. Next, learn about what human movement training is and
why it is important to understand with all clients. Illustrations throughout
this unit provide insightful clarification. Lastly, learn what the latest
research says about stretching. In sum, this is an ideal resource for personal
trainers who truly want to understand the science behind the movement and the
wish to work effectively with any client. This course is offered to you in a
distance-learning format providing advanced continuing education for personal
trainers who truly want to take their knowledge and training to the next
This course includes a 81-page manual and 25-page workbook in PDF format.
Included within the course and workbook are two practice examinations testing
the reader’s comprehension of the material.
Note: This course package is made available for immediate download after
purchase. All materials for this course are received electronically.
1. Understand the foundations of neuromuscular training and motor control
as it relates to improving a clients’ balance and dynamic stability and be
able to perform neuromuscular training with respective and appropriate
2. Identify the four stabilizers at the lumbo-pelvic junction, their role,
be able to assess and retrain properly with practical application, based on
evidenced based research.
3. Understand and be able to perform ‘Human Movement Training.'
4. Learn and understand the key integrative training principles of training and
be able to apply these with all clients.
5. Be able to design sample training programs with clinical rationale
designed helping you master exercise prescription with all levels of clients.
Section 1: Selective Exercise Prescription & Advanced Exercise
Section 2: Neuromuscular Training/Motor learning/Motor Control
Section 3: Spinal Stabilization Training & Core Strengthening
Section 4: Functional Strengthening/Human Movement Training
Section 5: Types of Stretching
PINNACLE TRAINING AND CONSULTING SYSTEM, USA15 Thomas Path West Yarmouth MA , USA
INDIA STUDY CENTREIHFA-INTERNATIONAL HEALTH AND FITNESS ASSOCIATION (www.ihfafitness.com)
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