You’ll Learn From This Course:
To recognise the major bones, muscles, cardiovascular-respiratory system, movement capability and energy systems relating to fitness and exercise.
How to conduct fitness assessments for cardio-respiratory fitness, flexibility, blood pressure and body composition.
How to play and teach personalised fitness programmes.
How to assess a client’s starting and initiate SMART goals towards a fitness or physical activity training programme.
How to create and review periodised training programmes around client’s needs and wants.
How to understand the evaluate food labels towards client nutritional goals.
How to engage and provide motivating exercise and fitness sessions.
There are no specific pre-requisite qualifications but some experience of gym-based exercises, including free weights, is highly recommended. The course requires physical exertion and individual participation is essential; therefore, a degree of physical fitness is necessary.
There is also an element of communication (discussing, presenting, reading and writing) involved and learners should have basic skills in communication pitched at Level 2.
Multiple Choice question paper.
Coursework/ portfolio of evidence
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