This is a great time to be a part of the evolving strength training industry. Our knowledge about how to maximize strength gains under ideal programming conditions continues to grow and influence how we program. In this course, we explore how to strategically time strength sessions and design concurrent training programs that minimize interference and maximize strength gains.
Education Level: Intermediate - Advanced
Successful completion of the quiz is necessary to receive Continuing Education Credit.
|2.0||American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)|
|2.0||American Fitness Professional Association (AFPA)|
|2.0||Aquatic Exercise Association (AEA)|
|0.2||Internat Assoc for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)|
|2.0||International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA)|
|1.0||National Council on Strength & Fitness (NCSF)|
|Note 1||National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)|
|2.0||National Strength Professionals Association (NSPA)|
|2.0||Sara's City Workout (SCW)|
NOTE 1: 0.2 CEU or 2 contact hours of continuing education for the CSCS, CSPS, NSCA-CPT, or TSAC-F certifications according to the guidelines set forth by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Amy Ashmore - Provider #F1000
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Explain how timing is essential in 5 aspects of resistance training and discuss 4 new topics in research.
- Discuss 3 topics related to muscle confusion.
- Describe 5 variables to consider in concurrent programming.
- Explain how chronotype is important to program periodization.
- Discuss how intermittent rest plays a role in scheduled gains.
- Describe how 3 different lengths of time for static stretching affect muscle performance.
System Requirements to View This Course
This course is tablet enabled and can be viewed on an iPad or Android tablet as well as a PC or MAC Computer