2020 Summit - Programming Considerations: Mechanics Matter!
2020 Summit - Programming Considerations: Mechanics Matter!

ACSM's 2020 International Health & Fitness Virtual Summit Video CEC: Workshop: Programming Considerations: Mechanics Matter!

By Mitch Nienhuis, M.S.Ed, Assistant Director of Fitness and Personal Training, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL

The purpose of the workshop is to stress the importance of precise coaching and exercise selection in order to deliver effective and safe workouts.

Learning Objectives

1. Identify some common movements, variations, and potential contraindications if the trainer is not specific in their coaching.

2. Assist in the development of minimal and effective coaching cues to correct exercise form.

3. Provide some movement variations trainers can use based on client goals or limitations.

4. Clearly illustrate the importance of a "critical eye" and to constantly coach clients, regardless of movement or training tenure.

Notice

This course includes an online webinar from ACSM’s Health & Fitness Virtual Summit and a corresponding online quiz.

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Available Course Credits

ACSM 3.00

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