Elevate your career with our Diploma in Advanced Personal Training – an immersive program tailored for seasoned personal trainers seeking to expand their expertise. Delve into advanced subjects like exercise physiology, biomechanics, sports performance, and nutrition. Gain skills to craft specialized training programs for athletes, medical conditions, and performance-driven goals. Through hands-on training and real-world scenarios, acquire the advanced tools needed to excel in the dynamic fitness landscape.
The objective of the Diploma in Advanced Personal Training is to elevate experienced personal trainers to an advanced level of expertise. This program hones in on expanding knowledge in exercise science, biomechanics, sports performance, and injury prevention. It empowers trainers to craft customized training plans for diverse populations, including athletes and those with specific goals or medical conditions. Our diploma furnishes trainers with advanced tools and strategies to optimize performance, prevent injuries, and achieve remarkable fitness outcomes.
introduction and overview, the function of bones in the human body, and understanding of the skeletal system. the appendicular system, the axial system, types of bones and joints, soft tissues cartilages and ligaments, bones of the upper limb bones of lower limb, joints, and functions
Introduction to Fitness, Degeneration, Adaptations, understanding the application of Fitness components in Daily life and in Sports ,Functionality, Cardiovascular Endurance, muscular endurance, Musculoskeletal strength ,Flexibility, Ideal body Composition, Agility, power, speed, Balance, Coordination.
Anatomy of skeletal Muscle, Sliding Filament Theory, Neuromuscular Adaptations, Adaptation of skeletal Muscle, Types of Muscle Fibers
Introduction and overview, chemical and mechanical digestion, accessory organs, digestion of fats proteins, and carbohydrates, physiology, and steps in digestion.
Introduction, anatomy of heart, blood flow, blood pressure, maximum heart rate, vo2 max, cardiovascular terms
Overview of the energy system, types of the energy system, cellular energy, conversion of ATP into energy, aerobic and anaerobic pathway, role of glucose as an energy substrate, and role of protein and fats as energy substrates.
Basal metabolic rate Thermogenic effect of food, calculating Daily Energy expenditure, introduction to systems in the human body, body types, epic effect, afterburn effect, thermogenic effect ,cardio and fat loss
Introduction to weight training, types of movements in exercise, types of exercises, types of contractions in the muscle, line of movement and line of resistance, understanding the term functionality, selection of machines and free weights.
Introduction to intensity, deciding intensity, deciding the strength, the relation between time and intensity, motor unit recruitment, understanding the term workload and its factors, repetition max training protocols and terminology, intensity techniques
Introduction to flexibility, factors responsible for flexibility, advantages, hypermobility, types of stretches, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, stretch reflex mechanism, flexibility program design and develpement, guidelines and precautionary measures before designing flexibility programme.
Introduction, types of levers, levers and the human body, biomechanics in the machine, mechanical advantages and factors, introduction to kinesiology, anatomical position, anatomical terms
Anatomy of back muscle exercise of back muscles part 1- part 2, demonstration of exercises part 1-part 2
Anatomy of Chest muscle exercise of chest muscles part 1- part 2, demonstration of exercises part 1-part 2
Anatomy of Abs muscle exercise of Abs muscles part 1- part 2, demonstration of exercises part 1- part 2
Anatomy of Arm muscle exercise of Arm muscles part 1- part 2, demonstration of exercises part 1-part 2
Anatomy of Leg muscle exercise of Leg muscles part 1- part 2, demonstration of exercises part 1- part 2
Importance of health screening, sequence of assessment, measuring heart rate, measuring exercise heart rate, blood pressure, body composition test/assessment, body mass index, skinfold techniques, bioelectrical impedance, cardiovascular assessment, muscular strength assessment, muscular endurance assessment, flexibility assessment
Training principles, needs analysis, training/ program variables, choice of exercises, exercise order, resistance/workload selection, periodization of exercises phases of periodization, progressive periodization, and designing the workout.
Physiological adaptation to aerobic exercises, advantages and importance of aerobic exercises, training principles, calculating the intensity of cardiovascular exercises, rate of perceived exertion, mode of exercises, time/duration volume.
Understanding the term nutrients, food and its role in human metabolism, macros carbohydrates, and their types and introduction, macro-protein and their type and introduction, macro-fats and their type and introduction, selection criteria of macros, introduction to planning meals, water and fluid intakes, vitamins and minerals sports supplementation part 1, sports supplementation part 2.
Graduates will have a solid understanding of exercise science principles, including anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and exercise programming. Also, they will possess knowledge of how the body responds and adapts to exercise.
Diploma holders will be equipped with the ability to conduct comprehensive fitness assessments, including body composition analysis, cardiovascular fitness testing, strength and flexibility assessments, and postural evaluations. Also, they will be skilled at interpreting assessment results and using them to design individualized training programs.
Graduates will have the skills to develop effective and tailored fitness programs based on clients' goals, fitness levels, and any specific considerations or limitations. Also, they will be knowledgeable in various training modalities, such as strength training, cardiovascular exercise, flexibility training, and functional training.
Diploma holders will be proficient in providing clear and concise instructions to clients, ensuring proper exercise form and technique. Also, they will possess effective communication and coaching skills to motivate and support clients throughout their fitness journey.
Graduates will have a fundamental understanding of nutrition principles and their role in supporting fitness goals. Also, they will be able to provide basic nutrition guidance and recommendations to clients, including information on macronutrients, hydration, and healthy eating habits.
Diploma holders will prioritize client safety and possess knowledge of proper exercise technique, equipment usage, and safety guidelines. Also, they will be able to identify potential risks, apply correct spotting techniques, and create a safe training environment for clients.
Graduates will recognize the importance of ongoing professional development and staying updated with industry trends, research, and advancements. Also, they will be motivated to pursue additional certifications, attend workshops and conferences, and engage in continuous learning to enhance their skills and knowledge.
These additional learning outcomes further enhance the capabilities of Diploma in Advanced Personal Training graduate, equipping them with a well-rounded skill set, so they can provide comprehensive and clientcentered fitness services.
Are you ready to take your passion for fitness to the next level? Our Diploma in Advance Personal Training is your gateway to becoming an elite fitness professional, equipped with cutting-edge knowledge and skills to transform lives.
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