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Modules Description

24

Apr'14

Professionalism and Personal Training

After a welcome to the course, we’ll dive straight into Professionalism and Personal Training to discover an Ethical Code that will drive your success as a Personal Trainer, we’ll cover fundamental legal issues that you must be aware of, what your responsibilities to your clients really are, and how to adhere to health and safety concerns.

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23

Apr'14

The Benefits of Exercise

The next module is called the Benefits of Exercise and this is where we really start to present an overview of the physiological and psychological benefits both you and your clients will attain from HIT exercise and the results that are attainable from just 1-2, 12-20 minute workouts per week. This is valuable information and once you have absorbed it you will be able to concisely explain to potential clients how they will benefit from your expertise.

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22

Apr'14

The Human Body and Exercise

Having taken in this overview it is time to broaden and deepen your learning in the next module: The Human Body and Exercise. This is Anatomy and Physiology structured and delivered in a way that makes it easy to absorb. Your learning and understanding of this module will give you the underpinnings of knowledge that will make your understanding of the principles of HIT concrete. The foundations of HIT are built on anatomical and physiological science and this module explains the principles of A & P and how they relate to HIT practically.

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21

Apr'14

The Science of HIT: Theory and Practice

The next module is The Science of HIT: Theory and Practice, this is perhaps the epicenter of the whole course. We start with an overview of HITuni’s HIT protocol in 25 points, and the rest of the module breaks down each of these points in detail. You will get from this module, a lot of practical knowledge about how to apply HIT, how to create routines from the micro-detail to the macro.

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20

Apr'14

Exercise Demonstrations

You’ve understood the theory and the concepts behind HIT’s practical application, now you will need to learn the exercises that will enable you to flesh out real routines. Featuring individual video demonstrations of HITuni approved Dynamic exercises, including: 25 machine exercises, 24 free weight exercises and 17 bodyweight exercises. In addition to the videos there are photos with explanatory text for the HITuni approved Static exercises, including: 19 Timed Static Contraction exercises and 15 Adapted Static Hold exercises. All the exercises are presented in 8 convenient bodypart sections, and further categorized by equipment choice, for easy reference and learning. No …

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19

Apr'14

Advanced Training Techniques I and II

You’ll learn the most valuable Advanced Training Techniques in HIT, how to apply them, the exact circumstances in which they should be used, and with which clients. Each advanced technique is presented via its own video demonstration with voiceover and accompanying detailed notes. In this module we cover all the techniques that we consider to be most valuable: 1. Rep Assist or Forced Rep 2. Drop Set 3. Rest Pause 4. Adapted Static Hold 5. Max Pyramid 6. Reps Within Reps 7. 20-10-5 8. Mini sets 9. Hyper protocol 10. Loaded stretch pause 11. Negative only 12. Negative accentuated 13. …

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19

Apr'14

Advanced Training Techniques I

In the Advanced Training Techniques I module, you’ll learn the 4 most valuable Advanced Training Techniques in HIT, how to apply them, the exact circumstances in which they should be used, and with which clients. Each advanced technique is presented via its own video demonstration with voiceover and accompanying detailed notes. Advanced Training Techniques covered: Rep Assist/Forced Repetitions Drop Sets Rest Pause Adapted Static Holds

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18

Apr'14

Working with Clients

In Working With Clients you will gain valuable insight into how to practically work with clients. We will take you through environment and equipment considerations, and what you will need to get started whether your budget is in the hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands or more! You will learn exactly how to run appointments like an expert from the start, and have the guesswork taken out of interacting with clients. You will have access to exclusive video footage recorded live of a full introductory appointment from welcoming the client, to teaching the exercises, to ending the appointment. These videos condense …

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17

Apr'14

Special Populations I and II

This module is an in-depth view to some of the special populations that we believe are the most likely to seek high intensity training. We will look into the following populations: 1. Pregnancy 2. Childhood and adolescence 3. Athletes 4. Injured clients 5. Senior citizens 6. Diseased clients

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17

Apr'14

Introduction to Special Populations

The Introduction to Special Populations module covers the special population clients that are most likely to contact you and the concerns and special considerations you should make for these clients. You will learn which are the conditions where exercise is contraindicated and under which circumstances it may be appropriate to refer these potential clients on to another professional. Then we will take a closer look at some of the most common Special Population groups that you may want to work with including: Injured individuals and rehabilitation Senior citizens Clients with heart disease Clients on medication Athletes

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