Online Training Ageing with Attitude 1.  2 cec’s

The following link will take you to the booking page in order to start your online training –  Course outline below –

  • Assessment Information
  • About Older Adults
  •  Getting Started
  • Scope of Practice
  • Exercise Prescription Guidelines
  • Class Plans
  • Posture, Alignment and Stability
  • Incorporating Fall Prevention Training into your classes
  • What if your client has a chronic illness?
  • National Exercise Guidelines and Further Training Options
  • Further Reading and Research
  • Feedback and Music

Online Training Ageing with Attitude 2. 2 cec’s

The following link will take you to the booking page in order to start your online training –   Course content as outlined below.

  • Introduction to the Older Adult
  •  Assessment Requirements and Enrolment Form
  •  Injury Prevention
  • Fitness Levels Exercise Chart
  • The Resistance Exercises
  • Chair Based Classes
  • Core Training – why and what!
  • Cool Down and Flexibility
  • The affects of Immobility on the older adult
  • What to expect from your senior clients
  • Scope of Practice
  • Your client and chronic illnesses
  • National Physical Activity Guidelines
  • How to attract clients
  • The affects of ageing on the body
  • Copyright Law and References

The Music & Motion Studio has designed a course for everyone who teaches, has taught or wishes to teach the rewarding area of older adults. Older adults can be anyone over 50 – they can be fit and active, frail and in a chair, or anywhere in the middle of those two. 

This course has been designed to educate instructors on this area of group exercise and personal training, based on sound scientific research involving exercises for increasing muscle strength, improving and maintaining bone density, improving cardiovascular health and encouraging increased balance, coordination and mobility. Strength training can help reduce signs and symptoms of many chronic diseases. Our aim is to give you a solid educational foundation in the area of older adults, as well as plenty of taking home choreography.

The course has been divided into two parts. Part A is the foundation therefore all the fundamental knowledge required when working with this special population. It also includes cardio exercises such as warm ups, fun routines and games.  So get ready to learn online and click here to get started.

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