Ace Live Workshops
Sports Conditioning / Functional Training & Assessment
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ACE Sports Conditioning Live Workshop
Saturday, June 4, 2011 8:00am-5:30pm
UWW Rec Sports Williams Center
Discover skill-related parameters of fitness (i.e., balance, agility, coordination, speed, reactivity and power) and learn how to tailor sports conditioning drills for specific population groups along with progressions in intensity, complexity and movement that are suitable to their skill and conditioning level. Whether for fun or performance, the exercises, drills and movement patterns you'll gain in ACE's Sports Conditioning Workshop will add a new dimension to programming for personal trainers and group fitness instructors.
Upon successful completion of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Define key considerations for developing sports conditioning programs.
- Conduct a thorough needs assessment to design sports conditioning workouts for clients.
- Design appropriate skill- and conditioning-level drills, exercises and movement patterns that address all skill-related parameters of fitness.
- Demonstrate and instruct a variety of drills, exercises and movement patterns for all conditioning levels.
- Discuss key nutritional and hydration strategies to help improve performance
Credit: .8 hours ACE, ACSM, NASM, & .85 NSCA
ACE Functional Training & Assessment Live Workshop
Sunday, June 5, 2011 8:00am-5:30pm
UWW Rec Sports Williams Center
Functional training continues to grow in popularity as the foundation for fitness and sports conditioning programs. Training to improve posture, movement efficiency and overall muscular performance related to a variety of activities defines functional training. Enhance your knowledge and applied skills with the latest tools and techniques in personal training to stay ahead of the game.
ACE Functional Training workshop teaches the important concepts of functional assessments and training by instructing personal trainers on how to:
- Conduct postural assessments and movement screens
- Design restorative exercise programs
- Instruct primary movement patterns
- Develop effective core-conditioning programs
- Introduce foundational concepts to sports-conditioning built upon functional movement
Credit:.8 hours ACE, ACSM, NASM, & .75 NSCA
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