This course will provide a comprehensive background of Keiser and its origins before delving into the anatomy of our machines. Understanding pneumatics technology is crucial for professionals eager to learn and leverage Keiser Pneumatics.
In this course, we feel it is important we anchor ourselves to key concepts that are universal to all training populations. The first area is adaptation, where we will explore how to improve everyone we work with and what needs to happen for successful outcomes. Next, we tackle biomechanics – an intimidating topic for some but essential in developing training programs. We have distilled it down into key areas that are easy to grasp.
Following this, we cover training principles, human body systems, and responses before diving into applied physics – an exciting component that we feel many of you will enjoy. Here, you will learn about four resistance tools available: mass, elastic, flywheels, and finally, Keiser pneumatics. We highlight the advantages and limitations of each of these tools.
Our last section focuses on Keiser-specific assessment tools through evaluations tailored towards your clients' needs. You will find an additional section outlining some key research findings leveraging Keiser Pneumatics.
This serves as a foundation for understanding primary aspects of building human performance which seamlessly leads you into our Foundations of Periodization and Programming course. This course is designed to enhance your skills in assessing client needs while effectively utilizing Keiser equipment to train the five trainable qualities.
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Keiser Pneumatics Foundations Course
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