You as a student has our full support before, during and after the course. When you are done with your examination you will get access to the group of all other trainers who passed the exam. In this group, we have doctors, chiropractors, physiotherapists and hundreds of PTs. This group will always offer you support when you face new situations or need help in your workplace. We are there for you…

Our course plan

Theory basic:

Anatomy

You will be able to account for:

  • Our 100 most important muscles with origin and insertion. Understand the primary and secondary function of these muscles
  • Our 100 most important bone structures
  • How the body moves in all planes starting from the anatomical position.
  • All our muscle fiber types; where they are located and what their properties are
  • How muscle contraction works with actine, myosin and troponin
  • How nutrients affect muscles and bone structures
  • What type of joints we have and how these operate
  • The construction of cartilage and ligaments

Physiology

You will be able to explain the following:

  • The anatomy and function of the heart
  • The process of gas exchange
  • The blood flow through the body
  • How the CNS operates
  • Analyzing RHR, blood pressure, blood oxygen saturation and other tests.

Science of Exercise

You will know:

  • Explain and account for four different type of stretching
  • Our training principles
  • Programming (program construction)
  • The definition of functional and non-functional movements
  • Perform body measuring like caliper, impedance scale and measuring tape
  • Analyze tests like VO2MAX, oximeter, and bodpod
  • Evaluate tests like balance, mobility, strength, condition, and recovery
  • Explain what is happening in the body when we do aerobic and anaerobic exercise
  • The reasoning behind theories like DOMS and stretching
  • Read and interpret scientific studies

Nutrition

You will be able to explain:

  • Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Account for their function and structure
  • Recommendation of E% in different diets
  • Vitamins and minerals with their functions
  • Calculate TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure)
  • How the body processes food
  • The difference between the most common diets

Theory continuation:

Chemistry

You will be able to account for:

  • The function of our most common neurotransmitters
  • How the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system operates
  • The process of glucose metabolism (Glycolysis – Krebs cycle – Electron transport chain)
  • The stages of sleep

Biomechanics

You will understand:

  • Calculation of levers
  • The effects of limited R.O.M of our movements
  • Construct and evaluate functional movement screenings
  • Understand the correlation in a movement like the humeroscapular rhythm.

Supplements

You will know:

  • Who kreatine works
  • When protein supplementation can be of use and what the difference between types of proteins is.
  • Understand the effect caffeine has on training
  • Analyse the most common supplements on the market today

Injuries

You will know:

  • The most common knee problems like jumpers knee, runners knee, Osgood Schlatter, injuries to the meniscus and ACL tears
  • Explain the difference between Ischia and ”False ischia”
  • The difference between lumbago and herniated disc
  • The mechanics and consequences of luxated shoulders
  • What arthritis is and what possibly causes it
  • Training with different situations like asthma, diabetes, etc

Practical part:

Kettlebells

You will be able to:

  • Instruct kettlebells in a safe and pedagogical way
  • Teach the most common movements and how to build progression to the more complex ones.
  • Fix suboptimal movements

Olympic lifting

You will:

  • Know the basics of clean & jerk / snatch
  • Build an appropriate warm-up
  • Understand short- and long-term planning och program construction

Basic movements

You will :

  • Have a deep understanding of our basic movements
  • Be able to find an optimal start and end position
  • Understand how to scale movements based on age, injuries, ROM limitation, etc

Warm up

You will:

  • Describe the effects of a warm up
  • Be able to find a movement specific warm-up that fits your work out
  • Be able to use tools for mobility issues

Kinesio tape

You will:

  • Apply inhibiting tape for ROM restriction
  • Tape for lymph drainage
  • Be able to tape for a stabilizing purpose
  • The tape application for common injuries like jumpers knee
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