Personal Training. Level I

Goodlife sporto ir laisvalaikio klubas šeimai. Priegliaus g.1, Vilnius, PC PUPA
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Personal Training. Level I

The workshop is intended for trainers who want to conduct personal training not at the gym! During personal workout, you can train your clients in different ways: at home, in the park, in group sessions in the hall, in the gym. In a variety of strength exercises with the equipment, or just with your body weight, Pilates exercises or aerobics, swimming or playing tennis. But most important is to teach your clients to do the exercises correctly and in accordance with professional personal training methodology. You are not restricted, except for own customers wishes and demands. In this seminar, you will receive the knowledge about human anatomy, kinesiology, muscle activity, basic exercise technique. You will learn how to calculate the diet of your client, how to eat during sport practice and many more things that are very important for a personal trainer at work.
Workshop ,,Personal Training” will conduct a professional personal trainer, multiple European champion of fitness, teacher – Svetlana Pugacheva (Russia).

The workshop is intended for all fitness trainers, groups instructors, health professionals who want to learn how to engage personally with clients and help them to achieve maximum in short term. During the workshop you will gain the necessary practical and theoretical knowledge as a personal trainer.

Seminars are held in Russian and Lithuanian language.

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1st day

Time Theme Lessons format
9:30-10:00 Registration of participants.
10:00 -11:00 Basics of human anatomy: Respiratory system. Respiratory significance in sport. Muscular system. Muscle structure and function. Skeletal system. Heart. Small & Grand blood circuit. Theory
11:00 -12:00 Basics of Kinesiology: Plane of motion. Posture. Exercises affecting posture. Theory
12:00 -13:00 Analysis of basic exercises and technique. Practice
13:00 -13:30 Lunch break
13:30 -14:30 Physiology and cardiovascular systems adjusting to load. Main mechanisms of energy. Aerobic and anaerobic metabolism. Theory
14:30- 15:30 Adapting to strength and endurance training. Types of muscle fiber. Contraction types of muscle fiber . Fitness workout theory. Strength training. Cardio and interval training. Flexibility training. Theory
15:30- 16:30 Programming and planning of training to reach various purposes. Practice
16:30- 17:00 Reflection of the day.

2nd day

Time Theme Lessons format
10:00- 12:00 Nutrition basics: nutrition for fitness diet. The importance of vitamins and minerals. How to calculation diet calories. Theory
12:00- 13:00 Nutrition plan to reach different purposes. Practice
13:00- 13:30 Lunch break
13:30- 15:30 Basics of psychology in trainer job. Types of customers. Communication ethics. The ideal trainer portrait. Theory
15:30- 16:30 Communication skills workshop. Practice in groups and pairs. Practice
16:30- 17:00 Euroeducation certificates awards

Seminar Schedule

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