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Fitness Professional S Handbook 6th Edition

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Aquatic Fitness Professional Manual

Author : Aquatic Exercise Association
ISBN : 9781492586319
Genre : Medical
File Size : 53. 43 MB
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Aquatic fitness is not just for older adults or those with physical limitations. Water exercise is a proven fitness activity that is challenging and fun for all age groups and abilities. It offers reduced-impact options for group exercise, small-group fitness, and personal training. As the primary preparation resource for the certification exam of the Aquatic Exercise Association (AEA), Aquatic Fitness Professional Manual, Seventh Edition, is the most comprehensive resource to help you design and lead effective exercise sessions in the pool. With contributions from 17 industry experts, you will learn how to energize your teaching with techniques and programs based on many popular fitness formats, such as kickboxing, yoga, body sculpting, Pilates, walking and jogging, circuits, intervals, and sport-specific training. You'll also find updated research on shallow- and deep-water exercise, as well as new and revised content on the following: • Specialty equipment such as bikes, treadmills, and gym stations intended for the aquatic environment • The latest interval training techniques, including HIIT and Tabata • Water safety guidelines • Aquatics recommendations from organizations such as the Arthritis Foundation and the National Osteoporosis Foundation • Nutrition and weight management guidance that reflects the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans • Business and legal insights on compliance with insurance, music licensing, and the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) In addition, the Aquatic Fitness Professional Manual covers basic exercise science concepts, including exercise anatomy and physiology. The text reviews injuries, emergencies, and working with special populations. For those preparing for the AEA Aquatic Fitness Professional Certification exam, you'll find a detailed glossary and index, along with review questions at the conclusion of each chapter, to help you study. Nowhere else will you find the fitness applications and comprehensive programming you need in one convenient resource. The Aquatic Fitness Professional Manual contains essential foundational information on the components of physical fitness, group fitness teaching techniques, and the AEA Standards and Guidelines. Expand your teaching and career opportunities by cultivating the critical skills for leading safe, enjoyable, and effective aquatic exercise programs.

Aquatic Fitness Professional Manual 6th Edition

Author : Aquatic Exercise Association
ISBN : 9781450408271
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 56. 17 MB
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Written by more than 30 industry experts, Aquatic Fitness Professional Manual, Sixth Edition, is the most comprehensive and relied-upon resource for fitness professionals, personal trainers, therapists, and facility or program managers who specialize in water exercise. No longer just for seniors, aquatic fitness has emerged at the forefront of new fitness trends as a challenging reduced-impact option for group exercise, small-group fitness, and personal training for all age groups. Straightforward explanations of current concepts in exercise science, applied exercise anatomy and physiology, and updated research on deep-water exercise will assist you in creating and leading safe, effective, and enjoyable exercise programs. This all-in-one aquatic fitness reference is the definitive resource for those preparing for the AEA Aquatic Fitness Professional certification exam. Reorganized for easier study and exam preparation, the sixth edition contains essential foundational information such as the components of physical fitness, group fitness teaching techniques, and AEA Standards and Guidelines.

Methods Of Group Exercise Instruction

Author : Carol K. Armbruster
ISBN : 9781492583653
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Formats, modalities, and trends in group exercise are constantly evolving. Methods of Group Exercise Instruction, Third Edition With Online Video, explores the most common group exercise modalities, enhancing readers’ marketability by giving them the skills to lead dynamic, safe, and effective classes. This text highlights the commonalities of a variety of group exercise formats through training principles, correction and progression techniques, and safety tips to enhance the skills of both group exercise leaders and program directors. Methods of Group Exercise Instruction, Third Edition, moves from theory to practice in a logical progression. Rather than simply providing routines, this book helps instructors develop the core skills needed for creating routines, use proper cueing, and adapt their teaching to new modalities. Teaching techniques convey appropriate training for each muscle group and methods for warm-up, cardiorespiratory training, muscular conditioning, neuromotor training, and flexibility. In addition, starter routines, modification strategies, and instructor assessment criteria are presented for seven class formats: kickboxing, step training, stationary indoor cycling, sport conditioning and boot camp, water exercise, yoga, and mat-based Pilates. The text also touches on alternative modalities, including dance-based classes, fusion, and mind–body training. Thoroughly revised and reorganized based on industry standards, the third edition of Methods of Group Exercise Instruction offers expanded content to help readers become better instructors. Updates to the third edition include the following: • Online video, totaling over 100 minutes, demonstrates key content in the text. • New chapters cover social aspects of group exercise, coaching-based instructional models, and neuromotor and functional training. • Callout boxes highlight important topics, research findings, technique and safety checks, and practice drills, which facilitate quick learning. • Short assignments at the close of each chapter encourage readers to look beyond the text to gain practical experience. • Evaluation forms and evaluation key points allow instructors to gauge their teaching success and adapt the key criteria of a successful class to each exercise modality. The three-part structure of this book is retained from the previous edition, but the content is reorganized to better reflect industry standards and guidelines. Part I provides a general overview of group exercise: the evolution and advantages of group exercise; the strategies for creating group cohesion in a class; the core concepts in class design; and the use of music, choreography, and cueing methods in designing and leading a class. Part II offers guidelines for leading the four major segments of a group exercise class: warm-up, cardiorespiratory training, muscular conditioning, and flexibility training, and includes a new chapter on neuromotor and functional training. These basic concepts pertain to all modalities covered in part III, which focuses on practical teaching skills. Basic moves, choreography, and training systems are covered for each type of class. Sample routines and class formats for each modality offer a confident starting point for novice instructors and fresh material for veterans. The final chapter discusses customized or hybrid classes such as lifestyle physical activity–based classes, equipment-based cardio classes, and mind and body classes. When used as a course text, Methods of Group Exercise Instruction, Third Edition, includes instructor ancillaries, which offer suggestions for effective use of the book and online video, lesson plan outlines, a sample week-by-week syllabus, lab activities, and test questions. The third edition also features a newly added image bank containing all the figures and photos from the text to use in presentations.

Fitness Professional S Handbook

Author : Edward T. Howley
ISBN : 0736061789
Genre : Medical
File Size : 62. 31 MB
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Fitness Professional's Handbook, Fifth Edition,is back with a new title, an expanded scope, and thoroughly updated material. With three new chapters, numerous ancillaries, and material that reflect the current American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) guidelines, this text will allow both students and professionals to stay abreast of the latest research and information in the field. Formerly titled Health Fitness Instructor's Handbook,this full-color text has undergone a title change to better reflect its extensive use in the field. Reflective of updates made in the seventh edition of ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription,it serves as an essential text for those seeking ACSM health/fitness instructor certification and an invaluable reference for certified fitness professionals striving to stay informed amid ongoing research advances. Every chapter has been updated based on the latest standards, guidelines, and research, allowing readers to explore the newest theories, research findings, and current issues in the field. The following are among the most significant changes to the text: -A completely rewritten chapter on health appraisal that focuses on the sequence of steps to follow in screening participants -Updates based on the most recent dietary guidelines and current standards for nutritional intake -A thorough discussion of how to develop effective exercise prescriptions for strength and endurance in a very small space -A new chapter that focuses on yoga, Pilates, and other mind–body exercises -Additional insight from an expert providing real-life experiences in both fitness- and hospital-based programs and details regarding budget development Through this text, students with little or no background in fitness testing and prescription will learn to screen participants, carry out standardized fitness tests to evaluate major components of fitness, and write appropriate fitness prescriptions. They will also learn how to apply this information to special populations, including children, older adults, women, or those with chronic disease (e.g., hypertension) or a specific condition (e.g., pregnancy). To aid readers with comprehension, the text retains the best features of previous editions, such as reproducible forms, useful key points, interesting sidebars, case study questions and answers, key terms and glossary, and extensive references throughout the book. The text features an array of ancillaries, making it easy for instructors to develop and effectively teach their course. All materials are offered through a convenient product-specific Web site and include a new instructor guide, a revised test bank, and a PowerPoint presentation package that includes art, photos, and tables pulled from the text. In addition, the text's attention to detail regarding the most common fitness tests allows it to be seamlessly integrated into lab experiences associated with fitness assessment. Fitness Professional's Handbook, Fifth Edition,provides readers with comprehensive information on the fundamentals of fitness, exercise physiology, and biomechanics. Updates on assessing muscular fitness, applying guidelines for strength and muscular endurance training for diverse populations, preventing low back pain, and interpreting nutritional guidelines will allow readers to better understand the role of physical activity in the quality of life and how to follow practical guidelines for screening, testing, supervising, and modifying activity for various populations. As such, it will be a useful text for students and a valuable reference for practitioners.

Europeactive S Essentials For Fitness Instructors

Author : EuropeActive
ISBN : 9781450423793
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 48. 95 MB
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Endorsed by EuropeActive, this text includes fundamentals and best practices of concepts, duties and responsibilities that fitness instructors perform on the job. The content applies to level 3 of the European Qualifications Framework.

Fitness Professional S Handbook 7th Edition

Author : Howley, Edward T.
ISBN : 9781492523376
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Fitness Professional’s Handbook, Seventh Edition, provides current and future fitness professionals with the knowledge to screen participants, conduct standardized fitness tests, evaluate the major components of fitness, and prescribe appropriate exercise.

Building Design And Construction Handbook 6th Edition

Author : Frederick S. Merritt
ISBN : 0071501797
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 46. 62 MB
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A where-would-you-be-without-it handbook covering every single important step in building design and construction, now updated to include key changes in design and construction practices. Surveys materials, structures, soil mechanics and foundations, building types, hardware, insulation, acoustics, plumbing, and more--all the material that will help architects, engineers, contractors, and others work better, faster, and smarter. Includes new design specifications; the latest developments in seismic and wind design criteria; new building systems and material; updated building codes throughout; NFPA requirements; and new wood material and codes.

Get Fit Stay Fit

Author : William E. Prentice
ISBN : 0072329068
Genre : Exercise
File Size : 66. 1 MB
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This brief, user-friendly text is designed for students with little or no background in developing a personal fitness program. Topics covered in Get Fit, Stay Fit include principles of cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, limiting body fat, and nutrition. Key points have been emphasized to explain why certain aspects of physical fitness should be important to individuals, and how to become an informed consumer of physical fitness equipment and services.

Exercise For Older Adults

Author : Cedric X. Bryant
ISBN : PSU:000058260036
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 39. 26 MB
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Exercise for Older Adults: ACE's Guide for Fitness Professionals (Second Edition) offers a timely update of this go-to resource for the fitness industry. Original authors have added new information to their chapters, and four new contributors lend their expertise to the book. Each chapter provides comprehensive guidelines for fitness professionals who serve the older adult population, covering subjects such as physiology, health challenges, communication and motivation techniques, exercise modes and techniques, basic strength training guidelines, and more.

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