What is the best method of recovery from exercise?
This online workshop explores the effect of fatigue on performance and identifies methods to facilitate recovery. Optimising recovery is one of the most important factors in improving exercise and sport performance.
Upon completing this course, you’ll have developed the skills and knowledge to enable you to apply fatigue management principles and a variety of recovery methods to assist clients in achieving their health and fitness goals.
Requiring around 4 hours of study time, this short course includes interactive videos and PowerPoint presentations with an assessment accessed via our custom-built learner portal.
If you’re a qualified Personal Trainer currently registered with Fitness Australia, you’ll be credited with 10 CEC points to put towards your registration.
In this workshop, you will:
• Learn about the different types of fatigue, the mechanisms by which it occurs and the effect fatigue has on recovery and performance.
• Explore the role that sleep, nutrition and periodisation of training play in exercise recovery.
• Review scientific research highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of common recovery methods including:
Participants must have completed the Certificate IV in Fitness and be registered as a Personal Trainer to be eligible to attain Fitness Australia CEC’s from this course.
Upon completion, Fitness Australia Registrants are eligible to have the Flexibility, Injury Prevention/Rehabilitation Support and Strength and Conditioning knowledge and skill areas acknowledged on their registration profile.
This short course costs $245, to be paid in full upon enrolment.
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