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Becoming a Personal Trainer 1, offered annually during Winter Term, is the first class in a two-part series. This class is intended for students who have not yet completed the anatomy series. It focuses on basic anatomy and physiology, moving from knowledge to practical application. Curriculum includes discussion and application of content related to completing the ACE exam (reference resources provided), as well as skills needed to audition for hire as a Personal Trainer at Recreational Sports.

Becoming a Personal Trainer 2, offered annually during Spring Term, develops skills for entry-level Personal Trainers or academically-prepared Kinesiology students to effectively work with diverse populations and in small group training environments. Prerequisite: Becoming a Personal Trainer 1 or completion of anatomy and physiology academic series.


STATEMENT OF RISK:
Risk is inherent in all recreational activities, programs, classes, and services. Participants become involved at their own risk and should be prepared to accept this element of risk as part of their participation.
Becoming a Personal Trainer 1, offered annually during Winter Term, is the first class in a two-part series. This class is intended for students who have not yet completed the anatomy series. It focuses on basic anatomy and physiology, moving from knowledge to practical application. Curriculum includes discussion and application of content related to completing the ACE exam (reference resources provided), as well as skills needed to audition for hire as a Personal Trainer at Recreational Sports.

Becoming a Personal Trainer 2, offered annually during Spring Term, develops skills for entry-level Personal Trainers or academically-prepared Kinesiology students to effectively work with diverse populations and in small group training environments. Prerequisite: Becoming a Personal Trainer 1 or completion of anatomy and physiology academic series.


STATEMENT OF RISK:
Risk is inherent in all recreational activities, programs, classes, and services. Participants become involved at their own risk and should be prepared to accept this element of risk as part of their participation.

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