Coach Tony Maloney shows you simple squat cues that you can use right away. Purchase the course to see how to coach and cue all 6 movements from the full 80 minute Workshop, and earn CECs
About the course:
This course includes an online video from ACSM’s International Health & Fitness Summit and a corresponding online quiz.
All course content will be presented to you electronically upon completion of your purchase. This includes all videos, quizzes, and certificates (certificates awarded upon successful completion of the quizzes).
Available ACSM CECs 3.0
Learning Objectives for the Course Coach It Up!...Coaching and Cueing Proper Movement:
- Understand the verbal and non-verbal cueing foundations of coaching the basic 6 movements. Understanding the exercise modifications to regress or progress a movement to meet the needs of the client’s movement level/potential.
- Demonstrate practical understanding of the basic verbal and nonverbal cues and movement enhancements.
- Learn how to use the practical tools to enhance movement by coaching both extrinsic and intrinsically.
Purchase and earn CECs
Tony Maloney, ACSM-EP
Since coming to NIFS in 2008 Tony has worked with hundreds of clients of different fitness levels to achieve both fitness and lifestyle outcomes. Speaking to large corporate groups as well as to his large membership base is an opportunity Tony loves to take on and has presented to countless individuals ranging from college students, corporate leaders, members and fellow fitness professionals. Tony has been the Fitness Center Manager for 8 of his 11 years with NIFS and enjoys leading his team to provide the best experience for all the members at NIFS.
Rebecca Langton, M.A., ACSM-EP
The founder of Intrinsic Motion Inc., Rebecca has spent the past 25 years in the health and fitness industry. Becky is currently an associate professor in the Health and Fitness Science division of Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, NC. Becky volunteers as a member of ACSM’s Committee on Certification Registry Board where she is currently the presiding chair of the Exercise Physiologist credential. Becky’s area of interest and research resides in human behavior change facilitation and wellness.
View More from Coach Tony Maloney
Cue it Up: 5 Keys to Cueing Movement
View More Popular Courses
Integrating Nutrition Into Training
Heart Rate Monitoring Assessment