Coaches Kyle Kercher and Peter Ronai show you simple push up and bench press tips that you can use right away. This clip is from the two-part course Do it Right -Teaching Barbell Movements and Implementing a Premium Strength Program in Your Facility.
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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 Do it Right -Teaching Barbell Movements and Implementing a Premium Strength Program in Your Facility:
- Describe how to undertake an initial proficiency assessment of primary movements and utilize the information to structure an individualized program.
- Implement teachable progressions for primary lifts.
- Identify the key elements of implementing a safe premium strength and conditioning program at your facility for both novice and intermediate-level participants.
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Kyle Kercher MS, ACSM-EP, ACSM-CPT
Coach Kyle is an ACSM-EP, ACSM-CPT, and Wellcoaches HWC. Kyle graduated from California University of Pennsylvania with his Masters in Exercise Science with a focus in Sport Psychology.
Peter Ronai, M.S., FACSM, ACSM-CEP, ACSM-EP, RCEP
Coach Peter is a clinical professor of Exercise Science in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT. He is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), an associate editor for ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal® and serves on the ACSM publications subcommittee.
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