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CPT

Certified Personal Trainer

Certified Personal Trainer – CPT

Certified Personal Trainer with the International Academy for Sports Science and
Technology aims to prepare a fitness trainer to work with healthy fitness clients
through the management of their lifestyle and the design and implementation of
training programs with scientific bases based on customers’ goals and their health
and physical level.
The scientific material being taught is a PDF file as well as a booklet that includes
basic exercises, practical activities and terminology. The syllabus includes
theoretical lectures, practical activities and workshops in addition to self-study
Divided to:
– 37 Hours Theories.
– 9 Hours Workshops.
– 14 Hours Practical activities.
– 100 Hours Self Study.

 Content (syllabus):

Module 1: Fitness, Health and Fitness Concepts

(2 Hours Theoretical lectures – 10 Hours Self Study)
– Fitness Concepts.
– Health Related Physical Fitness.
– Skill Related Physical Fitness.
– Physical Activities and Physical Fitness.
– Health and Wellness Concepts.
– Top Fitness Trends.

Module 2: Professionalism and presentation

(2 Hours Theoretical lectures – 10 Hours Self Study)
– Profiles of Personal Trainers and Clients.
– Examining the Sector of Personal Training.
– Business Models of Personal Training.
– Quality Perspectives in Personal Training.
– Presentation and Qualify.

Module 3: Costumer Services and Communication Skills

(3 Hours Theoretical lectures – 1 Hours Workshops – 10 Hours Self Study)
– Costumer Services.
– Description of VARK Model Learning Styles and Specific Approaches
Regarding Each Profile.
– Characteristics of Learning Styles.
– The Transtheoretical Model’s Stages of Readiness for Behavioral Changes.
– Sample Interventions for Each Stage of Behavioral Change Readiness.

Module 4: Fitness Marketing and Personal Branding

(2 Hours Theoretical lectures – 2 Hours Practical activities – 10 Hours Self Study)
– Introduction in Fitness Industry.
– Personal Branding and SWOT Analysis.
– Fitness Marketing.
– Social Media Marketing.
– Design Business Plan.

Module 5: Lifestyle, Fitness and Health assessment

(2 Hours Theoretical lectures – 2 Hours Practical activities – 10 Hours Self Study)
– PARQ+
– Initial Client Consultation.
– Fitness Assessment.
– Administering meaningful fitness tests “Standardizing tests”.
– Anthropocentric & Vital signs.
– Cardio-respiratory Tests.
– Strength Tests – 1RM.
– Muscular Endurance Tests.
– Flexibility Tests.

Module 6: Exercise Physiology, Human Anatomy and Bio-mechanics

(10 Hours Theoretical lectures – 2 Hours Workshops – 20 Hours Self Study)
– Energy Systems.
– Cardio-respiratory System : Cardiovascular System – Cardiac Cycle – Blood
Vessels – Coronary Heart Disease – Effects of Physical Training on
Cardiovascular Tissues.
– Respiratory System: Breathing Mechanic – Gas Exchange.
– How Muscle Grows.
– Hormonal Responses to Exercise.
– The Muscle System: The Major Muscles in the Body, Along With Their
Origin, Insertion, and Function – Muscle Recruitment.
– The Skeletal System: Organization of the Skeletal System – Osteoporosis
and Exercise – Tendons and Ligaments – Front view and rear view of an
adult human skeleton – Joint Structure.
– The Nervous System: Organization of the Nervous System – Neurons –
Muscle Spindle – Golgi Tendon Organ – The Motor Unit – Gradation of Force.
– Biomechanics: Mechanical Terminology and Principles – Ranges of Joint
Motion – Lever Systems – Planes of movement – Force – Types of Muscle
Action – Muscular Control of Movement.

Module 7: Nutrition

(6 Hours Theoretical lectures – 2 Hours Workshops – 30 Hours Self Study)
– Energy Requirement.
– Estimating Energy Expenditure.
– Calculating Energy Needs.
– Recommended Dietary Intakes.
– Healthy Eating Patterns.
– How Dietary Intake Influences Health.
– Micro-nutrient Deficiency and Health.
– Fads and Popular Diets.
– Food Pyramid and My Plate Dietary Plans.
– Developing a Healthy, Balanced Way of Eating.
– Tobacco, Alcohol and Caffeine.
– Fat and Lipoprotein.
– Safe and Effective Weight Loss and Gain.

Module 8: Strength, Macular Endurance, Cardio-respiratory Fitness and Flexibility Training

(6 Hours Theoretical lectures – 10 Hours Practical activities – 30 Hours Self Study)
– Types of Muscle Training.
– Acute Training Variables.
– Muscle Training Programs.
– Strength Training Protocols.
– Core Muscle Training and Stability.
– Strength Training – Exercise Techniques.
– Specificity of Cardio-respiratory Training.
– Components of Cardio-respiratory Training Program.
– Types of Cardio-respiratory Training Programs.
– Cardio-respiratory Training – Exercise Techniques.
– Defining Flexibility.
– Flexibility Training as Part of the Total Exercise Program Benefits of
Flexibility Training.
– Factors Affecting Flexibility.
– Elasticity and Plasticity.
– Types of Flexibility Training.
– Recommended Flexibility Routine and Guidelines.
– Warm-Up.
– Flexibility Training – Exercise Techniques.

Module 9: Exercise Planning and Programming

(4 Hours Theoretical lectures – 4 Hours Workshops – 20 Hours Self Study)
– Planning for Resistance Training.
– Planning for Aerobic Endurance Training.
– Applied Training Programming.
– Examples of Exercise Programming.
– Case Studies.

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Fee : 300 US Dollar

Quick Info

  • - 37 Hours Theories - 9 Hours Workshops - 14 Hours Practical activities - 100 Hours Self Study
  • Free T-Shirt.
  • Free Membership ($30) worth.
  • Up to %10 Discount next course.
  • Free printed course certification.
  • Free printed membership certification.

Pre-requirements:

  • Minimum intermediate qualification “High School” or equivalent.
  • Age is 18 years old or above .
  • First Aid Certification.