Complete education where everything is included in the price €2000. You have full access to all the material you need. This means all recordings, all documentation, all tools and full support from our team and teachers.


Theory basic:

Anatomy

You will be able to account for:

  • Our 100 most important muscles with origin and insertion. Understand the primary and secondary function of these muscles
  • Our 100 most important bone structures
  • How the body moves in all planes starting from the anatomical position.
  • All our muscle fiber types; where they are located and what their properties are
  • How muscle contraction works with actine, myosin and troponin
  • How nutrients affect muscles and bone structures
  • What type of joints we have and how these operate
  • The construction of cartilage and ligaments

Physiology

You will be able to explain the following:

  • The anatomy and function of the heart
  • The process of gas exchange
  • The blood flow through the body
  • How the CNS operates
  • Analyzing RHR, blood pressure, blood oxygen saturation and other tests.

Science of Exercise

You will know:

  • Explain and account for four different type of stretching
  • Our training principles
  • Programming (program construction)
  • The definition of functional and non-functional movements
  • Perform body measuring like caliper, impedance scale and measuring tape
  • Analyze tests like VO2MAX, oximeter, and bodpod
  • Evaluate tests like balance, mobility, strength, condition, and recovery
  • Explain what is happening in the body when we do aerobic and anaerobic exercise
  • The reasoning behind theories like DOMS and stretching
  • Read and interpret scientific studies


Nutrition

You will be able to explain:

  • Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Account for their function and structure
  • Recommendation of E% in different diets
  • Vitamins and minerals with their functions
  • Calculate TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure)
  • How the body processes food
  • The difference between the most common diets

Theory continuation:

Chemistry

You will be able to account for:

  • The function of our most common neurotransmitters
  • How the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system operates
  • The process of glucose metabolism (Glycolysis – Krebs cycle - Electron transport chain)
  • The stages of sleep

Biomechanics

You will understand:

  • Calculation of levers
  • The effects of limited R.O.M of our movements
  • Construct and evaluate functional movement screenings
  • Understand the correlation in a movement like the humeroscapular rhythm.

Supplements

You will know:

  • Who kreatine works
  • When protein supplementation can be of use and what the difference between types of proteins is. 
  • Understand the effect caffeine has on training
  • Analyse the most common supplements on the market today

Injuries

You will know:

  • The most common knee problems like jumpers knee, runners knee, Osgood Schlatter, injuries to the meniscus and ACL tears
  • Explain the difference between Ischia and ”False ischia”
  • The difference between lumbago and herniated disc
  • The mechanics and consequences of luxated shoulders
  • What arthritis is and what possibly causes it
  • Training with different situations like asthma, diabetes, etc

Practical part:

Kettlebells

You will be able to:

  • Instruct kettlebells in a safe and pedagogical way
  • Teach the most common movements and how to build progression to the more complex ones.
  • Fix suboptimal movements

Olympic lifting

You will:

  • Know the basics of clean & jerk / snatch
  • Build an appropriate warm-up
  • Understand short- and long-term planning och program construction

Basic movements

You will :

  • Have a deep understanding of our basic movements
  • Be able to find an optimal start and end position
  • Understand how to scale movements based on age, injuries, ROM limitation, etc

Warm up

You will:

  • Describe the effects of a warm up
  • Be able to find a movement specific warm-up that fits your work out
  • Be able to use tools for mobility issues

Kinesio tape

You will:

  • Apply inhibiting tape for ROM restriction
  • Tape for lymph drainage
  • Be able to tape for a stabilizing purpose
  • The tape application for common injuries like jumpers knee