TOA Foundations of Resistance Training: 2.0

As Fitness Professionals, the greatest threat to our community of clients is weakness. Sarcopenia can affect up to 45% or more of the US populations and is directly related to arthritis, osteoporosis, fall risks and an overall decrease in quality of life. In Course 1.0 Robert introduced the basic concepts to resistance training for the older adult, how to properly structure a program design and the five movement components needed for every workout. Inside each movement component Robert introduced three basic lifts to accommodate the entry level client.

In Course 2.0 Robert will introduce three intermediate exercises in each component that build upon the basics and are designed to challenge your clients who have established a solid lifting foundation with the exercises found in Course 1.0. Robert will instruct you on the proper cues and teaching progressions for each exercise, discuss the more common physical limitations for older adults and how each exercise can be modified to accommodate these limitations and he will introduce you to three new program design formats including pyramids, super sets and trisets.

Please be sure to complete Course 1.0 prior to the start of 2.0 as the information taught in course 1.0 is needed for the others course information to work properly.

Welcome BACK to TOA’s Foundations of Resistance Training 2.0 - We are excited to have you join us again!!

One-Time Payment of $99

You WILL Learn:
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About Intermediate Training Philosophies, Program Designs & Mini-Macrocycles

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How to Troubleshoot Some of the More Common Older Adult Physical Limitations

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About Selecting Exercises to Train Daily Life Functions Like:

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Proper Hinges, Rows & Pulls
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Pushing, Pressing & Split Stance Actions
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Proper Pick Ups, Transfers & Loaded Carries
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Complex Movement Patterns
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About Proper Exercise Selection (including Progressions, Regressions, Cues & Corrections) to Meet the Needs of Your Clients Training Purpose (goal)

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4 CEUs
4 CEUs
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Course Description & Overview

Episode One:

(45 Minutes)

Intermediate Training Philosophy, Exercise Selection, Program Design Super Sets, Tri-Sets & Pyramid Training

Episode Two:

(45 Minutes)

Intermediate Hinges & Mobilities

Episode Three:

(45 Minutes)

Intermediate Rows & Over Head Actions

Episode Four:

(45 Minutes)

Intermediate Split Stance & Loaded Carries

Our TOA Foundations course is comprised of four – forty-five-minute sessions with Robert Linkul. Robert will lead you through the concepts of our training philosophy, the intermediate components to create a program design, proper exercise selection/progression (featured below), how to create a daily program outline (waffle) and how to progress through an 8-week mini-macrocycle training regimen. This course comes with PDF downloads of all Robert’s templates featured in all four episodes. Each template showcases a select set of exercises taught and cues to use when teaching.

Course Description & Overview

Episode One:

(45 Minutes)

Intermediate Training Philosophy, Exercise Selection, Program Design Super Sets, Tri-Sets & Pyramid Training

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Episode Two:

(45 Minutes)

Intermediate Hinges & Mobilities

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Episode Three:

(45 Minutes)

Intermediate Rows & Over Head Actions

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Episode Four:

(45 Minutes)

Intermediate Split Stance & Loaded Carries

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Our TOA Foundations course is comprised of four – forty-five-minute sessions with Robert Linkul. Robert will lead you through the concepts of our training philosophy, the intermediate components to create a program design, proper exercise selection/progression (featured below), how to create a daily program outline (waffle) and how to progress through an 8-week mini-macrocycle training regimen. This course comes with PDF downloads of all Robert’s templates featured in all four episodes. Each template showcases a select set of exercises taught and cues to use when teaching.

INSTRUCTOR BIO

Robert Linkul

Robert Linkul is the owner of TOA (TrainingTheOlderAdult.com) a personal training studio and online continued education provider for fitness professionals in Shingle Springs, California. Robert is an internationally known continued education provider for fitness professional with his area of expertise being in resistance training strategies for the Older Adult with physical limitations and/or decreased quality of life. Linkul has his master’s degree in personal training, is the NSCAs 2012 Personal Trainer of the Year award winner, a 2017 NSCA Fellowship inductee and was voted on to the 2021 NSCA Board of Directors (Personal Trainer Position).

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FAQS

When does the course start and finish?

The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.

How does lifetime access sound?

How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.

What if I am unhappy with the course?

We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days, and we will give you a full refund.

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