Contrary to popular belief, our body weight is not the sole – nor best – indicator of a client’s fitness following a training program. In fact, the majority of progress from training programs can be measured through a variety of methods, including health marker tests, body composition tests, and strength tests, to name a few. This course will bring to light the myriad of tests available to the informed fitness professional, helping you to choose the best ways to measure the progress of your client and prescribed training program.
|Fitness Australia – 1 CECs* / REPs NZ – 1 CPDs (*valid until 08/08/2023 )
In order to obtain Fitness Australia CECs, this course must be completed by 08/08/2023
|Investment||$39 members / $49 non-members|
|Delivery mode||Online text and video
PLEASE NOTE: video presentations are delivered online so a fast and reliable internet connection is required
|Approx. duration||1.5 hours|
|Assessment||Online multiple choice|
|Access Period||You have 12 months from date of purchase to complete this course. A $50 extension fee will be required if you do not complete your course within the allocated time frame. If you wish to obtain the CECs/PDPs/CPDs, you will need to complete the course by the CEC expiry date listed above.|
Shortly after, David moulded his training philosophy under some of Australia’s most successful Strength & Conditioning Coaches and started his Personal Training business. 2016 led him to qualify as a Level 2 Strength & Conditioning Coach, when he honed his craft working with local and aspiring athletes. David added another string to his bow in 2017 when he started performing corporate health checks to hundreds of blue- and white-collar companies locally and interstate.
David’s teaching experience began in 2015 teaching aspiring Personal Trainers their Diploma of Fitness, before starting at AIF in 2018 as a Coach.