NLC Functional Fitness Coach - Level 1
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NLC Functional Fitness Coach - Level 1

Learn the the basics of coaching in a functional fitness setting
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Created by Bronson Dant
Last updated 9/2017
English
Price: $175
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 10 Articles
  • 8 Supplemental Resources
  • 1 Practice Test
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Explain, demonstrate and teach the fundamental movements
  • Understand metabolic pathways and how they affect fitness
  • Manage a group fitness class from start to finish
  • Explain the purpose of a given workout and how it improves fitness
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Requirements
  • You should have at least 3 months of experience working out in a CrossFit or Functional Fitness facility.
Description

The Next Level Concepts Functional Fitness Coaching Certification - Level 1 sets the foundation for coaches who are conceptually knowledgeable, and competent in executing sound principles in practical situations.

Potential coaches learn:

  • How to define the purpose of movement
  • Learn the fundamental movements
  • Practice teaching movements and exercises
  • Understand basic fitness concepts
  • Define fitness and how it is developed
  • Know the difference between training and practice
  • Practice seeing faults and identifying corrections
  • Learn how to manage a class 

At the conclusion of this course a potential coach will be able to manage a group exercise class, coach athletes, and provide an effective workout to each one.

Who is the target audience?
  • Someone who is interested in becoming a functional coach.
  • Someone who wants a better understanding of general fitness principles and concepts
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Curriculum For This Course
17 Lectures
01:21:16
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Why does it all matter?
1 Lecture 07:47
Explain the "Why"
07:47
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Program Summary
1 Lecture 00:52
Phase Review
00:52
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Phase 1 - The Basics
4 Lectures 37:57
Fundamental Movements
00:20


How do we train fitness?
24:36

Additional Resources
00:02

Using the references you've studied answer the following questions.

The Fundamental Movements
24 questions
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Phase 2 - Teaching the Basics
1 Lecture 01:00
Requirements for this phase
01:00
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Phase 3 - Seeing Movement
5 Lectures 12:01
Getting hands on
00:45

Start with the big stuff
02:46

How to see movement
02:20

Get some practice watching movement and identifying faults
Exercise - See the movement
1 question

Build your library
02:42

Corrections and Cues
03:28
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Phase 4 - Class Management
2 Lectures 13:52
Class Structure
12:49

Final Test
01:03
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Certification
1 Lecture 00:31
Getting your Certificate
00:31
About the Instructor
Bronson Dant
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3 Students
1 Course
Head Coach at Ellicott City Health and Fitness

Certifications

  • CrossFit Level 2 Trainer
  • CrossFit Weightlifting Coach
  • USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach
  • USA Powerlifting Coach
  • FMS Level 1 Certified (Functional Movement Systems)
  • BrandX Method Trainer


Bronson Dant is a CrossFit Level 2 Trainer. Bronson spent several years in the US Army as a senior physical fitness instructor. He was also a US Army, mixed martial arts instructor for 3 years. Bronson has been a CrossFit athlete for over 5 years. He has been the head coach and senior program developer for Ellicott City Health and Fitness for the last 3 years. He has a passion for the sport of CrossFit and is constantly immersing himself in the vast library of knowledge that is available on technique, development, and programming for CrossFit athletes.