2222 – Techniques Mini-Track

Intermediate / Land Workshop

 

Sanibel, FL / Thursday, June 21, 2018 – 7:45-10:45 am – 3.0 credit hours

(Classroom: 7:45-10:45 am)

 

Faculty: Eduardo Netto, MS – High Intensity Interval Training

Katrien Lemahieu, MSEN, ATRIC – Circuits for Therapy

 

High Intensity Interval Training

COURSE DESCRIPTION: High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is enormously popular in the fitness industry. HIIT protocols typically include short bursts (6 seconds to 4 minutes) of intense exercise (≥ 90% maximal aerobic capacity) alternating with relief breaks of varying lengths. You will learn the science behind HIIT training and also how to apply HIIT with your patients.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1)  Explore the basics concepts of HIIT.

2)  Discuss recent research as it applies to exercise prescription of High Intensity Interval Training.

3)  Describe various safety variables and methods for enhanced performance and injury avoidance.

4)  Establish guidelines in order to design a safety and effective workout.

 

FACULTY:  Eduardo Netto, MS, is the Fitness Director of the Body Tech Health Club in Brazil and has a master’s degree in human motricity. He is an international presenter and well-respected fitness professional and consultant in Brazil. He has published books, DVDs and a CD-ROM on fitness programs.

 

Circuits for Therapy

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Setting up a good circuit program requires knowledge of the type of exercise, technical skills involved, and possible goals of the patient. Managing these circuits not only means to create and execute them, but also follow up on possible progression within one session or towards long-term goals. Changing the same circuit in different types (endurance, strength…) will also help in the progress of the patient as it focuses on the pathology. Motivation will be the key and fun will be the answer towards succesful rehab, with a coaching therapist at the patient’s side!

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1)  Determine how to set up circuits.

2)  Discuss motivational opportunities.

3)  Manage circuit training.

4)  Measure and follow up on improvement.

5)  Add different types of training in the same circuit.

 

FACULTY: Katrien Lemahieu, MSEN, ATRIC, has 20-plus years of experience in aquatics and has been a presenter worldwide since 2005. She studied physical education and holds a degree in Special Movement Education with an emphasis in Motoric Remedial Teaching and a focus on pediatrics. She has developed three e-learning programs on aquatic fitness (AquaMagicMoves) and is CEO of two educational institutes for aquatics: Kataqua for aquatic fitness and ProOZo for swimming. She is the organizer of the annual European Aquatic Fitness Conference (EAFC).