Recreational Fitness Instructor Level One

Fitness training should not be used as an escape from the effects of inactivity but treated as a lifestyle . In an African set up there is barely a screening system on who can be a recreational fitness instructor signified by mushrooming of bush instructors taking our community through a lot of short cuts leading to many injuries. In this course we will be equipping recreational fitness instructors with progressive 21st century methods of training using scientific principles.

Major Sports Consultancy · January 10, 2021

The need for recreational activities has increased in the 21st century due to sudden decline in healthy life expectancy since a decade ago .

Southern African Medical Research Council December 20, 2018.

” The data suggests that people are living many years in poor health in the region. And our paper shows that there are large inequalities in healthy life expectancy and burden between and within countries in sub – Saharian Africa. This points to the fact that much more effort is needed to increase healthy life expectancy in the region.”In most countries, the increase in healthy life expectancy was smaller than the increase in overall life expectancy, indicating more years lived in poor health.

Basic duties like shopping that we used to do can now be done within an email or phone call away. Children are no longer involved in traditional games since they are always glued on technological appliances. The demand for qualified recreational fitness instructors has increased globally as there is a need for healthy lifestyles. Fitness should be a lifestyle, not an escape from medical conditions induced due to inactivity. Most clients thrive for overnight results leading to injuries that may affect them for a lifetime rather than following specific principles of training. In this course, we will be equipping coaches with scientifically proven ways of addressing clients from a recreational point of view.

Course content

  • Introduction to recreational training
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Profiling clients
  • Principles of training
  • Methods of training
  • Special population training
  • Somatotyping
  • Periodization
  • Introduction to nutrition
  • Sports and Recreational training


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Course Includes

  • 11 Lessons
  • 46 Topics
  • 1 Quiz
  • Course Certificate