FST – Functional Strength Training
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Conducted by GĀYO FITNESS ACADEMY, this specialist course is approved by International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA) – USA for 7 CEUs.
- FST Objectives
- Meaning & Relevance of Functional Training
- Gary Gray’s Theory of Chain Reaction Locomotion Chains
- Non-Functional to Functional applications
- Fitness Assessment Tests – General
- Functional Fitness Assessments Tests
- 16 Fitness Goals
- FST Considerations
- Program Design
- Functional Continuum
- Developing Functional Strength – Core, Lower Body, Linear Speed
- FST techniques – body balance, body weight, dumbbells, medicine balls, stability balls, pulleys & cables, bands and miscellaneous devices.
- FST process – from assessment to execution.
- FST – role in strength & aerobic training.
- Designing FST programs
- The practical training uses body weight, agility ladders, hurdles, medicine balls, stability balls, resistance bands, balance discs, kettle bells, slide boards, suspension training and weight training equipment.
Approximately 8 hours of classroom instruction in practice, subject to batch strength.
– Manual in English