Hello NASM Stretching & Flexibility Coach [SFC]

What You’ll Learn

One of the hottest trends in fitness is stretching. Don't get left behind. With NASM’s Stretching and Flexibility Coach course, you will master the techniques and strategies needed to start helping clients with assisted stretching and more, all while increasing your client base.

This revolutionary program is built on the latest and most up-to-date scientific research, methods, and insight to prepare you to train clients, assess them, and provide customized stretching plans geared towards their specific needs and outcomes. From athletes to weekend warriors and everyone in between, as a Stretching and Flexibility Coach, you will be able to help all clients lead a more flexible and fulfilling life.

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Why Become a Stretching
and Flexibility Coach?

  • Implement stretching techniques safely and effectively

  • Fully understand health and fitness professional's role in safe stretching

  • Add new stretching-related assessments to your skillset

  • Create personalized stretching programs that clients can implement anywhere

  • Stretch your expertise and your earning potential with a broader range of clients

  • Learn how to explain the science of stretching and anatomy to your clients for better buy-in

What is a Stretching and Flexibility Coach?

A Stretching and Flexibility Coach is a specialist who creates personalized stretching programs to prevent injury and increase the flexibility of clients. They are experts in progressing individuals to peak stretching performance.

SECTION ONE

INTRODUCTION TO STRETCHING & FLEXIBILITY

CHAPTER ONE: Introduction to Integrated Flexibility
Understand the rationale for integrated stretching and identify for whom it provides the most benefit for.

CHAPTER TWO: Scope of Practice
This chapter provides an overview for identifying appropriate and ethical behavior with regard to application of integrated stretching. Determine when to refer out to another professional.

SECTION TWO

SCIENCE & ANATOMY

CHAPTER THREE: The Science of Flexibility and Stretching
Understand the spectrum of flexibility as it pertains to different tissue types and systems. Describe the motor behavior as it pertains to stretching.

CHAPTER FOUR: The Anatomy and Kinesiology of Fascia
Learn the foundational concepts of fascial anatomy and identify the locations of the fascial nets.

SECTION THREE

COMMUNICATION & CLIENT ASSESSMENTS

CHAPTER FIVE: Communication and Building Rapport
Apply leading techniques for establishing rapport and trust with clients. Communicate the various benefits and procedures related to integrated stretching plans to clients.

CHAPTER SIX: Assessment
Understand the routine intake procedures and assessments used for integrated stretching programming. Explain the reassessment process after the application of integrated stretching techniques.

SECTION FOUR

TECHNIQUES & PROGRAM DESIGN

CHAPTER SEVENIntegrated Assisted Stretching Techniques
This chapter overview interprets client response, both physical and emotional, to integrated stretching techniques. explain traction and perpetual movement as integral to integrated stretching techniques.

CHAPTER NINE: Self-Stretching Techniques
Understand the role of self-stretching in an integrated stretching program. Describe self-stretching options appropriate for most clients.

CHAPTER TEN: Flexibility Program Design
Determine appropriate stretching techniques and their frequency based on client assessment results. Describe reassessment approach and resulting program design changes.

CURRICULUM

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course. Although the course is primarily intended for personal trainersfitness coaches, massage therapists and other fitness/health professionals, it is not a requirement to take the course.

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