Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 25, 2007
Certified Personal Trainers have an opportunity to get specialty training in the Stronger Seniors® Fitness Program. Seniors are the largest single market in the country- be prepared to help them.
Participants must have a CPR certification, a BS, or primary group exercise certification that includes basic anatomy (AFAA, ACSM, ACE, IDEA, Nia Technique, NASM, Pilates, Yoga, etc.).
Accredited by the American Council on Exercise and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America for continuing education units. The course covers how to safely challenge older adults with functional training including: resistance, core strength, balance, aerobics, coordination, range-of-motion, stretching, and address modification needs for special populations.
Continuing Education: Stronger Seniors® is an Aerobics & Fitness Association of America approved continuing education course. The course fee includes exercise guidelines, and 2 DVD/VHS. AFAA & ACE Continuing Education Credits approved.
Pre-requisite: Participants must have a CPR certification, a BS, or primary group exercise certification that includes basic anatomy (AFAA, ACSM, ACE, IDEA, Nia Technique, NASM, Pilates, Yoga, etc.).
When: November 17, 2007 9:30am - 4:30pm
Where: Elements in Motion, 2918 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago IL
Course: $99.00 Course materials to be purchased separately $29.95, plus tax & shipping.
To order materials go to http://www.strongerseniors.com or call 1-866-STRONG-7.
To Register: 773-935-7120
Instructors: Anne Pringle Burnell is the founder and creator of the Stronger Seniors® Workout Program as seen on Lifetime television, The History Channel, and CNN. Chosen as the presenting instructor at the American Cancer Society Walk & Roll in Chicago for 2004 & 2005, Anne also developed the Peyow Aqua Pilates program. Her other certifications include: AFAA, ACE, Stott Pilates, Nia Technique, Cycling, Aquatics, Seniors, Pre & Postnatal exercise. Anne teaches at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, UIC, Center for Older Adults, the Peninsula Spa, and Elements in Motion. Anne is a member of the National Council on Aging and the American Society on Aging.
Kathy Perry, RN, is a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Gerontology. Kathy has been a Registered Nurse for 34 years with focus on gerontology, physical rehabilitation, and home health care. Currently she works as Performance Improvement Specialist at Hines VA Hospital for the Department of Geriatrics and Extended Care.
For more information, log onto: http://www.StrongerSeniors.com