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UGA KINS 2010 - How to Become a Sports Professional

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Health and Fitness SettingsWorksiteCommercialClinicalCommunityTypes of ProfessionsGroup Exercise Instructor: leader of aerobic exercise classes, outdoor activities, aquatic fitness classes, exercise classes for specific populationsFitness Instructor: works with apparent healthy adults, conduct fitness assessments; designs individualized exercise programsHealth and Fitness Specialist: conducts fitness and functional assessments, designs comprehensive individualized exercise programs that incorporate strength, flexibility, and aerobic fitness components and maximize safetyWellness Coaches: helps people change their lifestyle to move toward a state of optimal health focusing on areas beyond exercisePersonal TrainerTherapeutic Exercise- systematic and scientific application of exercise and movement experiences to develop or restore:Muscular strength, endurance, flexibilityNeuromuscular coordinationCardiovascular efficiencyOther health and performance factorsProgrammed physical activity aimed at improving or restoring quality of lifeRehabilitative or HabilitativeTypes:Rehabilitative: processes and treatments that restore skills or functions that were previously acquired but have been lost due to injury or diseaseHabilitative: processes and treatments leading to the acquisition of skills and functions considered normal and expected for an individual of a certain ageObese populationsChildren with developmental disordersGeneral fitnessSpecialized performanceSettings:Inpatient facilitiesOutpatient clinic settingsSport team settingsPrivate practiceKINS 2010 1st Edition Lecture 25 Outline of Last Lecture I. Physical Activity ProfessionsII. Characteristics of ProfessionalsOutline of Current Lecture I. Health and Fitness SettingsII. Types of ProfessionsIII. Therapeutic Exercise a. Rehabilitativeb. Habilitativec. Settings Current Lecture Health and Fitness Settings- Worksite- Commercial- Clinical- Community Types of Professions- Group Exercise Instructor: leader of aerobic exercise classes, outdoor activities, aquatic fitness classes, exercise classes for specific populations- Fitness Instructor: works with apparent healthy adults, conduct fitness assessments; designs individualized exercise programs- Health and Fitness Specialist: conducts fitness and functional assessments, designs comprehensive individualized exercise programs that incorporate strength, flexibility,and aerobic fitness components and maximize safety - Wellness Coaches: helps people change their lifestyle to move toward a state of optimal health focusing on areas beyond exercise- Personal Trainer- Health and Fitness Director: business side of running the fitness centersThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute. Therapeutic Exercise- systematic and scientific application of exercise and movement experiences to develop or restore:- Muscular strength, endurance, flexibility- Neuromuscular coordination- Cardiovascular efficiency- Other health and performance factorso Programmed physical activity aimed at improving or restoring quality of lifeo Rehabilitative or Habilitative- Types:o Rehabilitative: processes and treatments that restore skills or functions that were previously acquired but have been lost due to injury or diseaseo Habilitative: processes and treatments leading to the acquisition of skills and functions considered normal and expected for an individual of a certain age  Obese populations Children with developmental disorders General fitness Specialized performance - Settings:o Inpatient facilitieso Outpatient clinic settingso Sport team settingso Private


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