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Exercise Physiology Masterclass: Beginner to Advanced

Learn the basics of exercise, fitness research, flexibility, stretching, anatomy and how to create effective workouts
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Exercise Basics
Fitness Training
Human Physiology
Human Anatomy

>>> This course is the BEST COURSE to learn evidence-based knowledge on exercise physiology <<<

> Master the basics of exercise physiology, flexibility, stretching, anatomy, stretching, how to create effective workouts.

> Transform yourself more effectively or become a better fitness trainer!

> This course can be done by anyone who is interested in fitness.

> This masterclass condenses evidence-based knowledge from hundreds of research papers on fitness so that you don’t have to do the hard work of doing the research! Rest assured that you are getting the best science-based knowledge on fitness.

> Complex concepts have been simplified for you.

> Become more confident while explaining people fitness concepts.

> 80+ lectures covering several fitness topics.


Chapter #1

1.1 Learn, Unlearn, Relearn

1.2 What is E.B.P.?

1.3 What is Objective and Subjective

1.4.1 What is Critical Thinking?

1.4.2 Importance of Critical Thinking in E.B.P.

1.5 Research Methodology

1.5.1 Case Studies

1.5.2 Animal Trials

1.5.3 In Vitro

1.5.4 Observational Study

1.5.5 Randomized Controlled Trial

1.5.6 Systematic Review

Chapter #2

2.1 What is A.T.P.

2.2 Types of Energy Systems

2.3. The Phosphocreatine system

2.4 Glycolysis

2.5 Aerobic System

2.6 What is Fitness?

2.7 Components of Fitness

2.8.1 What is Strength

2.8.2 What is Power

2.8.3 Comparison of Strength and Power

2.9.1 What is Cardio?

2.9.2 Understanding Different Types of Cardiovascular Training Techniques

2.10.1 Repetitive Exercises with Different Intensities

2.10.2 What is Cardiovascular Endurance?

2.11 What is Body Composition?

2.12 Other Components of Fitness

2.13 Types of Muscle Fibers and Their Importance

Chapter #3

3.1 What is a Joint?

3.2 Difference Between Ligament and Tendon

3.3.1 Different Types of Movements

3.3.2 Flexion and Extension

3.3.3 Hyperextension and Related Myths

3.3.4 Abduction and Adduction

3.3.5 Protraction and Retraction

3.3.6 Elevation and Depression

3.3.7 Supination and Pronation

3.3.8 Inversion and Eversion

3.3.9 Lateral Rotation and Medial Rotation

Chapter #4

4.1 What are the ways to become a better trainer?

4.2 Importance of This Segment in Your Life

4.2.1 Knowing the Exercise

4.2.2 Cueing

4.2.3 Understanding Optimal Exercise

4.3 Difference Between Movement and Exercise

4.4 Difference Between Concentric and Eccentric Phases

4.5 How to Load an Exercise?

4.6 Why to Load an Exercise?

4.7 Progressive Overload

4.8 Range of Motion (ROM) of a Joint

4.9 Voluntary Muscle Contraction

4.10 Active and Passive

4.11 Mobility and Flexibility

Chapter #5

5.1 Range of Motion (ROM) of a Joint

5.2 Why Does Every Individual Have a Different ROM?

5.2.1 Structural Factors

5.2.2 Neurological Factors

5.3.1 Case Study 1 – General Client

5.3.2 Case Study 2 – Athlete

5.4 Understanding the Risk of Injury

5.5 Types of Movement Assessments

5.5.1 Joint Assessment

5.5.2 Passive Assessment

5.5.3 Active Assessment

5.6.1 Types of Stretching – Static Stretching

5.6.2 PNF Stretching

5.6.3 Practical Takeaway

Chapter #6

6.1 The Role of Nutrition in Muscle Building and Fat Loss

6.2 Is Junk Food Harmful?

6.3 Some Points To Be Noted About the Fitness Industry

6.4 The Journey So Far (Exercise Physiology)

Chapter #7


7.1 Should Kids Lift Weights?

7.2 Does Sweating Affect Fat Loss?

7.3 Does Weightlifting Make Women Bulky?

7.4 Machines or Free Weights?

7.5 Multi-Joint Movement or Single Joint Movement?

7.6 No Pain, No Gain! – Is It True?

7.7 Are Rest Days Necessary?

7.8 Should Someone Workout Twice a Day?

7.9 Can we Out-train a Bad Diet?

7.10 Can We Tone Our Muscles?

7.11 Can you be fat and fit at the same time?

7.12 Can Someone Change Muscle Pattern Through Training?

7.13 Different Variables for Muscle Hypertrophy?

7.14 Do We Need to Shock Our Muscles While Training?

7.15 Do Women Need to do Different Exercises than Men?

7.16 Fat Burning Zone for Fat Loss?

7.17 How to Fix a Bad Posture?

7.18 Is Running on the Treadmill the Same as Running on the Ground?

7.19 Optimum Repetition Range

7.20 Should Someone Perform Contraindicatory Exercises in the Gym?

7.21 Should Someone Workout During Pregnancy?

7.22 Should We Always Keep Our Spine Neutral While Lifting Weights?

7.23 Should We Train On an Empty Stomach?

7.24 Should Females Train During Their Menstrual Cycle?

7.25 Is Spot Reduction Real?

7.26 Do Ab Crunches Help to Lose Belly Fat?

7.27 Is Warm Up Important?

This course shall be an absolute delight to pursue!

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