Continuing Education Home Study Courses
Continuing Education Courses (CEC) are offered as Home Correspondence Courses to obtain Continuing Education Credits for re-certification. You do not have to be certified to take a course. The CEC Home Correspondence Course includes all study materials and exam. Home Study Continuing Education Courses are to be completed within a 90 day time period. Complete the course and mail your exam to the address provided. You may also e-mail or fax your exam for immediate results. Once you have completed your exam successfully, you will receive a certificate for continuing education credit.
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This complete weight training guide makes it easier than ever to tailor a program to achieve specific muscular fitness goals. Fitness Weight Training is an easy-to-use manual that helps readers determ...
This continuing education course shows you how the foam roller can be used as part of any client’s workout to improve balance, core stability, strength, and flexibility. ...
The vast majority of premature deaths can be prevented through simple changes in diet and lifestyle. The simple truth is that most doctors are good at treating acute illnesses but bad at preventing ch...
The rise of different types of footwear—including toning shoes, “barefoot” shoes and pronation control shoes—has made it difficult to know which options function best for your ...
Can food be medicine? This two-part series concentrates on the proven functional components of whole grains, fruits, vegetables and legumes, including phytochemicals. A lengthy section on soy foods' e...
Summary:Updates throughout this important course help practitioners sort through the many "functionality" claims for foods and supplements. As evidence that dietary components have protectiv...
Summary:Can food be medicine? Functional foods contain physiologically active compounds that act in a variety of ways to offer disease protection and health benefits beyond meeting basic nutritio...
Many clients come to us with limitations in upper-body movement, specifically affecting their ability to press, push and pull. The Functional Movement Screen helps you identify specific movement limit...
Questions about how technology affects our food supply and diet abound: Will irradiation, genetic modification, nutrient fortification, fertilizers, pesticides, additives and preservatives end famine,...
The components of gait and balance are fundamental to physical function and personal mobility. If you work with older clients, their gait and balance may be affected by a variety of age- and disease-r...
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