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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Americans are obsessed with protein. We buy high protein bars, high protein cereals, protein fortified drinks, and we eat meat, eggs or dairy at nearly every meal. In fact, we eat more meat per capita...
This course will provide trainers with the most up-to-date information on fall risk and balance assessments in older adults. We'll discuss specific balance activities that are sure to improve your cli...
As a fitness professional, you know that raising active, healthier eaters is a top priority. This course shows attendees how to guide parents in their efforts to shape the child psyche so kids embrace...
Small-group training has become one of the fastest growing trends in the fitness industry. Explore several interactive and functional drills that can be used to engage your small-group clients and imp...
Personal activity trackers such as Fitbit® Flex™, Jawbone UP™ and Garmin vívofit™ are taking the fitness industry by storm. You’ll discover how popular wearables can enhan...
The proposed benefits of intermittent fasting read like a laundry list of “look better,” “feel better,” “live longer” changes. That's why intermittent fasting is ga...
Protein is a nutrient with positive and highly regarded reputation. Protein and muscle are terms linked together favorably as though one without the other cannot exist. Protein we are told is necessar...
Summary: Few nutritional topics spark more debate than wine consumption and its proposed health benefits. Research has shown that phytochemicals present in grapes and wine may be beneficial to he...
When an injury occurs in a fitness facility, it can lead to costly negligence claims and/or lawsuits against fitness professionals and facilities.
Summary:Do energy drinks really provide energy? Do athletes truly require products such as Gatorade or Powerade? What about beverages such as chocolate milk — do they contain too much sugar for ...
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