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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The Master Trainer Certification is a logical progression for achievement oriented personal trainers who would like to set themselves apart from the crowd. The course places you on a higher pede...
Many clients are aware that eating healthier foods will help them lose weight, feel better and improve their health. However, most people struggle to successfully adopt healthy eating habits that last...
If you want to discover and harness the mind-body connection to fitness and health, then this is what you’re looking for. In this course you are going to learn the three main components of Mind-...
With the integration of mind-body fitness growing more popular, explore how yoga, qigong, tai chi and other practices including Pilates and the Alexander Technique can benefit clients. Expand your und...
The mitochondria cell is the source of all forms of energy. There was simply not enough time in 10 years (1996-2006) to study and describe all the substrates required for optimal mitochondria energy m...
The word health is often associated only with physical fitness, but there are other components of health. FITNESS means “readiness”....
Learn safe and effective techniques for training MS clients. It is a common misconception that MS sufferers should remain inactive, resting and sedentary. The opposite is true. Those with MS should be...
Muscle Mechanics teaches resistance trainers the safest and most effective techniques for performing 73 exercises. For each exercise, the book provides detailed, full-body or waist-down illustrations ...
Contrary to popular belief, the Glycemic Index (GI) is not a measure of how rapidly blood sugar rises. This course will explain why it’s important for health and fitness professionals to underst...
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