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KLT Level1: Functional Strength

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Description

Kinetic Link Training is a precise and comprehensive functional strength and conditioning training system. The utilisation of an effective functional strength training system, such as Kinetic Link Training (KLT) will assist you and your clients in achieving both specific and wholistic physical fitness and wellbeing goals.

In this course of study you be learning a new, challenging and intelligent approach to full-body, biomechanically-balanced resistance training. When you begin implementing the entire KLT system into your training regimes you can be confident that the exercise programs you are promoting will help develop and maintain optimal musculoskeletal health.

This course is designed for health and fitness professionals such as physiotherapists, osteopaths, exercise physiologists, kinesiologists, personal trainers, athletic therapists and sports coaches. Members of the general public who are interested in empowering themselves with new, innovative and effective health and fitness knowledge are also welcome to take this course.

Content
  • Introduction: Welcome To KLT
  • Course Overview sample
  • The Fine Print sample
  • Assessment Headstart
  • Course Manual (Introduction) sample
  • Readings (Introduction)
  • Module 1: Evolving Functional Strength
  • Course Manual (Module 1)
  • 1.1 Improving Strength & Conditioning Skills
  • 1.2 Defining Functional Training
  • 1.3 Biomechanical Balance sample
  • 1.4 The Kinetic Link Training System
  • 1.5 The KLT Essential Movements
  • 1.6 Exercise Description
  • 1.7 Split Programs
  • 1.8 Workout A - Series #1
  • Quiz (Module 1)
  • Readings (Module 1)
  • Module 2: Essential Training Concepts
  • Course Manual (Module 2)
  • 2.1 Dynamic Stability & Posture Control
  • 2.2 Mobility-Driven & Stability-Driven Training sample
  • 2.3 Technique Correction
  • 2.4 Workout B - Series #1
  • 2.5 Anatomical Stability Slings
  • 2.6 Workout C - Series #1
  • Quiz (Module 2)
  • Readings (Module 2)
  • Module 3: Outcome-Specific Training
  • Course Manual (Module 3)
  • 3.1 Training Variables
  • 3.2 Maximum-Force Training
  • 3.3 Hypertrophy Training
  • 3.4 Endurance Training
  • 3.5 Systems For Hypertrophy
  • 3.6 Workout A - Series #2
  • Quiz (Module 3)
  • Readings (Module 3)
  • Module 4: Advanced Athletic Movement
  • Course Manual (Module 4)
  • 4.1 Workout B - Series #2
  • 4.2 Progression Of Neurological Demand
  • 4.3 Power Training / Plyometrics
  • 4.4 Periodisation
  • 4.5 Workout C - Series #2
  • Quiz (Module 4)
  • Readings (Module 4)
  • References & Appendices
  • References & Appendices
  • Final Assessment
  • Assessment (Instructions)
  • Assessment (Questions 1 to 10)
  • Assessment (Questions 11 to 20)
  • Assessment (Questions 21 to 30)
  • Assessment (Questions 31 to 40)
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever