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KLT Level1: Functional Strength

KLT For Professionals


Description

Kinetic Link Training - Level 1 is a comprehensive course of study in which you will be learning a systematic and precise functional strength and conditioning training system. KLT is a new, challenging and intelligent approach to full-body, biomechanically-balanced resistance training. This course is designed for all exercise professionals such as physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, kinesiologists, personal trainers, athletic therapists and sports coaches.

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