Group Fitness Certification

$299.00

4.25 out of 5

Our instructors are part of a dynamic, new wave in fitness training for success through discipline and innovation. Master the basic disciplines of aerobics and step movement which are applicable to a wide range of sport-targeted programs such as group strength training, kickboxing, dance, fitness, mind/body classes and so much more! NAFC certified group fitness instructors will learn the skills to teach effective and stimulating classes in response to a diverse range of needs.

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4 reviews for Group Fitness Certification

  1. Gisselle
    4 out of 5

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    This took me about a month of spending 1-2 hours a night studying. was kinda tough but worth it now

  2. Erin
    4 out of 5

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    Good support, I had lots of question while going through the course and they quickly answered all of them.

  3. nicky
    5 out of 5

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    seriously guys…group fitness is the best. i rarely find myself training individually nowadays

  4. Adriana
    4 out of 5

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    I agree with that ^ guy. Training a group is so much more fun than one on one.

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Start a career as a Group Fitness Instructor through NAFC’s in-depth online certification course!

Study at your own pace – Study online at times and places that fit your busy schedule.

Online Testing – Take your certification exam whenever you’re ready with secure online testing.

Unlimited Educational Support – If you have questions about the course materials, contact us!

Customer Support – Support both Before and After you become certified.

Accreditation – NAFC is proud to be nationally accredited by the NBFE.

In the Group Fitness program, you’ll learn to assess and apply an understanding of:

– How knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics plays a role in maximizing results while minimizing risks in a large group setting.

– Components of total fitness exercise programming.

– Components of a well-rounded group fitness class.

– Teaching to different learning styles in a group setting.

– Safety variables and methods for avoiding injury.

– Mechanics involved in maintaining proper posture.

– Various warm up movements and stretching exercises.

– Various types of exercises and different intensity levels for movement.

– Movements, hands on coaching, and verbal & visual cues for various exercises.

– Understanding how to apply choreography to rhythm and beat.

– Effective timing, smooth transitions, and visual cues for teaching in a group fitness setting.


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