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CrossFit Adaptive Course

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Course Description: 

The Functional Adaptive Trainer Certificate Course is an interactive single-day course designed to teach coaches, medical professionals, and athletes how to make fitness training accessible to impaired athletes. Participants will learn how to train athletes with a wide range of impairments, from non-permanent (trauma, injury, or illness) to permanent (congenital disorders, combat trauma, automobile accidents, etc.).

Graduates will earn their Functional Adaptive Trainer Certificate and seven (7) professional continuing education units (CEUs) as well as receive a course training guide, additional education resources, and access to our exclusive ongoing mentorship groups.

ATA Certificate course seminar outline:

  • 9:00 Opening Remarks and Participant Introductions

  • 9:20 Adaptive Definitions and Language

  • 9:40 Workout #1: Completed With a Simulated Impairment

  • 10:15 Workout Debrief: Lessons Learned

  • 10:40 Principles of Adaptive Training

  • 11:30 Adaptive Equipment

  • 12:00 Lunch Break

  • 1:00 Training Considerations and Movement Adaptations Intro

  • 1:10 Training Considerations and Movement Adaptations for Upper Extremity Impairments

  • 1:45 Training Considerations and Movement Adaptations for Lower Extremity Impairments

  • 2:15 Upper and Lower Extremity Movement Breakout

  • 2:50 Training Considerations and Movement Adaptations for Seated Athletes

  • 3:50 Seated Athlete Movement Breakout

  • 4:15 Safety & Risk Mitigation, Athlete Onboarding and Program Implementation

  • 4:45 Workout #2: Seated Snatch Technique

  • 5:20 Closing Remarks

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