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Training courses schedule

-> 2018-11-10 - 2019-01-19 | sign in

(general part and specialist part)

-> 2018-11-10 - 2019-01-19 | sign in

(general part and specialist part)

-> 2018-11-10 - 2019-02-10 | sign in

(general part and specialist part)

-> 2018-11-10 - 2019-02-10 | sign in

(specialist part)

-> 2018-11-10 - 2019-04-28 | sign in

(general part and specialist part)

-> 2018-11-10 - 2019-04-28 | sign in

(general part and specialist part)

-> 2019-03-16 - 2019-03-23 | sign in

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-> 2019-03-23 - 2019-03-30 | sign in

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Trainings

Physical recreation instructor training course

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-> Fitness - modern forms of gymnastics

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-> Fitness - forcible exercises

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-> Horsemanship

-> Canoeing

-> Kinesigerontoprophylaxis

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-> Downhill skiing

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Sport instructor training course

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2019-04-14 - 2019-06-30


Specialist part

Conditions of participation:

 

  • corresponding practical skills,
  • at least 2 years of experience in the group pf the same lavel as training course level

TRAINING PROGRAM:
1. Lectures:

a. Fitness idea
b. Forcible exercises in fitness
c. Genesis of forcible exercises
d. Theoretical basis of forcible training
e. Method of physical recreation and sport training lead in the field of forcible exercises
f. Terms used in forcible exercises
g. Reaching of motion skills, development of motoring skills
h. Goals of forcible exercises based physical recreation training
i. Training safety and hygiene
j. Role of forcible exercises instructor
k. planing and organization of training in forcible exercises
l. Method and form of forcible exercises with special attention at fitness
m. Methods of forcible exercises in fitness according to Weider rules
n. Flexibility training as supplement of forcible exercises
o. Basis of aerobic training in fitness
p. Diet recommendations for fitness with forcible exercises training participants
q. General assumptions of other forms of physical activity with forcible exercises basis

2. Practical exercises:
a. Warm-up meaning and its character according to training subject
b. General progress aimed and specialise progress aimed exercises in various phases of training, meeting physical skills of participants, their age and training place conditions,
c. Set of exercises aimed at motor skills development,
e. Elementary forcible exercises – method. techniques and teaching methods /ia. chest exercises, arms, shoulder, back, stomach and legs exercises - weights and specialistic equipments, exercises with weights and with specialistic equipment, exercises with partner, exercises with own body weight/
f. Force training – exemplary units of particular training methods (peripheral training, body building, heavy-athletic training, pair exercises, isometric exercises)
g. Corrective exercises, supplementary and additional exercises
h. Technical and method improvement in the field of forcible exercises
i. Various subject training leading by course participants


3. Conditions to graduate:
- Active participation in practical and theoretical classes,
- Knowledge of exercises method and method of teaching,
- Passing of theoretical and practical tests,
- Proving of theoretical and practical knowledge of course topics,
- Positive grade after final examination.

General part

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