Extreme Interval Training Print CE Course
Print CourseCourse components are delivered as printed products:
- Study guide
- Continuing education exam
- Describe the history and benefits of interval training.
- Define work interval, work-to-recovery ratio, cycles, and sets.
- Explain when to use active versus passive recovery.
- Describe advantages and disadvantages of three methods of increasing threshold.
- Outline guidelines for performing anaerobic and aerobic intervals.
- Provide examples of cardiovascular, strength, and combination intervals.
- Describe the characteristics of five interval variations.
A continuing education course for personal trainers, fitness instructors, strength and conditioning specialists, and coaches.
Table of ContentsPart I. Course Syllabus
About the Instructor
Part II. Learning with the Extreme Interval Training DVD
Part III. Exam and Evaluation
Exam Answer Sheet
Extreme Interval Training Exam
"I have learned different ways to do interval training that could apply to all levels of fitness."
A. Spears—Tulsa, OK
"I've gained the knowledge of interval training, including how to incorporate pyramid training, cardio/strength intervals, strength-only intervals, partner workouts, and core workouts."
A. Barker—Ramona, CA
“This course gave me a variety of ideas to use in my training sessions. It will be great for small-group training because it includes a great warm-up, demonstrates partner drills, and incorporates tubing and gliding discs. It is simple choreography but delivers intense intervals. Well done!”
E. Garvin—Salem, VA, Pilates and Yoga Instructor
“The interval training methods were easy to follow and would be great for those just getting into the fitness profession or as a good review for those already familiar with interval training. Practical application, easy to follow and hands on!”
K. Heck—Spokane, WA, Exercise Physiologist