Zen, Science and Better Client Results

Zen, Science and Better Client Results

taught by Jane Curth

Course description

There are direct relationships between the mental, emotional and spiritual health and fitness of human beings and their physical fitness, wellness and performance. Posture and movement are both strongly affected by the biochemical response to stress, anxiety, fear and other negative emotional states. The biochemical state of the human body is strongly impacted by the emotional, mental and spiritual condition of the person inhabiting that body. This course explores the relationships between our experiences, habits, choices and lifestyles and the hormonal, neurotransmitter, postural and other states of the body. It also explores how these conditions impact the way a personal trainer programs for their client and interacts with them.

Jane Curth
Jane Curth
Co-founder and CEO FitFixNow

Professor Curth has taught college for over 20 years, has presented at 18 local and national conferences and is an ACE certified trainer with many senior clients, including coaches of corporate executives. She developed many online courses in her career and turned those experiences into her wellness coaching company, Healthyou. Now, Professor Curth is looking to offer her expertise with her new enterprise, FitFixNow in which she is taking her extensive background in teaching online classes and putting it to work to aid the professional fitness industry into the new millennium.

Course Curriculum

Basic Course Information
01:36
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Welcome
02:03
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1. Background
19:36
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2. The New "Predators"
12:10
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3. All About Stress
36:33
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4. Other Important Considerations
36:20
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5. The Four Pillars of Human Fitness
21:58
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6. Challenges and Application: Physical Pillar
25:15
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7. Challenges and Application: Mental and Spiritual Pillars
11:41
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8. Challenges and Application: Emotional Pillar
18:50
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9. Wrapping Up
07:59
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10. Endorphins and Conclusion
58:22
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