Current and Upcoming CEC Courses

CEC Course When Location Category
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and Steady State Aerobic exercise: A science-based comparative approach High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and Steady State Aerobic exercise: A science-based comparative approach to understanding the potential risk and benefit. (read more...) April 8th, 2017 9:00 AM
through 5:00 PM
333 Earle Ovington Blvd Optimuss Fitness Uniondale, NY 11553 United States CEC Course
CPR AED Certification This Adult Heartsaver CPR-AED class is tailored to meeting the credential requirements for the personal trainer and is valid for a two-year period of time. The course is two hours in length and includes a Heartsaver CPR manual. (read more...) April 8th, 2017 11:30 AM
through 1:30 PM
30 East Main Street East Islip Fire Department East Islip, NY 11730 United States CEC Course
CPR AED Certification This Adult Heartsaver CPR-AED class is tailored to meeting the credential requirements for the personal trainer and is valid for a two-year period of time. The course is two hours in length and includes a Heartsaver CPR manual. (read more...) April 21st, 2017 6:00 PM
through 5:00 PM
333 Earle Ovington Blvd Optimuss Fitness Uniondale, NY 11553 United States CEC Course
Lifespan motor development This course includes a comprehensive overview of motor development across the lifespan from infancy through older adulthood. There will be a focus on behavioral aspects, such as movement patterns and developmental sequences, and underlying mechanisms that are related to changes in these aspects.  5.25 AAPTE cec. (read more...) April 23rd, 2017 9:00 AM
through 5:00 PM
250 Hofstra University Oak Street Center Room 100 Hempstead,, NY 11549-11549 United States CEC Course
Chest-Back: Updated 2017 Methods-Application-Analysis-Practice M.A.A.P. UPDATED 2017 - MORE HANDS-ON Practical Skill. What is the difference between a “pull-up and a pull down, flat, incline or decline bench press, a push-up or a chest press?” Does your body know if its pulling down or up? Is there a difference? This course will introduce and apply essential biomechanical principles to resistance training exercise in order to analyze, assess and progress exercise in a functional manner and differentiate “Gym Science” from “Exercise Science”. Attendees are expected be prepared for a hands-on experience and participation is required. (read more...) May 21st, 2017 9:00 AM
through 5:00 PM
333 Earle Ovington Blvd Optimuss Fitness Uniondale, NY 11553 United States CEC Course
Foundations Of Exercise Biomechanics: Whats the best exercise? What trending & popular exercise method or system is good? What are good results??? This course will present information and concepts that will help the fitness professional understand the difference between “biomimicry” and resistance training exercise biomechanics. We will eliminate the confusion and persuasion of marketing and personal biases as to what a “good exercise” is by introducing concepts of mechanics, physics, anatomy, physiology and kinesiology. (read more...) June 11th, 2017 9:00 AM
through 4:00 PM
250 Hofstra University Hofstra University CV Starr Hall Room 210 Hempstead, NY 11549 United States CEC Course