Designed by the best and brightest in the industry, the Foundations of Coaching Lifts Course is centered on how to effectively coach athletes how to perform using the core/compound lifts as a basis for teaching all lifts and the auxiliary lifts. You’ll learn fundamental progressions/regressions, coaching cues, and gain world class insight that will assuredly be put to optimal use in the field.
**New** NSCA’s Foundations of Coaching Lifts Online Course, Academic Version
This course is designed for adoption for college and university activities classes. If you are an instructor considering adoption of NSCA's Foundations of Coaching Lifts Online Course, check out the academic version here.
|September 10, 2023||College of Saint Mary||Omaha, NE|
Once you have purchased the Foundations of Coaching Lifts Course by registering for a live event you can get access to materials by selecting the blue button.
You must attend a Foundations of Coaching Lifts Course to gain access to these materials.
This course is aimed for newly aspiring fitness professionals looking to gain practical coaching knowledge as well as seasoned coaches looking to shore up their knowledge, get hands-on teaching tips, and ultimately become a better coach.
Graduate Assistant and Strength Coach, California State University
The Foundations of Coaching Lifts Course is comprised of online, self-paced learning modules and one day of hands-on, active-learning and assessment.
After purchasing the course, candidates will be granted access to the course manual, in-depth videos, and section quizzes. It is strongly recommended to review the course manual and videos as soon as possible. Next, pass the section quizzes prior to attending the live event. The passing score for each quiz is 100%. Candidates may retake the quizzes at no additional cost. To get the most out of the live event we recommend you review the course manual, videos and pass the quizzes before attending the live event.
Candidates will gain invaluable feedback on their coaching from fellow attendees and industry experts. Followed by a dedicated performance assessments. Candidates will be evaluated on their ability to meet the learning objectives.
|DAY 1||DAY 1|
|7:30-8:00 am||Registration/Check-in||11:00-12:00 pm||Hands-on: Bench Press|
|8:00-8:15 am||Course Overview & Instruction||12:00-1:00 pm||Lunch|
|8:15-10:00 am||Hands-on: Squat||1:00-3:00 pm||Hands-on: Power Clean|
|10:00-10:05 am||Break||3:00-3:30 pm||Q&A and wrap-up|
|10:00-11:00 am||Hands-on: Push Press||3:30-6:00 pm||Performance Assessment|
Director, Athletic Performance