Anti-Aging Exercise Program Design Strategies

by Pete McCall, MS, CSCS
October 2014


Learn how strength and power training can help your clients boost production of the hormones that many consider to be the “fountain of youth.”

Strength and power training can help boost production of the hormones many consider to be the “fountain of youth.” In this session from the 2014 NSCA Personal Trainers Conference, Pete McCall explores specific principles, strategies, and techniques for developing a program that creates an anabolic response to exercise. This session will cover how to identify the hormones responsible for promoting muscle growth, explain how loaded movement training can improve the architecture of the myofascial system, and design an exercise program to help clients maintain their youthful appearance and energy levels.

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Pete McCall is a personal trainer and fitness educator in San Diego, CA. McCall holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion, comp ...

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