With a population skewing older and the market for traditional fitness saturated and only a good fit for a small minority of the population, the future of professional fitness is changing.
Brain fitness integrated seamlessly with physical fitness is the future and this course shows you how to do it and why it can make an impact on Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's is the 6th leading and fastest growing cause of death. There will not be a cure and numerous lifestyle factors play a large role in affecting risk and in disease progression.
Getting numerous lifestyle factors like sleep, social interaction, stress, nutrition, physical activity and exercise (they are not the same thing) pointed in the right direction provides the best chance of a favorable outcome.
Living longer is no longer enough. We want to live in a mind that is sharp and in a body that works for as long as possible. This course shows you how to do just that.
The course includes:
This course is approved to provide continuing education credits from various education organizations (e.g., ACE, canfitpro, ISSA, NASM, AFAA). If your certifying body is not listed, you will be provided with a Certificate of Specialization upon completing the course that can be used to petition your certifying body for credit. The MedFit Classroom team is happy to assist you in petitioning.
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John Heydt, MD
This course is absolutely excellent.
The manual is top-notch.
Michaela Stone, fitness professional & Board-Certified Behavior Analyst
The manual and videos complement each other beautifully. Great blend of facts and videos of personal experiences to bring facts to life. Probably THE most motivating work I have seen.
Mary Hoagland-Scher, MD
I love the interviews with clients and people affected by Alzheimer's. This course is unique in addressing the wellness of caregivers. The strategies involving caregivers and patients is fantastic.