Course Overview for the Applied Health Fitness Psychology
Applied Health Fitness Psychology Book by Mark H. Anshel provides an understanding of the psychological factors that inhibit and promote physical activity and positive lifestyle behaviour change in clients.
Gain insight to psychological motivational theories and models of exercise behaviour to help your clients establish and maintain positive attitudes, emotions, and behaviours for a healthy lifestyle. Barriers to positive health behaviour plus personal, situational, cultural, spiritual, and environmental factors are also discussed.
No previous qualifications or requirements are needed
Why you should study this course:
- Health and fitness professionals, wellness coaches, personal trainers, dieticians, and allied health professionals will learn strategies for health behaviour interventions, exercise compliance and adherence, cognitive and behavioural strategies, exercise goal setting, and leadership
- Enhance your scope of practice to give your clients’ more chance of reaching their goals
- Enhance your own training programme