Foundations of Periodization Training

Course Duration: 6 Months

This course teaches you the basics of how to plan training in cycles to achieve the best possible form for your clients for specific times in the year, or for specific competitions.

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Ways to Study This Course

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Foundations of Periodization Training

Course Overview for the Foundations of Periodization Training

Foundations of Periodization Training, brought to you in partnership with Pinnacle Training & Consulting Systems, teaches you the basics of how to plan training in cycles to achieve the best possible form for your clients for specific times in the year, or for specific competitions. This skill is particularly useful to those looking to cater to athletes or sports teams.

The course forms part of a bigger, 5-module course that addresses all topics around human movement. The modules can be studied separately, allowing you to build a customised solution to suit your specific requirements.

Course Requirements

You must hold a personal trainer or exercise science qualification to do this course

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R950.00


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Why you should study this course:

  • Design sample microcycle, mesocycle, macrocycle or individualized programmes for clients
  • Learn how to perform common agility, power and speed tests proficiently
  • Pinnacle Training has analysed over 15 common sports in order to help students understand the movements behind them

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Career paths you can follow:

Career Opportunities for the Foundations of Periodization Training

  • Improve your marketability to athletes and sports people with this valuable skill
  • Continue studying the other Pinnacle movement modules to make yourself an expert in this space

Career Paths to Follow

Accreditations for the Foundations of Periodization Training

  • REPSSA CPD Points: 5

Training Centres

The Foundations of Periodization Training is offered at the following training centres: