The newest cohort of older adults, the Baby Boomers, see themselves very differently than those that came before them. In many ways, the Baby Boomers are redefining what it means to get older. In fact, most people now define being old not as a chronological age, but instead as the time when they can no longer live independently or fully take care of themselves. So, what does this all mean for fitness professionals working with the active older adult? Who are these people? What should guide the choice of fitness/functional assessments to determine current level of function? How rigorous of a training program should be delivered and what components should be included? How much should we worry about diseases and chronic conditions? How do we build rapport with our older clientele? This training course is devoted to answering these questions.
This course includes a 1-year membership on the MedFit Network (MFN)* A $169 value! MFN membership includes:
A full-page profile on fastest growing directory of fitness and allied healthcare professionals
Free educational webinars and access to MedFit TV
Exclusive discounts on continuing education, products and services
Learn more about the MedFit Network and the benefits you'll get with your membership: https://medfitnetwork.org/welcome/
*Membership is for new members only. You will be sent access instructions after course purchase
The passing score of this course is