Aerobics Instructor Manual: The Resource for Group Fitness Instructors

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Richard Thomas Cotton, Robert Lewis Goldstein
American Council on Exercise, Jan 1, 1993 - Aerobic dancing - 515 pages
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Suitable both for people setting out to be instructors and for seasoned professionals, this resource provides a guide to the scientific, instructional and professional knowledge required of group fitness instructors. Chapters include: exercise physiology; fundamentals of anatomy; biomechanics and applied kinesiology; nutrition and weight control; health screening; fitness testing and aerobic programming; teaching an aerobic class; special populations and health concerns; exercise and pregnancy; musculoskeletal injuries; emergency procedures; and legal and professional responsibilities.

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Contents

Fundamentals of Anatomy Rod A Harter
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Biomechanics and Applied Kinesiology Deborah Ellison
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Nutrition and Weight Control Karen S Newton
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