You must complete 100% of this course within one (1) year after purchase to receive CECs.

  • You will receive 10 CECs towards AEA Certification Renewal . Your CECs will NOT automatically be entered into your CEC Tracking file. After 100% completion you will receive an email with CEC Form that you can use to track CECs under My Account on AEA website.

  • You must receive an 80% score to pass. You can repeat the quiz until you pass at no additional cost.

  • For material delivered online, you must request a refund within 5 days after purchase. No refunds are made for online education programs if the CEC quiz has been accessed.

Author

  • Kimberly Huff

    MS

    Kimberly Huff

    Kimberly Huff, MS, CSCS has experience in clinical and non-clinical settings and has over 10 years’ experience working with older adults in Continual Care Retirement Communities. She is an AEA Training Specialist and presents certification review courses for ACSM. She is a certified AEA Aquatic Fitness Professional, an ACE Group Fitness Instructor, and an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist and Personal Trainer. Kimberly is a certified NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a NCHEC Health Education Specialist. She was an Associate Editor of the AEA Arthritis Foundation Program Leader Manual, an Editor of the AEA Aquatic Fitness Professional Manual, Seventh Edition, and is a contributing author for Akwa magazine. Kimberly was the recipient of the 2015 AEA Contribution to the Aquatic Industry global award.

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Introduction
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    Evidence-Based Benefits of Aquatic Exercise for the Aging Population
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    Current Trends in Programming for the Aging Population
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    Designing Programs for Active Aging Adults
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    ACSM Guidelines for Cardiovascular Programming
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    The Principle of Specificity in Cardio Program Design
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    Addressing Muscle Balance During Cardio Training
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    Creating a Cardiovascular Program Based on ACSM’s Recommendations
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    ACSM Guidelines for Resistance Training
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    Specificity with Resistance Training – Targeting the Right Muscles
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    Addressing Muscle Balance During Resistance Training
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    Creating a Resistance Training Program Based on ACSM’s Recommendations
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    ACSM Guidelines for Flexibility Training
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    ACSM Guidelines for Neuromotor Training
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    Including Cognitive Training in Exercise Classes
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    Review
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    Resources
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    Final Quiz
    • Final Quiz