Certifications

Certified Courses

It’s not all about a certificate. We focus on imparting knowledge. Get certificates on passing the exams.

Reputed Faculty

All our faculty has years of rich experience. They have worked with well-known sports players to design workout and nutrition programs.

Transform Lives

It’s not a theoretical course. These courses will help you to build a tailored program for your clients to enhance their lives.

Courses

FITNESS TRAINER

FEE – 15,000
COURSE LENGTH – 4 weeks (1 month)
TOTAL HOURS – 25 hours
Eligibility – 10th Pass
Examination – 60% theory + 40% (Viva & Practical)

Course Syllabus:

  • Practical assessment of Muscular endurance & Strength
  • Bodyweight Exercises Programming, Flexibility Training
  • Compound & Isolation Exercise (Posture & Technique)
  • Anatomical System -Cardiovascular system, Respiratory system, Skeletal System, Digestive System, Nervous System, Endocrine System (Glands & Hormones)
    Human Motion Terminology, Balance & Alignment (COG, LOG & BOS), Postural balance, Walking Gait.
  • Kinesiology of Spine & Pelvis, Upper & Lower extremity.
    Age-related biomechanics.
  • Resistance Training (Benefits, Principals, Programming & Progression)
    Physiological Adaptation of Resistance Training
    Advance Training methods of Bodybuilding
  •  Bioenergetics of exercise & Energy Pathways.
  • Practical approach on the gym floor. (how to assist people & communication)
  • Examination (Theory / Viva & Practical)

 

PERSONAL TRAINER

FEE – 25,000
COURSE LENGTH – 8 weeks
TOTAL HOURS – 50 hours
Eligibility – 12th Pass
Examination – 60% theory + 40% (Viva & Practical)

Course Syllabus:

  • Practical assessment of Posture, Balance, Flexibility, Muscular endurance & Strength.
  • Functional Movement Assessment (Push/Pull/Bend &Lift /Single leg / Rotation Movement)
  • Movement Based training (Exercise Designing & Variations)
  • Cardiorespiratory Exercises Progression (Frequency, Intensity, Time & Type)
  • Environmental Considerations when exercising
  • VO2 max/ VT1 & VT 2 Assessment
  • Warm-up, Condition phase, Cool-down
  • Bodyweight Exercises Programming, Flexibility Training
  • Compound & Isolation Exercise (Posture & Technique)
  • Anatomical System -Cardiovascular system, Respiratory system, Skeletal System, Digestive System, Nervous System, Endocrine System (Glands & Hormones)
  • Human Motion Terminology, Balance & Alignment (COG, LOG & BOS), Postural balance, Walking Gait.
  • Kinesiology of Spine & Pelvis, Upper & Lower extremity.
    Age related biomechanics.
  • Resistance Training (Benefits, Principals, Programming & Progression)
  • Physiological Adaptation of Resistance Training
  • Advance Training methods of Bodybuilding
  • Bioenergetics of exercise & Energy Pathways.
  • Practical approach on gym floor. (how to assist people & communication)
  • Examination (Theory / Viva & Practical)

 

FITNESS AND SPORTS NUTRITION

FEE – 20,000
COURSE LENGTH – 6 weeks
TOTAL HOURS – 36 hours
Eligibility – 12th Pass
Examination – 60% theory + 40% (Viva & Practical)

Course Syllabus:

  • Cell, tissues & organ system
  • Introduction to Sports Nutrition
  • Macronutrients (Carbohydrates, Proteins & Fats)
  • Micronutrients (Vitamins & Minerals)
  • Nutrition Role in Bioenergetics
  • Physiology of Digestion & Absorption
  • Fluid & Electrolytes
  • Nutrition for exercise and sports performance
  • Supplements – sports food
    (Whey protein, Creatine, Beta alanine, Yohimbine and many more…)
  • Nutritional Plan Assessment and designing customized diet plan.
  • Weight Management & Macros Calculations
  • Ergogenic Aids
  • RDA values for athletes
  • Diet Related Problems of Athletes
  • Meal Planning (Indian foods)
  • Healthy Meals Recipes (Breakfast/Lunch/Snack & Dinner)
  • Food Labels Reading

 

ACE/ ACSM/ NASM – CPT( INTERNATIONAL EXAM PREP)

FEE – 40,000
COURSE LENGTH – 16 weeks
TOTAL HOURS – 100 hours
Eligibility – 12th Pass + IFS – CFT/CPT
Examination – 100% theory

Course Syllabus:

  • As per the latest edition by examination body/institutes.
  • Domain 1 – Interviews and Assessment
    – Effective Communication Strategies
    – Appropriate dietary evaluation methods, purposes, inherent risks, and benefits
    – Population and Specific exercise consideration and contradications.
    – Risk stratification
    – Effects of common medication on heart rate
    – Anatomy and Kinesiology in detail
    – Biomechanics, Joint Mobility and Stability
    – Posture Assessment and movement patterns


    Domain 2 – Program Design and Implementation

    – General Exercise , Bodybuilding Exercises and program based principles and progressions (periodization)

    – Evidence Based Standard and guidelines for exercise
    – Appropriate Pre and Post exercise protocols and techniques
    – Selecting and Sequencing appropriate exercise based on individual goals
    – Forms of cueing (Exercise demonstration, verbal instruction, tactile correction

    Domain 3 – Program Modification and Progression

    Monitor , Evaluate , and modify prpgrams to promote client adherence and ensure progress towards goals

    – Biological, Psychological, Physiological and social factors that influence program participation and adherence
    – Strategies to prevent Lapses abd overcome barries related to exercise program

    Domain 4 – Professional Conduct, Safety, and Risk Management

    Fullfill personal responsibilities through collaboration woth allied health professionals , and adherence to industry standards and practices necessary to protect clients, facility operators, and the personal trainer.

    – Applicable guidelines , standards , laws and regulations
    – Basic guidelines for injury prevention and safety
    – Scope of Practice, Code of ethics and professional conduct
    – Professional liability insurance requirements