Masters

Overview

The purpose of this course is to learn specific methods for teaching CrossFit to adults 40 years of age and beyond.

The participant will learn to:

  1. Assess and coach a masters athlete, taking into consideration the interaction of age, fitness, goals and injury factors.
  2. Understand the effects of aging - specifically the difference between sedentary and active aging and the impact of each on life outcomes.
  3. Understand the risk factors of aging in a CrossFit context and how to mitigate them.
  4. Understand the masters mindset and the associated impact on training effectiveness.
  5. Implement a tailored masters program within an affiliate employing different strategies.
  6. Program effectively for the masters athlete with particular focus on the deconditioned client seeking to improve wellness and health.
  7. Adapt the CrossFit program for typical masters scenarios using effective scaling and substitution strategies.

Participants will be provided with a downloadable Training Guide for reference and future study.

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion (available at the bottom of this page). A Certified CrossFit Trainer will receive seven CEUs toward maintaining the CCFT (CF-L3) credential.

This course can be completed in multiple sessions. However, it is recommended that you complete a full module before exiting the course, as work on partially completed modules will not be saved.

Prerequisites

The following courses are recommended but not required:1. The CrossFit Level 1 Trainer Course, 2. The Online Scaling Course

Price: $500
Language: English

Understanding the Masters Athlete (50 min.)

Risk Factors and Effects of Aging (50 min.)

Mindset: Understanding the Masters Mind (35 min.)

Assessing Masters Athletes (25 min.)

Adapting the Program (45 min.)

Implementing a Masters Program (35 min.)

Masters Programming for Wellness (40 min.)

The Deconditioned Athlete (35 min.)

Class Planning, Program Modification & Scaling (45 min.)

Case Study: The Story of Michael (30 min.)

Final Assessment (30 min.)