NSCA Approved Courses

Courses on this page are approved through the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA). Provider number is F1000. To verify credentialing through the NSCA click here.

The NSCA recognizes courses on this page for continuing education (CE) units for the following specialty certifications:

  • CSCS
  • NSCA – CPT
  • CSPS
  • TSAC – F
Programming for Strength Gains: New Research Exposes Timing as the Key Variable

Programming for Strength Gains is an ONLINE course that teaches you how to combine emerging strength training science with your existing program. Packed with programming tips and real-world gym how-to, this course shows you how to take your clients’ fitness to the next level. Explore how to apply new research on the timing of key programming variables to maximize strength gains. Discover how to time the frequency, mode, volume, intensity, and duration of training sessions to design effective and safe concurrent training programs while not forgetting about cardiovascular and flexibility training. Earn .2 CEs.

Click here to access NSCA approved Programming for Strength Gains online course.

Note: this link is for NSCA trainers and coaches only!

Anticipation Training: Maximizing Performance and Recovery 

Anticipation Training is an advanced programming workshop for elite performance coaches and trainers, athletes, and fitness enthusiasts. The method combines knowledge gained from new research on muscle physiology with traditional periodization training for strength, endurance, mass, power, and speed gains. Earn .4 CEs.

In this interactive workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Time training sessions to align muscle’s biological clocks with the master clock and other body systems to maximize performance gains.
  • Structure and modify programs to utilize the benefits of your body and mind’s ability to anticipate.
  • Use intermittent rest as a training “cue”, not just recovery.
  • Avoid overtraining and learn about the benefits of undertraining.
  • Use common exercises in new ways to simplify strength programs.
  • Update current periodization programs for immediate application.