1: Core Bootcamp
Get started with the basics by educating yourself in the "dos" and "don'ts" of bootcamps. Cardiovascular exercise is more complicated than it looks, so if you want to lead your students from flab to fab, you'll need extensive training in endurance, flexibility, strength building, core workouts, et cetera.
2: Yoga Inc.
Most gyms and fitness centers offer at least one yoga class, so it's a good idea to know the Downward Dog if you plan on looking to these places for employment. Learn about posing, breathing and how to avoid common injuries experienced by gung-ho beginners.
3: The Cycle Coach
There's more to cycling than just sitting on a bike and pumping your legs. In this course, you'll learn about the physicality and psychology of the exercise, gaining the tools to lead your own class with equal amounts of passion and knowledge.
4: HIIT the Road
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) combines cutting-edge fitness knowledge with good old-fashioned strength exercises. Use this course to find out more about intensity, force application and heart rate monitoring. As a soon-to-be instructor, you need to stay ahead of the curve!