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BECOME A NASM CORRECTIVE EXERCISE SPECIALIST

Why you need to pursue Corrective Exercise Training.
Specializing in Corrective Exercise with NASM can stretch your earning potential along with your clients’ abilities to avoid injury—helping them move, feel and live better.

As a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT), it's important to realize that just about every client you work with could be susceptible to common injuries and ailments, ranging from low-back pain to ACL tears to shoulder pain.
CES
Become a corrective exercise specialist
The techniques learned in the NASM-CES can be used with all your personal training clients.
Corrective Exercise Continuum
Become an even more valuable asset to any fitness facility where you can be the "go-to" expert. Plus, the reach of the NASM-CES extends beyond the gym - you'll find professionals in complementary fields holding the NASM-CES including chiropractors, massage therapists, group fitness instructors, athletic trainers, strength coaches and sports teams, and so many more.
The NASM-CES teaches you how to use a variety of static and dynamic assessments to identify imbalances and use the results to design effective programs for your clients with the Corrective Exercise Continuum (CEx).
CORRECTIVE EXERCISE CONTINUUM
INHIBIT
Inhibit tension in areas identified as being overactive or shortened through assessments.

Self-myofascial Release Techniques:

  • Reduce muscular tension
  • Relieve muscle soreness
  • Improve circulation
LENGTHEN
Lengthen the muscles with static stretching or neuromuscular stretching techniques.

Stretching Techniques:

  • Reduce stiffness
  • Increase range of motion
  • Improve posture
ACTIVATE
Activate the muscles identified as underactive or weak.

Strengthening Techniques:

  • Activate individual muscles
  • Improve muscular endurance
  • Increase strength
INTEGRATE
Integrate uses dynamic total body exercises that are progressed to solidify and coordinate the changes made.

Integrated Strength Techniques:

  • Improve total-body coordination
  • Improve movement patterns
  • Enhance performance
NASM master Instructor Kyle Stull talks about applying the NASM-CES to one of his clients.
By applying NASM-CES programming, a fitness professional can quickly improve, and with time, correct a client’s movement compensation(s), leading to clients feeling better, moving better, and performing at higher levels!
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