Roger W. Earle, MA, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D, has over 25 years of experience as a personal fitness trainer, competitive sport conditioning coach, and behavior modification facilitator for people of all ages and fitness levels. He lectures at national and international conferences about designing personalized exercise and training programs, weight management, and exercise motivation. Previously, Earle was the associate executive director and the director of exam development for the NSCA Certification Commission, where he was responsible for reviewing and editing the CSCS and NSCA-CPT exams and writing study resources with Baechle, including coediting the first edition of NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training and the second and third editions of Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning.
In addition, Earle coauthored the first and second editions of Fitness Weight Training and the third and fourth editions of Weight Training: Steps to Success. While at Creighton University, Earle served as the head strength and conditioning coach and a faculty member of the exercise science and athletic training department.
Learn to design safe and efficient weight training programs for any client. You will be introduced to a proven step-by-step method to identify training goals and frequency; select and arrange exercises; and determine loads, sets, repetitions, and rest periods – all tailored to one of three primary client goals. Understand the importance of a well-designed, consistent weight training program in helping every client succeed – which results in success for your personal training business. Gain concrete ideas and methods you can implement immediately.
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The Raising the Bar webinar series provides personal trainers, group fitness instructors, strength and conditioning coaches, students, and other fitness enthusiasts with another avenue to obtain practical fitness information and education. We have covered a wide range of topics, some of which include stretching, group fitness instruction, nutrition, balance training, and aquatic exercise.