A few spots remaining for this weekends BCRPA Fitness Theory Course! To register or for more information, click here:
2017 Classroom Course Schedule
This BCRPA approved Fitness Theory Course is offered over 3 days (Friday 5-9pm & Saturday/Sunday 9am-6pm).
- Pre-reading is required due to the condensed nature of the course. This course teaches you how the body functions and responds to exercise and also increases your awareness of fitness and health. Learn how to gain physical, social and emotional well-being by developing your active health. This course is the prerequisite for becoming an instructor for weight training, group classes, seniors, or personal training.
- Price includes FULL COLOUR course manual.
- BONUS: Course price includes up to 1 month access to practice online exams (a$60 value).
- Location for course is the KINESIOLOGISTS.CA STUDIO – #103 – 17665-66A Avenue, Surrey (near the corner of 176th Street and 64th Avenue).
- Cost: Only $429+GST
- Click here to register: http://kinesiologists.ca/wp/bcrpa-certification/2017-classroom-course-schedule/
We have a fantastic deal on all our BCRPA approved correspondence – Summer Special!
Check out this link and take advantage of the high quality courses: http://kinesiologists.ca/wp/bcrpa-certification/bcrpa-distance-education/
Fees associated with Proctor U when registering for the BCRPA Fitness Theory Exam:
QUESTION: I wanted to book the BCRPA Fitness Theory Exam and I had to pay and extra $5 USD in order to book it. Did I do anything incorrectly?
ANSWER: This is the answer from BCRPA: “The $5 USD fee is only applied if the student selects that they’d like to write their exam within 72 hours (like an “express” charge). If they don’t select this option the $5 should not apply.”
FLASH SPECIAL – May 2017 Weight Training Course
This BCRPA approved Weight Training course is offered over 3 days (Friday 5:30-9pm & Saturday/Sunday 9am-5pm). This is a practical course designed to teach leadership skills for exercise instruction and program design in a weight room setting. Spend over 7 hours in the gym learning how to use weights and instruct others safely and effectively – a fundamental component of being a professional trainer. Price includes course book written and published by course instructor, Aaron Tews.
Location: KINESIOLOGISTS.CA STUDIO – Cloverdale/Surrey (#103 – 17665-66A Avenue, Surrey – near the corner of 176th Street and 64th Avenue – beside the Country Lane craft store).
Cost: Only $399+GST
New area of research – can steroids benefit athletes for a decade after use? Some now believe it does.
So, the question becomes, how long should an athlete, caught using, be banned from the sport. The W.A.D.A. (World Anti Doping Agency) has provided a grant to carry out further research on humans at the University of Oslo and develop future protocols.
Original Article: http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-24730151
- “In science if you cheat, you are out for life, and my personal view is that it should be similar for athletes,” [Prof Gundersen] said.
- Researchers found that power lifters who have stopped taking steroids had an advantage in their sport years after they stopped using the drugs.
- Previous strength training with or without the use of anabolic steroids facilitates subsequent re-acquisition of muscle mass even after long intervening periods of inactivity
- “Myonuclei acquired by overload exercise precede hypertrophy and are not lost on detraining”
- When mice were briefly treated with steroids the muscle mass and number of nuclei increased. The drug was subsequently withdrawn for 3 months and the muscle mass returned to normal, but the excess cell nuclei persisted. When such muscles were subjected to overload they grew by 30% over 6 days while controls grew insignificantly.
- Our data suggest that previous strength training might be beneficial later in life, and that a brief exposure to anabolic steroids might have long lasting performance-enhancing effects.
**Please note: this is not in support of any steroid use and only provided on the basis of future banning of a cheating athlete at the competition level.