The Nova Scotia Fitness Association is a non-profit organization.
Indoor Cycling Exercise (ICE)
Learn to teach Indoor Cycling (aka "Spin") classes.
**Please note, all students in ICE must also complete Exercise Theory and have a current 1st Aid & CPR. You may take the ICE, ET and 1st Aid & CPR courses in any order, but ALL must be completed before you will be certified to teach. **
The ICE Certification Course will give you the knowledge and skills you need to conduct a highly motivated and technically correct cycling class. Your 10 hour course will include an Intro to Cycling which covers bike safety and bike setup, tips on how to dress and remain comfortable while participating in a cycling class. The chapter on Cycling Basics will include body positions, bio-mechanical and alignment considerations, pedal stroke efficiency and intensity. And finally, Physiology and Class Design covers class breakdown, training principals, cycling physiology, training zones, sample class designs paired with music, and leadership.
Dates: September 28th & 29th, 2019
Times: 9:00am to 5:00pm on Saturday. 9:00am to 1:00pm on Sunday
Location: Rath Eastlink Community Centre (RECC)
625 Abenaki Rd, Truro, NS B2N 0G6
Instructor(s): Patricia MacDonald
Exams: A written and practical exam are required to complete this course. All NSFA written exams will be done at the end of January 2020 (date to be confirmed) in Halifax at Mount St. Vincent University. If you cannot write at that time a private exam proctor can be arranged for you. Practicals will be arranged between the student and the course conductor.
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