FitPro Sessions Podcast Episode 005 Revision – Why anatomy and physiology is important
Here’s what we talked about on today’s FitPro Sessions Podcast
Today’s podcast episode is our FIRST revision session where Neale and I explore why Anatomy and Physiology is important for all fitness professionals.
We unpick why anatomy is important for planning and coaching clients, way beyond just the level 3 anatomy and physiology exam
Click the PLAY button below to listen to the entire episode
Grab the FitPro Sessions Podcast show notes:
01:00 Introduction to today’s FitPro Session
02:00 Is anatomy knowledge only needed for the exams?
04:00 “We didnt think becoming a Fit Pro would include Anatomy and Physiology”
05:00 Intro to the Power Hour at the end of the episode
06:10 What is Anatomy? What is Physiology?
09:30 Why anatomy and physiology is important?
09:45 “If you knew your car mechanic had no understanding of the parts or the workings of the car – would you let them work on your car?”
11:00 “Knowing Anatomy and Physiology is like having a Hanes Ownership Manual for your own body”
13:30 The importance of knowing how the body moves
15:40 Diagnosing the problems just like a car mechanic
18:40 “Anatomy and Physiology is the pre-cursor before ANY planning can happen”
20:00 Specific Adaptation to an Imposed Demand – changing the state of your client
22:50 SAID principle for regression and progression
25:00 “Frequency and Adherence is 90% of the work”
25:30 Get in touch and learn more with us
26:40 The start of the Revision Power Hour
The Revision Power Hour Cheat Sheet:
Anatomy and Physiology Mock Questions
Following the podcast episode, test your understanding by answering these three mock questions: answers are at the bottom of the blog.
Q1: What is anatomy?
A. The study of the structure and relationship between body parts.
B. The study of the function of body parts and the body as a whole.
C. Something that is only needed for an exam.
D. The movement of the body.
Q2: What does the SAID Principle stand for?
A. Specific Actions for an Immediate Demand
B. Some Adaptation to an Improvised Demand
C. Specific Adaptation to an Imposed Demand
D. Some Anatomy is not Interesting or Demanding
Q3: Why is knowing anatomy and physiology important for Fitness Professionals?
A. To get the best score in the class
B. Just to pass the exam with the minimum score
C. To understand how to plan and coach clients in a way that achieves the goal through physiological adaptation
D. To show off with long words to your clients
Test your knowledge, by reading the answers below.
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Q1 = A
Q2 = C
Q3 = C
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