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The umbrella term is Strength & Conditioning, which includes sports such as: Powerlifting, Weightlifting, Crosstraining, Bootcamp, Strongman, Gymnastics, functional concepts and everything in between. Between these sports and concepts there is a lot of overlap in exercises, training methods, periodization models, supporting physical properties, lesson structure and much more. Don't follow five different courses, but find everything in 1 course!
The biggest reason why customers stop training is when they find exercising boring and no longer get results. The Strength & Conditioning training teaches you to build up exercises progressively AND how to program. Afterwards you can offer your customers something unique that will motivate them, achieve results and make progress thanks to your own periodization!
In our 7-day training you will recognize the same patterns every day. We start with specific knowledge about the relevant part and go deeper into training leather and training methods. In this way, we delve into the goal of the athlete and see how we can best stimulate the body. For example, do we emphasize strength or do we mainly focus on speed (velocity-based training) or a mix of bidding. The next step is programming and applying periodization to the goals and wishes of the athlete. Then follows the practice in which we will do, experience and perfect the exercises ourselves. We teach the exercises to each other and finally do this in a group. The overview on the right gives a good picture of what you learn as a Strength & Conditioning Specialist.
Progressive build-up of more complex exercises of 3 different categories, namely weight exercises (clean, jerks, snatches, etc.), body exercises (ring dips, kipping pull ups, muscle ups, handstand progressions) and heart rate-increasing exercises (running, rowing, double unders)
Compact summary of subject matter: Anatomy, Exercise Physiology and Biomechanics from the Dutch HDA courses.
Learning to program to achieve the right stimulus in the field of Physiology.
Rules of executions, tactical aspects and introduction of concepts such as GPP vs SPP.
Compact summary of intake methods from the Dutch HDA courses.
Programming and periodizing using the boulder method.
Individualize / scale pre-programmed schedules at 4 levels, namely: injured athletes, beginners, advanced, competitive. Coaching (larger) groups and all related aspects such as voice use and walking lines. Insight into how different coaching styles can be applied to the individual within a group.
Reflection and insight to develop yourself from athlete, trainer to coach and mentor. Independent personality who is strong and confident, can think critically, is open to feedback and can substantiate matters well. Self-learning professional who reflects and acts on experiences.
You are often busy, cannot follow all days of the program or are only interested in certain topics. That is why we also offer our specialist training courses in a modular form in the form of workshops. You can then also take the exam, provided that the various teaching days are completed in two years. If you want more information, click on the button below.
Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Locatie: No Excuses HDA, Johannes Geradtsweg 115,
1222 PP, Hilversum
The total costs for the Strength & Conditioning Specialist training are: €1887,- The e-book, the app with augmented reality and the exam costs are included. It is possible to pay in installments. BFor installment payments, a surcharge of €30 per course applies.
The Dutch HDA courses are CRBKO accredited and are therefore exempt from VAT.
The program has a study load of 19 hours per week, of which 6 hours are lessons, 4 hours internship and 9 hours self-study.
The internship is an important part of the Dutch HDA courses. You put the acquired skills into practice and learn to gain work experience independently. During the course you will follow a total of at least 20 hours of internship.
The exam of the training is taken on the last day of the training and consists of a theoretical and practical part. The theory exam takes the form of a reflection conversation about the (sports) case chosen at the beginning of the course, detailed in your portfolio. The theory components to be tested are presentation and evaluation of the (sports) case, reflection on one's own actions, authenticity and transfer of knowledge. The practical exam consists of performing sport-specific exercise material and supervising/instructing an athlete/athlete with this exercise material. During the exam we test your own skills and instruction. Afterwards, a reflective discussion will take place. After the interview, the assessment will follow and you will hear whether you have passed.
If you failed the exam, you can request a re-exam. Theory exam: €49,- Practical exam: €79,-.
You will be taught in small groups of a maximum of 6-15 people
Would you like to benefit from the progressive structure of our courses in which all courses connect seamlessly? Then use the Dutch HDA Specialist package and the attractive discount that we offer.
In the Dutch HDA Specialist package you follow two courses, starting with Fitness Trainer and ending with the specialty of your choice, for example Strength & Conditioning Specialist.
In plaats van € 4.114,- bieden we je deze twee opleidingen aan voor een pakketprijs van €3826,-. Hiermee bespaar je € 288,- ofwel 7% van de prijs van de individuele opleidingen.
– Discover our Pros
The training is given by strength athlete Remko Sanders. With his experience as an athlete in powerlifting, weightlifting, strongman & crossfit, he teaches you the tricks of the trade in the Strength & Conditioning Specialist course.
Remco Sanders, exercise physiologist/performance coach, studied Human Movement Sciences at the VU in Amsterdam. This multidisciplinary study fitted in well with his interest in sports and the provision of courses and training. Since 2010 he has been active as an author and educator for various institutions.
He is also active as an entrepreneur in the industry and owns No Excuses/CrossFit Gooi (Performance Centre), De FitHub (Private Gym), Dutch HDA (training academy)
Achievements as an athlete:
– Dutch Champion Hurdles – 2011
– NK Weightlifting -69 kg – 2014
– Final Amsterdam Throwdown – 2015
– NK Powerlifting -69 kg – 2016
- NK Powerlifting - 74 kg - 2017 - 3rd place
– NK Powerlifting -74 kg -2018 – 2nd place
– Atlas Pure Strength Competition – 2019
– 2021 World Strong Man Qualification
– NK Powerlifting -74 kg – 2021 – 1st place
– Dutch Record Holder Deadlift 280 KG (-74 kg)
– Dutch Record holder Total 645 KG (-74 kg)
Had training from:
– Erwin van Beek (CrossFit Games Athlete 2013 & 2014)
– Remco Eenink (President NGWB and founder Dutch Weightlifting Academy)
– Jordi Snijders (World Powerlifting Championships and founder of Strength Academy)
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