Periodization is an established practice in athletic conditioning that can be usefully translated to the development of engaging and progressive exercise programming for clinical and sub-clinical populations. The aim of this workshop is to encourage clinical exercise professionals to consider the potential of applying a more varied and structured periodized program for these client groups. The focus in on Chronic Disease Self Management and the challenges to progression presented by the events of daily living.
This professional development demonstrates a series of periodised schedules for aerobic conditioning with resources to facilitate introduction of Moderate Intensity Continuous Exercise (MICE) and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) approaches to programming. Discussion will be encouraged on the training metrics appropriate for these groups.
The recording is of a webinar presented by ESSA on 13 March 2018.
Presented by Dr Belinda Giles
Belinda Giles is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with clinical interests in arthritis, cancer survival and healthy weight management. Her clinical, research and academic work has focused on the physical activity of daily life- How people judge what is enough physical activity for health? Who encourages people to greater activity? What health outcomes people notice arising from the activity of their daily lives? What kind of settings, health promotion theory and policy would help more people embrace full active lives?
Belinda is: an avid online cyclist and Gran Fondo participant; a school food gardener; a recovering lecturer in Public Policy; a presenter of Health Promotion programs with 10 years experience contracting for Cancer Council of NSW; a proponent of single patient outcome trials in exercise practice and of taking the chronic disease management approach.
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