Program Design Coach Certification
Become a Strength & Conditioning Coach Who Builds Clients For Life
Box Programming Coach Certification is an all-encompassing strength, conditioning, body composition, and exercise-science certification program. It’s designed to safely increase all aspects of fitness at the same time and create clients for life.
The Goal: Build Clients For Life
Who is it for?
CrossFit coaches, personal trainers, strength and conditioning coaches, physical therapists, and chiropractors who want to increase their knowledge of anything within the realm of strength and conditioning … and who want to know WHY they’re doing what they’re doing.
How does it work?
This program is structured as a 5-week course with a comprehensive final exam. You watch the videos, do the homework, complete all the modules on strength, conditioning, bio-energetics, sequencing, and class management. Then you take the comprehensive examination and score 80% or higher.
Why does it exist?
Because there’s a huge gap in the fitness industry between strength/conditioning coaches and CrossFit. Clients are not being served well enough, and neither are CrossFit boxes. And that’s unnecessary, because with the right programming, clients and businesses can thrive.
"Nobody is better at CrossFit Programming than Jason"
Dr. John Rusin, owner of John Rusin Fitness Systems
Where does it happen?
The Box Programming Coach Certification course is offered online and consists of all the in-depth educational content you’ll need, including hundreds of training and demonstration videos, instructional images, PDF templates, handouts, study guides, tools, and worksheets.
What can I expect?
How do I get started?
The Box Programming Coach Certification starts as soon as you enroll. Designed to be completed as quickly as five weeks, you may progress at your own pace, and re-study and re-take the final exam.
|Lesson 1||M1V1||The Stress Model||13.30|
|Lesson 2||M1V2||Training Effects||10.47|
|Lesson 3||M1V3||The Nervous System||13.35|
|Lesson 5||M1V5||Muscle Fiber Types||13.08|
|Lesson 1||M2V1||What is Strength?||17.32|
|Lesson 3||M2V3||The Max Effort Method||16.34|
|Lesson 4||M2V4||The Dynamic Effort Method||19.15|
|Lesson 5||M2V5||Additional Strength Measures||16.32|
|Lesson 2||M3V2||ATP-PC System||16.58|
|Lesson 3||M3V3||Glycolytic System||12.18|
|Lesson 4||M3V4||Oxidative System||21.00|
|Lesson 5||M3V5||Energy Control & Recovery Methods||13.52|
|Lesson 1||M4V1||Template Design Part 1||11.58|
|Lesson 2||M4V2||Template Design Part 2||12.36|
|Lesson 3||M4V3||Whiteboard Program Design||26.57|
|Lesson 4||M4V4||Closing Thoughts||11.17|
|Lesson 1||M5V1||Functional Anatomy||33.28|
|Lesson 3||M5V3||Coaching Dynamic Effort Upper||07.27|
|Lesson 4||M5V4||Coaching Dynamic Effort Lower||09.22|
|Lesson 5||M5V5||The Conjugate Method||28.03|
|Conclusion||M6V1||Conclusion & Final Exam||0.42|