Speed and Agility Instruction Certification

ASFA

ASFA's Speed and Agility Instruction Certification helps meet the continuing education needs of experienced fitness professionals seeking to draw clients interested in a wide variety of sport training options. Our certification covers a diverse collection of dynamic speed and agility-related information, helping to put the latest expertise in speed and agility training at the fitness professional's fingertips.

ASFA's Speed and Agility Instruction Certification addresses different types of movement and sport preparation, flexibility and coordinated movement drills. Becoming a speed and agility instructor showcases a fitness professional's commitment to achieving excellence in his/her field and for helping clients achieve the greatest possible results.  This certification covers dynamic movement, anticipation, reaction time, quickness, efficiency of movement drills and more.  

A Speed and Agility Instruction Certification from ASFA® can help the experienced fitness professional expand his/her career through:

  • Enhanced knowledge of dynamic movement and agility 
  • Demonstrated knowledge in key areas such as flexibility, coordination and reaction time
  • Expanded knowledge base emphasizing specialized expertise in speed and agility preparation
  • Greater understanding of drills, routine set-up and methods of speed/agility training

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