Stretching and Flexibility Instruction Certification

ASFA

The American Sports and Fitness Association® Stretching and Flexibility Instruction Certification helps meet the continuing education needs of experienced fitness professionals seeking to draw clients interested specifically in stretching and flexibility. Our Stretching and Flexibility Instruction Certification covers a diverse collection of stretching related information, helping to put the latest expertise in flexibility training at the fitness professional’s fingertips.

ASFA's Stretching and Flexibility Instruction Certification addresses different types of stretching, form, accessories and flexibility program development. This qualification test includes active and passive stretching, static and dynamic stretching, static pose stretching and more. A stretching and flexibility instruction certification helps fitness professionals maximize client results and while increasing flexibility.

ASFA's Stretching and Flexibility Instruction Certification can help the experienced fitness professional expand his/her career through:

  • Enhanced understanding of a diverse collection of stretching types as well as flexibility development 
  • Increased knowledge in stretching instruction in key areas such as PNF stretching, active and passive stretches and more
  • Demonstrated commitment to improving flexibility program design
  • Specialized focus on specific types of stretching and instruction methods

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