CEUs: 0.7 NASM
Do you have clients who want to work out in the comfort of their own home? Are you interested in expanding your fitness service offerings? There's a growing demand for at-home workout solutions, and as a fitness professional, you can help clients build a home gym safely and effectively.
NASM’s Home Gym Design Specialization teaches you to design home gyms with practical and relevant methods and guide clients through the installation process. Click here for a detailed course tour.
After successfully completing this course and passing the final exam, fitness professionals will have the ability to:
- Explain the long-term benefits of a home gym
- Design a home gym and manage the client's installation process
- Facilitate the selection of equipment that will actually be used by the client/user
- Use the home gym design process to add value as a fitness professional and reduce client turnover
✔ Chapter 1: Introduction to Home Gym Design
Lesson 1: Welcome to NASM’s Home Gym Design
Lesson 2: The Emerging Home Gym
✔ Chapter 2: Planning and Preparation (Step 1)
Lesson 1: Home Gym Design Service Opportunities
Lesson 2: Needs Assessment
Lesson 3: Location and Space
✔ Chapter 3: Fitness Goal Alignment (Step 2)
Lesson 1: Goal Discovery
Lesson 2: Goal Setting
Lesson 3: Fitness Assessments to Facilitate Equipment Selection
Lesson 4: Additional Goal Alignment Considerations
✔ Chapter 4: Equipment Selection (Step 3)
Lesson 1: Introduction to Equipment Selection
Lesson 2: The Equipment Industry
Lesson 3: Aligning Equipment Selections
Lesson 4: Obstacles Of Equipment Selection
✔ Chapter 5: Completing the Home Gym Design Process
Lesson 1: Home Gym Design Client Scenarios
Lesson 2: Monetizing Home Gym Design Services
Lesson 3: Considerations During and After Installation
✔ State-of-the-Art, Digital Learning Platform
With our interactive, digital learning platform, you can access your online course any time, any where.
✔ Bonus Videos
There are high-quality bonus exercise videos at the end of the course.
There is a quiz at the end of each chapter to help you review the material you learn.
✔ Final Exam
The final exam includes 50 multiple-choice questions. You have 3 attempts and must pass with a score of 70% or higher.