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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CLEANHEALTHFITNESSINSTITUTE
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.10%. The average number of likes per post is 73 and the average number of comments is 1.
39.32% of the followers that engaged with cleanhealthfitnessinstitute regularly are from Australia, followed by United States at 9.4% and United Kingdom at 5.13%. In summary, the top 5 countries of cleanhealthfitnessinstitute's posts engager are coming from Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Greece.
Cleanhealthfitnessinstitute loves posting about Health & Fitness, Cooking, Food & Drink, Education, Humor.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CLEANHEALTHFITNESSINSTITUTE
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF CLEANHEALTHFITNESSINSTITUTE
- Australia 39.32 %
- United States 9.4 %
- United Kingdom 5.13 %
- Germany 3.42 %
- Greece 3.42 %
Periodization is the process by which a training plan (i.e. annual) is divided into specific time blocks that each have a particular goal and provides your body with different types of stress. This allows both you as the coach and your client to create some periods of hard training as well as periods which facilitate recovery ✅ Periodization also helps you develop different physiological abilities during different phases of training such as strength, hypertrophy and fat loss 💪🏼 Periodization is broken down into these 3 cycles: 1️⃣ MACROCYCLES: The full season or training period as a whole. Eg. For an athlete, if the competitive season occurs once per year, then the macrocycle will be the full year 2️⃣ MESOCYCLES: Particular training blocks within a season & duration can be a few weeks to a few months. Eg. For a powerlifter, the focus could be on strength that will support the main overriding goal (competition). 3️⃣ MICROCYCLES: The smallest unit/block of time within a mesocycle & are typically a week long but can range from a few days to a few weeks. 📖 Learn more about these phases in our latest article, 'Explaining Macro, Meso & Microcycles'. Click the link in our bio to read it now! #buynowpaylater #fitnesseducation #strength #strenghcourse #onlinecourses #fitness
Did you know that dehydration of greater than 2% loss of body weight can compromise physiological function & performance during exercise, as well as increase the risk of: ➡️ Nausea ➡️ Vomiting ➡️ Diarrhoea ➡️ Other gastro-intestinal problems 💧 Water, like oxygen, is essential for life as it performs several important roles in the human body. DEHYDRATION occurs when more water & fluids leave the body than the amount that enters it. During exercise, the main way the body maintains optimal body temperature is by sweating. Heat is removed from the body when drips of sweat on the skin evaporate, resulting in a loss of body fluid. Sweat production, and hence fluid loss, increases with a rise in ambient temperature and humidity, as well as with an increase in exercise intensity. Drinking fluid during exercise is necessary to replace fluids lost in sweat. This action will reduce the risk of heat stress, maintain normal muscle function & prevent performance decreases due to dehydration. In most cases during exercise, the rates of sweat loss are higher than the rate people can drink, and this is especially true amongst athletes who can easily get into fluid deficit. 📖 Learn more about the importance of hydration for health & performance, as well as the effects of dehydration in our latest article, 'Is Your Client Drinking Enough Water?' written by Clean Health Clinical Accredited Dietitian, Astrid Naranjo! Click the link in our bio to read it now! #buynowpaylater #nutrition #nutritioncourse #hydration #onlinecourses
Work with the worlds’ fastest growing fitness education company! Due to internal promotion, we are seeking a copywriter with a passion for fitness, is fitness qualified (desirable) and who has previous experience copywriting within the fitness, nutrition and/or the education sector. Serving written content to fitness professionals with user engagement and search engine optimisation being the key outcome goal at all times. This role is fully remote! Our ideal candidate: ✅ Has writing experience in Nutrition, Fitness, Personal Training and Health ✅ Degree qualified in Writing, Marketing, Journalism, Communications or similar ✅ A+ proof-reader with exceptional spelling, grammar and understanding of the English language ✅ Qualified in Certificate III & IV in Fitness ✅ High attention to detail and mastery of the written word ✅ Experience writing and developing copy for a consumer brand or publication ✅ Experience writing for social media and blog publications ✅ Positive, “can-do” attitude ✅ Passionate team player ✅ Effective and clear communication in all formats ✅ Excellent priority management skills, and are able to juggle multiple projects & tasks at once across shifting timelines If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you! To apply, please email email@example.com
"The amount that I have learned over the last few days and throughout the Cert 3 & 4 courses is amazing." Meet Clean Health Master Coach Program graduate, Nick! 🌟 Nick chose to enrol in our initial personal training qualification, because we don't just give you a license to program workouts for clients in a gym. "What Clean Health really helped me with is just to be able to be as knowledgeable as possible when I'm starting out in the industry." Our Master Coach Program not only equips you with the accredited SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) & SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness (Personal Trainer), but certifies you as an evidence based nutrition coach as well as an expert in performance personal training 📚 #buynowpaylater #personaltraining #coaching #fitness #fitnesseducation
Check out our Sponsored Education Athlete Elle Cooper @bondielle as she takes you through this killer glute workout! Hitting the glutes from multiple angles, reps and ranges is key for maximum muscle recruitment and growth! Repost @bondielle 🔥🔥 GLUTES LET’S GO!!! 🔥🔥 SAVE ✔️and try this on your next training day!! 🤗 ➡️ 4 SETS: ✅ BANDED HIP THRUSTS, 8-10 reps Superset with: ✅ BANDED GLUTE BRIDGES with ABDUCTIONS, 5/10, 5/10, 5/10 reps ✅ BANDED REVERSE HACK SQUAT, 12 reps ➡️ 3 SETS: ✅ RDL’s with half rep, 8 reps ✅ GLUTE PUSHDOWNS on assisted chin-up machine, 15 reps ✅ ABDUCTION MACHINE, 15-20 reps Superset with: ✅ BANDED ABDUCTIONS, 20-30 reps #workout #fitness #fitnesseducation #ambassador #gym
When researching the job opportunities that are available in the fitness industry, the different roles & the qualifications that are required to fulfil those roles, can sometimes sound confusing. So, today we are going to break down the difference between a fitness instructor and a personal trainer for you! ⬇️ 🌟 FITNESS INSTRUCTOR: The entry level qualification to become a fitness professional in Australia is the SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor). Completing this certification will allow you to be employed as a Gym/Fitness Instructor and a Group Exercise Instructor. ➡️ Fitness instructors may be employed by a gym and are there to assist the members that it caters for ➡️ Role is varied ➡️ Group exercise instructors are required to deliver group exercise sessions 🌟 PERSONAL TRAINER: SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness (Personal Trainer) is the next step, qualifying you to work as a Personal Trainer. ➡️ Personal trainers are able to work with clients on a 1-1 basis ➡️ Design & deliver client programs ➡️ Run their own business! 📖 To learn more about the difference between a Fitness Instructor and a Personal trainer, read our latest article, ‘Fitness Instructor Vs Personal Trainer’. Click the link in our bio to read it now! #buynowpaylater #fitness #fitnesseducation #personaltrainer #fitnessinstructor #coaching
🌟 It's a Friday Flashback! 🌟 Take a trip down memory lane with Clean Health Founder @dainemcdonald. Feels like just yesterday that we were presenting at the @ausfitnessexpo back in 2015. Since then, we've launched multiple online continuing fitness education courses as well as offering our nationally recognized and accredited courses, the SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) & SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness (Personal Trainer)! We love that the power of technology can keep us connected during these times! 📱 Repost from @dainemcdonald 8th October, 2015: "Can't wait to next weeks @ausfitnessexpo in Sydney with my @cleanhealthpt and @cleanhealthfitnessinstitute team! Our booth is located at D20 right next to The Arena central in the expo. We will be running competitions, promos along with presentations and general health tips all three days. If you're at the expo be sure to say hi!" #flashbackfriday #legacy #memories #fitnesseducation #fitness #onlinecourses
A 2010 study by Brad Schoenfeld, proposed that there are 3 primary mechanisms for increasing muscle hypertrophy including: 1️⃣ Mechanical Tension 2️⃣ Muscle Damage 3️⃣ Metabolic Stress This led to many theories about how multiple rep ranges & training methods should be utilized to maximize hypertrophy by specifically targeting each of the pathways. FOR EXAMPLE, using heavy loads with long rest periods to increase mechanical tension, maximal eccentrics and loaded stretching to increase muscle damage, and higher repetitions with short rest periods to increase metabolic stress. HOWEVER, more recent research seems to suggest that mechanical tension is the primary driver of muscle hypertrophy, while muscle damage and metabolic stress are indirect side effects. Some of the evidence supporting this argument includes: 🔸 Exercise-induced muscle damage can cause muscle loss, rather than muscle gain 🔸 The increase in muscle protein synthesis appears to be directed towards the repair of muscle damage rather than the growth of new muscle tissue 🔸 The superior effects of eccentric training are closely related to the greater mechanical tension that is produced 📖 Learn more about the recent research on mechanical tension in our latest article, ‘Hypertrophy Mechanisms: Part 1’, written by Clean Health Research & Development Specialist, Stefan Ianev! @stefanianev Click the link in our bio to read it now! #buynowpaylater #hypertrophy #fitnesseducation #fitness #personaltraining
Meet one of our Performance Nutrition Coach Certification Level 1 graduates, Daniel Tramontana! 🌟@coachpersonaltrainingau "I loved the detail and it was easy to both understand & immediately implement the information and delivery." Daniel is a personal trainer, online coach and physique prep coach 🏆 Having prepared athletes for multiple bodybuilding shows, Daniel knows how much nutrition can not only affect how you look, but how you feel, too. We look forward to seeing Daniel’s team get even greater results! #buynowpaylater #nutrition #nutritioncourse #fitnesseducation #health #alumni #students
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