Speed, Agility, and Quickness (SAQ) Training

Speed, Agility and Quickness Training Online Course

Only: $33.00

CEUs: NASM 0.2, ACE 0.2, NSCA 0.3, AFAA 2.0
  • Online narrated presentation with training videos
  • Printable training manual
  • Online CEU exam

The ability to change speed and direction of movement and appropriately react to all given stimuli is often the difference between injury and safety or success. Improving speed, change of direction and reaction time is possible through proper training strategies known as speed, agility and quickness or SAQ training.

This comprehensive course provides students with a general understanding of SAQ training concepts and the knowledge to help clients increase performance while decreasing risk of injury through the Optimum Performance Training™ (OPT) model.

NOTE: This course content is delivered 100% online.

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1. Jason on 2/16/2016, said:

This training hit the nail on the head. When I was studying for SAQ in the NASM-CPT book it was only the tip of the iceberg. This course is a more in-depth explanation of different exercises. It provides a great design of SAQ training within the OPT Model. This course is a must have if you want a deeper understanding of how to show your clients proper techniques and progressions. It is a good way to get clients moving their body and performing some form of Cardio without the fear of running that many people seem to have. This is a must!
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2. Nathaniel on 6/14/2015, said:

After learning about SAQ training when I was preparing for the CPT exam, I really wanted to learn more about the different exercises and how to really apply them to each level in the OPT model. This course goes more in depth, as well as includes great tips on how to combine it with core, plyometric, and balance training for program design. It also has a detailed explanation for frontside and backside mechanics for speed, agility, and quickness exercises, which is great when clients want to know about form. For anyone who is interested in integrating SAQ training into their program design with clients, this is a must!
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