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Below is a list of all HK Online Courses that can currently be adopted. All prices listed are recommended university prices.

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HF-SN 311 » Advanced Exercise Nutrition, Version 1.1
This online course is an introduction to the structural organization of the human body, with special emphasis on how the bones, joints, muscles and nerves function to accommodate movement. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $39.00 for online component (no text included)
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HF-FT 213 » Advanced Power Training, Version 1.1
This course shows how to develop a needs analysis and how to design a program for muscular power using free weights or plyometrics. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $19.00 for online component (no text included)
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HF-FT 212 » Advanced Strength Training, Version 1.1
This course shows how to use periodized strength training principles to create an advanced training program that meets the needs of any athlete interested in maximizing their strength or muscle mass. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $19.00 for online component (no text included)
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HF-FT 214 » Advanced Training for Muscular Endurance, Version 1.1
This course shows how to develop a needs analysis and how to design a program for the development of muscular endurance using free weights, machines, and other training equipment. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $19.00 for online component (no text included)
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PE-NP 511 » Appropriate Practices for Physical Education, Version 1.1
This course, the first in a proposed series developed with NASPE, is designed to improve understanding of the national standards for physical education and how to implement them in the classroom. It can be used in college-level pre-service courses or taken by practicing PE teachers for continuing education credit. The course provides a framework from which to design and implement appropriate movement experiences aligned with the national standards that lead to student learning of meaningful skill, knowledge, and attitudes. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $37.00 for online component (no text included)
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SM-AT 605 » Current Research in Supplements for Athletes
This course is designed to help Certified Athletic Trainers evaluate the safety and effectiveness of dietary supplements. The overall goal is for Athletic Trainers to be able to effectively educate their physically active patients about the advantages and disadvantages of using dietary supplements as part of their training programs. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component (no text included)
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SM-AT 601 » Current Trends in the Use of Electrical Stimulation in Athletic Rehabilitation
This course is designed for athletic trainers who wish to expand and update their understanding of techniques, protocols, advancements in instrumentation, and other innovative concepts associated with electrical stimulation. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component (no text included)

HF-SN 314 » Disordered Eating in Active and Sedentary Individuals
Although this online course was designed with fitness professionals in mind, it deals with disordered eating among both physically active and more sedentary populations and covers topics such as internally versus externally regulated eating, how to recognize eating disordered individuals and referral steps for appropriate treatment. The focus is on understanding how to promote healthy eating patterns that support health, well-being and performance in all individuals, whether they are physically active or not. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $39.00 for online component and text
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HF-FT 101 V12 » Exercise Anatomy, Version 1.2
This FitPro course is for general fitness professionals and is an introduction to the structural organization of the human body, with special emphasis on how the bones, joints, muscles and nerves function to accommodate movement.
Recommended University Pricing: $39.00 for online component and text

HF-FT 106 » Exercise Nutrition 2.0
This course is an introduction to how exercise and training are affected by nutrition. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $29.00 for online component and text
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HF-FT 103 » Exercise Physiology
This course is an introduction to how physical activity affects the systems involved in movement, particularly the cardiorespiratory and neuromuscular systems and to how these systems adapt to training. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $39.00 for online component and text
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HF-FT 105 » Exercise and Sport Psychology
This course was designed for students who need to understand essential psychological principles and their use in enhancing physical activity, developing training strategies and improving exercise performance. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $39.00 for online component and text
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HF-FT 201 » Fitness Through Walking and Running
This course teaches how to design a cardiorespiratory fitness program using walking or running. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $19.00 for online component (no text included)

SM-AT 501 » Hand and Wrist in Sport, The
This course is designed to provide a systematic approach to the clinical examination and rehabilitation of an athlete's hand and wrist. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component (no text included)
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SM-AT 603 » Hydration for Athletes
This course is designed to help Certified Athletic Trainers be proactive in dealing with heat illnesses and dehydration. The focus is on how to effectively educate clients with an eye to prevention and on how to manage heat illnesses and dehydration, should they occur. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component (no text included)
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HF-FT 341 2e » Methods of Group Exercise Instruction, Second Edition
The interactive modules of the Methods of Group Exercise Instruction online course complement the research-based text of the same name, focusing on practical application of concepts and skills. By combining the online experience, readings found in the text, demonstrations of techniques in the accompanying DVD, and practice at home and in the classroom, students will gain the knowledge and practical experience necessary to teach and evaluate group exercise classes with confidence and professionalism. The text and online course help students learn principles and guidelines of fundamental class segments (warm-up, cardiorespiratory training, muscular conditioning, and flexibility), and then apply them to a variety of group exercise formats (step, water, cycling, and others). Prospective group exercise instructors will also learn the importance of a learner-centered approach to exercise instruction and how to use the progressive functional training continuum and exercise modifications to adapt the exercises to each participant’s level. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component (no text included)
Recommended University Pricing: $85.00 for online component with text
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HF-FT 342 » NSCA’s Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) Online Study Course
This course works in tandem with the material presented in NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training, Second Edition, to offer a practical and efficient method of studying the content assessed on the NSCA-CPT exam. The course content reflects the weighting and scope of the NSCA-CPT exam and has varying levels of recall, application, and analysis learning activities for each primary objective. Featuring over 120 interactive learning activities, this online study course offers scientific knowledge and practical application and pinpoints the information required for preparing for the exam. The content covered relates directly to the on-the-job duties and responsibilities of a certified personal trainer, and an end-of-course test evaluates the learner’s content knowledge, mimicking the scope and difficulty of the actual certification exam. 
Recommended University Pricing: $70.00 for online component (no text included) Recommended University Pricing: $125.00 for online component with text

HF-FT 343 » NSCA’s Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) Online Study Course
This course works in tandem with the material presented in Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, Third Edition, to offer a practical and efficient method of studying the content assessed on the CSCS exam. The course content reflects the weighting and scope of the CSCS exam and has varying levels of recall, application, and analysis learning activities for each primary objective. Featuring over 160 interactive learning activities, this online study course offers scientific knowledge and practical application and pinpoints the information required for preparing for the exam. The content covered relates directly to the on-the-job duties and responsibilities of a certified strength and conditioning specialist, and an end-of-course test evaluates the learner’s content knowledge, mimicking the scope and difficulty of the actual certification exam. 
Recommended University Pricing: $70.00 for online component (no text included) Recommended University Pricing: $125.00 for online component with text

SM-AT 608 » PNF Techniques for Upper Extremity Rehabilitation
This interactive course is designed to help athletic trainers understand and apply PNF procedures and techniques to upper extremity rehabilitation. 
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component (no text included)

SM-AT 606 » Spine Injury Management in Sport
This course is based on the NATA monologue on Spine Injury, and is designed to help you develop a standardized management plan for working with spine injured athletes. The online and video course materials lay out the essential skills required to evaluate, treat and transport the spine-injured athlete. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component and software

HF-FM 401 » Starting a Fitness Business
This online course is directed toward fitness professionals who are interested in starting their own fitness business. The course helps students lay out a game plan for conceptualizing a business strategy, then provides step-by-step direction on how to plan, administer, market, and promote a fitness business. Read a complete complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $29.00 for online component (no text included)
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HF-SN 312 » Supplementation for Training or Performance
This course discusses facts and fallacies about the major supplements and supplementation regimens currently available and the criteria to use when recommending supplements to enhance training or sports performance. Read a complete course description along with system requirements needed for the course.
Recommended University Pricing: $19.00 for online component (no text included)
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SM-AT 609 » Therapeutic Medications in Athletic Training, Version 2.0
Therapeutic Medications in Athletic Training, Second Edition provides the latest information on over-the-counter and prescription medications commonly used in athletics. It offers a sound review of pharmacology and pharmacokinetic principles and explores the latest practice implications for certified athletic trainers. This edition is expanded to include information on medications for flu, colds and allergies; bacterial infections; diabetes; circulatory conditions; gastrointestinal disorders; and psychological disorders.

The online course helps learners review the principles of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics, as well as the indications, contraindications and side effects of common therapeutic medications used in athletics. The online component also includes case studies to help learners apply their knowledge of various types of medications to a variety of athletes and sports.
Recommended University Pricing: $34.00 for online component (no text included). For online component and text: $54.00.

HF-SN 315 » Weight Management 2.0
This course teaches how to design fitness programs to decrease body fat and increase muscle mass.
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component (no text included)
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SM-AT 602v11 » Care and Treatment of Asthma in Athletes 2.0
Care and Treatment of Asthma in Athletes, Version 2.0, reviews the pathology and basic mechanisms of asthma and provides current prevention and control techniques. The course first covers the essentials, such as assessing for asthma and reviewing medications and treatment options, then guides you through the process of applying these principles to solve a series of realistic case scenarios. This interactive course features approximately four hours of online study developed by Ricardo A. Tan, MD, a specialist in asthma and allergy medicine.
Recommended University Pricing: $24.00 for online component (no text included)
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