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Webinar Links

The Manitoba Fitness Council is committed to all of our members and to giving all of our members access to the many webinars that we host here in the office. Below is a list of those webinars that are accessible for CEC’s. In order to get credit for the Webinar there are questions that are asked at the end of the webinar. Send your answers by email to sjeffrey@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca to obtain your certificate.

In order to access each webinar, click on the link provided and allow the safe two-minute download. If you have trouble accessing the webinar please call or email us here at the office and we can help you troubleshoot your connection issue.


Lessons on Improving Public Health for People of All Sizes

What is it that attracts those with excess weight to join a fitness class, gym, or other activity? Sometimes the way these people are treated not just by staff, but by others at these facilities can have a negative effect on their motivation to return.  How can we as fitness professional create an atmosphere that promotes positive body image and acceptance for all people within our classes and facilities?

Follow the link below to watch the webinar created by the Manitoba Fitness Council and Dr. Andrea Bombak, as she reveals the findings of her research into motivation for people of a larger size. To obtain the credits for the webinar, send us the answers to the questions that she has provided at the end of the webinar. Your answers will be shared with the researcher as a follow up to her study.

Please answer the questions in the video and email your answers to info@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca to receive your 1 MFC credit.

https://youtu.be/pujU5Y-BYtE


Webinar: Diastasis Recti and the Rectus Abdominis with Jamie Wheaton – June 2016.

For 1 MFC Credit

Jamie Wheaton is a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist with Donna Sarna Physiotherapy, 102-897 Corydon Avenue, Winnipeg
Phone: (204) 452-2608.

After Viewing the Webinar please send your answers to the following questions back to the MFC in order to get your CEC certificate:

1.       What should you do if you notice doming in a participants abdomen while doing exercises like crunches?
2.       Is diastasis only something that can happen to women?
3.       How will you use this information in the future?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GP2Ms07bv5A

Please email your answers to info@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca to receive your 1 CEC credit.


CEC Opportunity – Webinar – Sugar Shock!

For 1 MFC Credit

Sugar Shock
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3J_6P_1IeGE

Assignment:

Look either in your cupboard or at the grocery store to find a food that you think has added sugar. Check the ingredients list what is the sugar (even by another name) added. How much of it is represented in the carbohydrates label?

Now choose a second food that you could choose instead of the high sugar food that you originally chose. What does it’s food label tell you? If this is a food in your cupboard is this going to be an easy or hard change to make and why.

Please submit answers to info@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca to receive your 1 MFC credit.


Article on Cardiac Rehabilitation 2013 – 2014 – worth 1 MFC CEC.

The attached report is local data that was collected with regard to Cardiac Rehabilitation 2013- 2014 in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

The data was mainly collected at the Wellness Institute and the Reh-Fit Centre.

Please take some time to read the report. To acquire your CEC’s please answer the following questions:

  1. What percentage of the 758 AMI cases within the WRHA started the CRP (Cardiac Rehab Program)?
  2. List the six indicators used to track the program’s effectiveness?

Once you send in the answers to these questions, you will be emailed a certificate of 1 MFC credit.

Please send your answers to info@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca


Article on Cardiac Rehabilitation 2014-2015 – worth 1 MFC CEC.

Cardiac Rehab Annual Report Final 2014-15 is local data that was collected with regard to Cardiac Rehabilitation 2014-2015 in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

The data was mainly collected at the Wellness Institute and the Reh-Fit Centre.

Please take some time to read the report. To acquire your CEC’s please answer the following questions:

1.       What is the intent of the Cardiac Rehabilitation program?
2.       (fill in the blanks) _______ girth has been shown to be a strong predictor of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol and type 2 diabetes. Even a modest reduction in ________ girth can translate into reduced risk of disease and disability. Both _______________ and heart healthy nutrition, which is emphasized in this program, can affect a reduction in __________ girth.
3.       Of all referrals to the program  ________%_ were male and ________% were female.  Average age of those referred to the program was _________
4.       What did you learn from this article?

Once you send in the answers to these questions, you will be emailed a certificate of 1 MFC credit.

Please send your answers to info@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca


Physical Activity Toolkit Webinar

52 mins
1 CEC is available for viewing this webinar

This workshop will take you through practical resources developed by the Alberta Centre for Active Living. The Physical Activity Counselling Toolkit assists practitioners who play a direct role in promoting physical activity. It reflects current literature and research (evidence-based); has a focus towards behaviour change (not only educational focus); has been field-tested and evaluated by practitioners and their clients. It is written in plain language so that it can be used with the general public. During this workshop, you will learn:

  • How to identify the stages of behavioral change
  • Background on the Physical Activity Counselling Toolkit
  • The content of each resource in the toolkit
  • How to model a physical activity counselling session

Using the Physical Activity Toolkit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3IbpPNAV_c

Questions to be answered while watching this webinar:

  1. What are some of the greatest barriers to physical activity for your clients?
  2. What are some solutions?
  3. Try developing an IMP for one of these barriers

Kinesiology Webinar -Kinesiology: “Who are we, what do we do, where are we going”

59 mins
1 CEC is available for viewing this webinar

Dr. Elizabeth Ready and Dr. Glen Bergeron, co-chairs of the Kinesiology Coalition of Manitoba will present a description of the profession of Kinesiology, the role we have to play in the health system and the current status of our intent to seek provincial legislation.

https://youtu.be/mZ3vfBlHW9Q

Question to be answered to gain credit for this webinar:

  1. How will legislation impact you?

Voice Health Webinar

1 hour 2 mins

Objectives: The goal of this presentation is to provide education regarding the voice and vocal hygiene strategies for fitness instructors involved in vocally demanding positions. The presentation will begin with a review of the anatomy. Participants will then learn what can go wrong with the voice, and how to prevent voice problems. The final discussion will address what to do if voice problems are suspected. Presenter: Janine Ennis M.S., S-LP, CCC is a speech-language pathologist at the Health Sciences Centre Voice Clinic. Janine has worked with people with voice disorders for 15 years.

Cost of the workshop: is $10.00 plus $0.50GST = Total $10.50

CEC/PDC’s = 1 credit

Please contact the MFC office, at 204-235-1245 or send an email to : info@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca to register for this workshop.


How to Screen Participants using the PARQ+

The 2017 Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire for EVERYONE (PARQ+)  is now available for both online use and to print and copy. It can be accessed through www.eparmedx.com 

Not sure how to use the form? Watch our video and earn 1 CEC! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbQLwhrLT7Y&feature=youtu.be

To get the full credit for the CEC please complete the PARQ+ online after watching and submit your fictional (use any disease or condition as an example) fitness clearance to us info@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca.


Our Kids are not alright! – Report From Heart and Stroke 

file:///C:/Users/Stephanie/Downloads/HeartandStroke-ReportonHealth2017.pdf

Please answer the following questions to receive 0.5 credit 

1.       What did you learn from this report?

2.       Do you see any  changes that you can institute in your home?


 

 


If you need assistance, you can contact me at sjeffrey@manitobafitnesscouncil.ca