NASM PES Exam Guide
The NASM Performance Enhancement Specialization (PES) certification is designed to allow trainers to train elite athletes. The NASM PES certification can give you the expertise to improve the flexibility, speed, agility and performance of professional, elite, and collegiate athletes. You’ll understand the science of human movement and discover cutting-edge, evidence-based sports performance exercise techniques that can help you build tougher, faster and stronger athletes.
– Basic & Applied Sciences
– Exercise Technique
– Program Design
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