The course content is made up of over 15 hours of training and education videos. These videos have been broken up into 12 individual modules with each module consisting of between 5 & 10 chapters to improve your learning experience. The 12 training modules are released sequentially over the 4-week period of the course. Each week you will get access to new modules and invited to a live coaching call with Martin Rooney.
The Training For Warriors Level 1 Online Certification is delivered to you completely online (no physical materials shipped) through our private members area which you will have instant access to upon completing your registration. Study at your own pace. You can work through all of the material at a rate you are comfortable with and watch each video as many times as you like to ensure you fully absorb and understand all of the information.
After the 4 weeks of training you will have another 4 weeks access to complete the course and take the exam. Yes, there is a deadline to complete the course but you will have 8 weeks in total to complete what is essential two full days of content. The brief examination given at the end of the course is 35 questions and multiple choice. Although the test is optional, you will be required to pass in order to become a Warrior Certified™ TFW Level 1 Coach.
- The history & philosophy of the Training For Warriors System
- The Importance and Application of the TFW Warm-Up
- The 10 Practical Rules of the TFW Approach
- Advanced Evaluation techniques and the 8 Point TFW Mobility Screen
- Performance Tests including the Warrior Challenges
- TFW Metabolic Training Method (including Energy Circuits, Bar Complexes, and Tabatas)
- Methods of the signature “Hurricane” training
- The “Warrior 20” Nutrition Philosophy
- Basic Programming to put everything together into a logical system for success
- 12 Principles of proper training
- The TFW Illogical Four Reasons Clients Train
- The 6 stages of the TFW Training Continuum
- Current Trends and Errors in Training
- The 4 step evaluation process
- 5 common areas of weakness and tightness found in most clients
- The TFW Prehab 12
- Advanced Training Concepts like Plyometrics, Accommodating Resistance, and Isometrics
Watch an actual TFW Warmup, Energy Circuit, Mobility Screen, Push Up and Abdominal Warrior Challenge, 150 meter Test, and Hurricane.
- This is not an MMA Course
- This is not only for fighters and or elite athletes (it is for any coach, athlete or fitness enthusiast looking to improve)
- This is not for anyone with a negative or closed mindset (this will challenge people to become more)
- This is not just information about Training Programming and Workouts (there is a deep philosophical component that is traditionally missing from training)
- This is not going to deliver a Silver or Magic Bullet (there is no “best” we are always searching for “better”)
- This is not a poorly organized product (talk about what it took to create it and over 14 hours of content)
- This is not a boring series of lectures (this will keep your attention and motivate you to apply the information)
|Welcome||Module 7I. Course Introduction||Module 7 IntroductionII. How The Course Works||7.1 Warrior Warmup Part 1||7.2 Warrior Warmup Part 2Module 1||7.3 Warrior Warmup Part 3Module 1 Introduction||7.4 Pushup Challenge1.1 Introduction To The Course||7.5 Sit Up Challenge1.2 Something for Nothing||7.6 150 Meter Test1.3 What is your Legacy?||Conclusion to Day 11.4 Elevator Speech||1.5 Martin's History||Module 8||Module 8 IntroductionModule 2||8.0 Day 1 Recap Part 1Module 2 Introduction||8.0 Day 1 Recap Part 22.1 Evolution and Revolution||8.1 Thinking vs. Believing2.2 What are Martial Arts?||8.2 5 Tips for Great Instructors2.3 Martial Arts Overlap||8.3 5 Tips for Great Instructors (Continued)2.4 This is not an MMA Course||2.5 Where do we get information?||Module 92.6 Common Errors in Modern Training||Module 9 Introduction2.7 TFW Philosophy 101||9.1 Current State of Metabolic Training||9.2 Real Purposes of Training and Illogical 4Module 3||9.3 Metabolic Methods and Rule 1Module 3 Introduction||9.4 EPOC and HRV3.1 Q&A and Rule #1 Don't Do Something For Nothing||9.5 Work to Rest Ratios3.2 Rule 2 Follow a Logical Progression||9.6 Concept of Minimal Effective Dose3.3 Rule 3 Everything is Assessment||3.4 Rule 4 Manage What You Measure||Module 103.5 Rule 5 Warmup Is The Cornerstone||Module 10 Introduction3.6 Rule 6 Pound For Pound||10.1 The Bar Complex and Kettlebell Complex3.7 Rule 7 Strength Before Power||10.2 Energy Circuit Training and Injury3.8 Rule 8 Earn Your Exercise||10.3 Tools used during Energy Circuits3.9 Rule 9 Increase Strength and Mental Fortitude||10.4 Sample Warmup "Quick Version"3.10 Rule 10 Stand For Something or Fall For Anything||10.4 Sample Warmup "Quick Version" Part 2||10.5 Sample Energy Circuit 6 MinModule 4||10.6 Sample Energy Circuit 4 MinModule 4 Introduction||4.1 Four Step Process of Evaluation||Module 114.2 Understanding Warrior Anatomy||Module 11 Introduction4.3 Five Areas of Weakness In Every Warrior||11.0 Test Review4.4 Five Areas of Tightness In Every Warrior||11.1 History of Tabata4.5 Overview of the 8 Point Mobility Screen||11.2 History of the Hurricane4.6 Performance of the Screen Part 1||11.3 How the Hurricane Works4.7 Performance of the Screen Part 2||11.4 Category 1 Hurricane4.8 Evaluation Leads to Prehab||11.5 Category 2 Hurricane||11.6 Category 3 HurricaneModule 5||11.7 Category 4 HurricaneModule 5 Introduction||11.8 Category 5 Hurricane5.1 Purposes of the Warmup||11.9 Sample Tabata Workout5.2 Concept of Pandiculation||11.10 Sample Hurricane Workout5.3 The Four Parts of the TFW Warmup||5.4 Why Sprinting is Important in TFW||Module 125.5 Body Weight Exercises and Warrior Challenges: Performance Tests||Module 12 Introduction5.6 Performance Tests Continued||12.1 Weight Loss with Daniel Gracie5.7 Performance Tests Continued||12.2 Performance Nutrition 5 Reasons to Get Someone Interested||12.3 Performance Nutrition 6 Habits for SuccessModule 6||12.4 The Warrior "20" FoodsModule 6 Introduction||12.5 The Warrior ""10" Supplements6.1 Intro to Advanced Training Concepts||12.6 Recovery Methods6.2 Partner Training||6.3 Recovery Training with the Sled||Conclusion Day 26.4 Posterior Chain||6.5 Isometrics||6.6 Accommodating Resistance||6.7 Plyometrics|