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CSCS Exam Guide - Study Guide and Resource for Passing the CSCS Exam! CSCS Exam Guide My Journey and Study Guide for Taking the CSCS Exam and becoming a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Navigation Home The Book! Practice Questions Resources Getting Started What is a CSCS? Total Cost Practice Exams External Resources Connect About Home ? Updates – Book tips, NSCA Lawsuit, and other Posted by Julian on Oct 30, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments Hi Everyone! First I want to take the time to thank all of my readers and book purchasers. I do enjoy helping people learn, and this blog and my book have been a great medium to do that in. First off I want to talk about the NSCA lawsuit, then some tips about what to do if you fail a section of the exam…to buy my book or not to buy it. NSCA vs. Crossfit A study was released in the NSCAs journal claiming participants in crossfit experienced a 16% rate of injury. After crossfit sued, investigated, deposed, litigated, and received sworn statements from the participants…it would appear some data were falsified and the NSCA has issued a correction to it’s study. Bad news for the NSCA, and disappointing for me and you. NSCA is a non-profit that works to disseminate good information about strength and coniditioning…but over the years I’ve seen a few things: The removal of all paper based practice exams (which used to cost about $65 in total for three practice exams) Moving to completely digital material (and an increase in price…which makes you wonder, it’s now cheaper to dole out as there is nothing to print, yet it costs more…hrmm) Updating of the textbook from 3rd to 4th edition, a classic move by book publishers to make more money so older editions aren’t resold & reused CSCS Practice Exams – No longer available in paper format. Instead for a meager $500 you can buy online material! Yes, all these things could be completely benign. The cost hikes could all be going to pay for the web development of the online material, etc. But it does make you wonder…and now there is the lawsuit where clearly false claims were made. But they are not-for-profit! There are plenty of not-for-profits that manage to become corrupt. Increasing their own salaries is one, and i’m sure there are others That being said, NSCA CSCS will still remain a sought after certification. Let’s hope the NSCA gets a bit of a wake up call to really go after their mission and remain true to scientific principles. Now, onto other topics! If you have failed one section of the exam DEFINITELY: Buy the book if you failed the science portion BUY: If you failed the practical/applied by a small amount, because much of the practical applied hinges on a solid foundation in science. If you read the book cover to cover and don’t find it helpful, just ask for the refund and you’ll get it no questions ask. Do not send me a message 15minutes after buying the book asking for a refund, I’ll give it to you…but I’ll also give you crap for being lazy. DO NOT: If you failed practical/applied by A LOT. This is where my book is weakest, which isn’t really surprising since I’m an engineer – science is where I’m strongest. Instead you should probably spend time in a gym, training people, shadowing a trainer. Watch people move their bodies. Then really work on the word problems/scenarios. Read More Reader Question – Isokinetic CSCS Exam Questions Posted by Julian on Sep 19, 2014 in Reader Question | 2 comments When somebody buys my book, I always send them an email from my personal account telling them they should feel free to ask me any questions they might have. Yesterday I had a great question from one that I wanted to share with you guys. A fair number of people write to me after having not passed one of the portions – so I felt this was relevant. I took the CSCS exam in July and failed unfortunately. I didn’t fail by much, but before I take the exam again, I want to master everything and not leave it up to hoping that I get a few more questions that are more up my alley. I messed up on the Scientific Foundations and was significantly under-prepared for that. I figured my 2 years working as a trainer would be enough (along with just reading through the chapters), but it was not. I failed the Exercise Science and Programming Section by just a few points, much to my surprise. I felt very comfortable with the content, and breezed through the section, but I believe my failing was due to messing up/confusing the order of exercises when testing vs. when having athletes work out. The book, if I’m not mistaken, admits there is some leeway with order when administering evaluations, but in general, on p. 245 they list the accepted order. It just wasn’t entirely clear to me what the safest administration order is, and when you get a question where they give you a scenario, you can find two answers that are very similar and it’s hard to distinguish. I also got tied up on some of their anatomy questions. (side note, here’s my question for you: they use the term “isokinetic” quite a bit in the book, and on my test, but the book never EXPLICITLY defines it, as far as I could find. It seems it means “constant speed” in relation to exercises, but I had a number of questions on my exam that used the term and it didn’t always seem like “constant speed” was relevant) Anyway, any insight you can share would be appreciated. Thanks for taking the time to read this if you do. My Response: This happens fairly often in my experience, so don’t beat yourself up about it. Your second go around you have the right attitude for passing – mastery is the way to go. Going for “good enough” often results in failing by a small margin. The isokinetic questions are there as a way to trip up people who don’t pay attention to details. Iso is a greek root for constant, kinetic is movement. So isokinetic is constant speed. There is no practical use for isokinetics – it’s purely a scientific exercise to find out more about muscles. You need a special device to do isokinetic testing, a device that can control the speed and adjust versus force output. There’s a funny looking graph in the book that most people don’t understand on page 78. It tells us a lot about eccentric, concentric, extensors, and flexors and their relative strength under those different contractions. For example, flexors under an eccentric load are the strongest, especially at around -90deg/s. Little niche topics like these are extremely important in the exam. They don’t take up a lot of space in the book, but they are confusing and frustrating. They take a lot more time to study. Spend a a lot of time on these topics and really get them down, because as you can tell the NSCA likes to get you on these. Commit that graph on page 78 to memory, be able to draw it on your scratch paper come exam day. More Comments I want to stress the need to strive for mastery, in all topics of the CSCS exam. Blowing sections off or glossing over parts that seem irrelevant is... Whois

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