Needs Analysis for Sports Online

Traditionally, how to perform a needs analysis is either described in very technical terms in a bio-mechanics book or on a few pages in a training text books. In contrast, Needs Analysis: The Foundation of Success with the Flexible Periodization Method is designed as the most comprehensive, yet practical manual on how to create a needs analysis that you will find anywhere. 

Needs Analysis: The Foundation of Success with the Flexible Periodization Method (49 page manual + 14 videos) will help you 

  • Get your athlete or fitness clients to achieve results faster – even if you have never worked with their sport before – with our proprietary 6 Step Process for creating an accurate needs analysis.

  • Become more confident and convincing in explaining your training ideas to the sport coach and athlete by truly understanding the needs of their sport.

  • Ensure that the strength and conditioning fitness training transfers to the sport performance.

  • Gain confidence in taking on athletes from new sports by learning how to create an accurate needs analysis of the sport. 

After purchasing the course, return to and 

  • log in from the main menu using the email address and password you created when you registered for the course.

  • You will land on the materials page for the course.  

  • When you return to the site and log in, you will see a My Courses listing in the main menu. If you have registered for more than one Yes To Strength course you will see the access to all courses on your My Courses page.

Register for Needs Analysis Online - $135.60

Continuing Education Credits

You can earn 7 CPTN CECs for this course. A 30-question multiple choice quiz must be completed and a grade of 70% or higher achieved in order to complete the course and earn continuing education credits. To access the quiz, log on to the Examinations page on and find the quiz listing for this course. (additional fee applies)

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All information contained on is intended for use by individuals who are healthy, injury-free adults aged 18 years and older who possess sound knowledge and skill execution of strength training exercises and their application and a thorough understanding of proper exercise technique and their application. We urge you to exercise care and caution when attempting any of the exercises, combinations, tips and strategies mentioned and to seek competent help and counsel from trained medical or fitness experts before beginning any new exercise program, or if you have any questions about your health. and Karsten Jensen are neither responsible nor liable for any harm or injury resulting from use of the information described herein.