Students spend six days on UHP’s 500-acre campus located in northwest Arkansas and learn from world class subject matter experts on how to holistically develop of physical, mental, and emotional fitness. Students practice identifying how to align daily actions with goals and values and a variety of coaching skills (e.g. active listening, feedback, behavior change). Graduates are empowered and equipped to optimize their own health and performance through their custom Blueprint Plan. As a result of their experience at UHP, graduates become more present, focused, and recharged, ready to add value back to their communities with their expertise in strength and conditioning, mental health, physical recovery, and communication skills.
Graduates earn a UHP Certification as a Human Performance Integrator and a Mental Health First Responder.
A tactical version of this course offers training and preparation for the Tactical Strength and Conditioning Coach Facilitator (TSAC-F) Certification.
The curriculum is composed of four main blocks of education defined by four primary categories, encompassing a total of 54.5 hours.