A GREAT RESOURCE FOR ANYONE WANTING TO TAKE THEIR FITNESS TO THE NEXT LEVEL
It all started 10 years ago when I wrote my first program, ever since then I have been obsessed with constructing results producing workout plans. Learning how to write programs that keep clients progressing, injury free, in shape, strong and conditioned is an important skill to have if you're a trainer.
I'm bringing my years of wisdom as a coach together into a hands on environment where I will teach you my how to build workouts for yourself, personal training clients and group fitness classes.
Those who are strength and conditioning coaches know a 1 or 2 day seminar costs thousands of dollars. I have attended many of these, but I usually find it difficult to retain the info overload in the short amount of time. I think learning requires application of new knowledge with the time to digest and reflect what you were taught.
You can look forward to a lot of hands on work, I won't be standing up lecturing the entire time but rather engaging all of you practical demonstrations.
Here's a brief taste of what you will learn.
Learn sequencing for correct warmup:
-List 3 benefits and purpose
-List 3 forms of light aerobic training
B. Fascial release
How to apply the proper techniques and which ones to choose based on what workout you have planned?
-Benefits of SMR
-How to get better results with clients
-Why do adhesions strict ROM
-IT band -Adductors
-Scap, sub scap and supra infraspinatus
C. Joint preparation/ROM drills/Dynamic movement
Learn what movements to perform and which are the highest return on investment for the majority of your clients
Why is it important to bring joints through range of motion?
Why do you need to prepare joints before training?
-Wrists -Ankles -shoulders -hips
Demonstrate dynamic stretching 5 movements
Can you include static stretching?
D. Structural balance/Muscular imbalances/Posture correction/Kinesthetic awareness
Why do you address muscular imbalances?
How do you correct them in warmups?
What are the most common imbalances in general population?
Create 5 Structural balanced supersets for the upper body and lower body
Create 1 structural balance test for the upper body and lower body
E. Programming strength
-Learn the technique of the 7 basic movements
-Learn the progressions and regressions for each of them
-Learn how to periodise for optimal strength
-Learn mobility fixes for each of the movements
-Learn the how to program tempos for the best improvement in mobility
-Demonstrate and correct each of the 7 basic movements
-Provide a regression and progression for Pull-ups, High bar back squats and deadlifts
-Determine and instruct a safe 3 reps max front squat
-How to program for G.P.P
-Periodization for best progress
-Which are the safest movements executed at high intensity
-How to regress and progress conditioning workouts
-Modified strongman for clients
-Task priority workouts
-Time priority workouts
-Lactic acid training
Write 3 of following workouts:
-Modified strong man for beginner
-Task priority workout (Mid length) intermediate trainee
-Write a chipper for General Population group class
G. Recovery methods
-Learn corrective stretching
-Learn meditation/breathing and visualization drills for recovery/client relaxation
-SMR for recovery
-CNS recovery drills
-Demonstrate box breathing and accelerated deep breathing
-Postural restoration techniques
Why is meditation important?
How does this benefit your clients?
Program a 5 minute cool down for a client with recovery breathing and restorative stretches.
This is 10 years of knowledge on how to train the general population with a world class fitness program!
The course will be running Saturday's @ 9am for 90 minutes. The course starts March 12th, 2016 and will run for 1 month.
How much will it cost?
300? Not quite
200? Yes, That's 50 dollars a week to learn a skill you will have for the rest of your life!
email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot or ask any questions you may have.