Group training is prime real estate for fitness professionals. There is arguably no better way to change lives.
Even if your business is primarily one-on-one, group training still offers an easy way to add in more, less involved (both for you and the client) workouts, and at a low price point.
But before we get to the video, I want to share with you Guide to Group Training.
I put this guide together to compile some of my thoughts, but it turned out to have a lot of actionable stuff in it.
- Why you should offer group training
- A description of my 3 main work-to-rest protocols (and the energy systems they target)
- The benefit of Finishers
- 3 different ways to control your clients’ training adaptations (you have to think about what you’re trying to accomplish!)
- A table of my favorite exercises and why I would select them
- 3 example workouts with exercises, work:rest protocols, notes on logistics (important!), and other miscellany
Before you move on!
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In this video, I’m going to take you through how I structure the group training classes here at IFAST. You’ll see…
- How I attack specific energy system adaptations,
- 3 example workouts you can try,
- How large group training can make you a better coach.