Get More Effort Out Of Your Clients:

Learn How To Coach & Program Different Types of Effort

One of main variables for success and positive outcomes with clients is EFFORT. However, most of the people that we work with tend to UNDER-estimate effort and one of the hardest things to extract from the people that you coach is effort. 

So, why don't we place more emphasis on effort?

The following presentation will teach you,

  • How to teach clients different types of effort with coaching cues
  • How to use effort in training program and planning
  • And how to build a training system around effort to improve communication, drive intent, and create a unique branding message

Organize your training sessions with different types of effort and watch your clients rave about their results!

Download a free training program template related to different types of effort with the button below. 

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Never Question Your EXERCISE Selection Again

I speak from personal experience, as a personal trainer, when I say it can be challenging to navigate through all of your client’s aches, pains, and movement hiccups. 

In a social media guru filled world, there is so much information about magic corrective exercises to FIX your clients movement struggles. 

We then think we are Harry Potter and build out our sessions and training programs around these corrective exercises. 

BUT, what ends up happening is that our fitness TRAINING sessions start feeling like a bad physical therapy experience.

Our clients are not TRULY becoming better movers. Our clients are not TRULY gaining muscle or looking better in a bathing suit.

They are in no man's land, not getting results, and being held back. Not to worry though!

The NEW Position Principles course will both provide you with the knowledge and application tools to get your clients moving better WHILE still making gains in the weight room.  

Check out this quick and concise course that will help you to avoid leaving behind the greatest factor in getting your clients and athletes to move better!

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