Gain access to some of the best free resources in the fitness industry. Tackle the resources below to learn how to write better training programs, get your clients moving better, and get more effort out of your clients and athletes!
A 1-stop-shop guide filled with the best resources from all over the fitness & performance industry from the leading industry professionals, so you no longer have to waste time searching for the best articles, podcasts, books, courses, or social media accounts.
This 20 minute presentation, reviews 4 SIMPLE RULES that will help you get your clients moving better, WHILE still getting 80-90% of a training effect from the loading. In other words, we can still get our clients strong and powerful without turning them into walking refrigerators.
This presentation will define athleticism, discuss barriers for inactive clients, and strategies to incorporate athletic qualities into training programs for all levels. You will also learn organization strategies for your programming, such as checkpoints and checklists.
One of the most important variables for success and positive outcomes with clients is EFFORT. However, most of the people that we work with tend to UNDER-estimate effort. So, shouldn't we prioritize effort? YES! This presentation will show you how to design training programs around effort. You can also download the Training Program Template used in this presentation for free!
This handbook will help you organize your training programs, navigate long term development, and determine where to start with clients and athletes. This handbook will also help you determine what variables to prioritize, progress, and manage for three categories of clientele; youth, young adult, and adults.
Checkout this list of guest articles and podcasts from Michelle! Each article and podcast will directly link you to the original, full resource. Topics range from organizing the best warm-up, to tri-planar athletic development, to key programming variables, to managing allostatic overload, and to the best single leg deadlift variations.