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Training the 5 Types of Fitness Clients

by: Nick Tumminello

Ex Rx

And why it’s so important to make room for general health and fitness enthusiasts.

approved quiz 2: Page 92 Most fitness professionals tailor their programming to five kinds of clients, who have five distinct training goals.Reviewing the client types and their specific workout needs is helpful because it illustrates a divergence between what most trainers like to do and what most clients actually want. If we’re honest with ourselves as an industry, it’s probably true that we most readily identify with athletes, bodybuilders and people trying to lose weight, while our clients are most

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IDEA Fitness Journal, Volume 12, Issue 10

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About the Author

Nick Tumminello

Nick Tumminello IDEA Author/Presenter

Nick Tumminello is the director of Performance University and is a nationally-recognized coach and educator who is known for his smarter approach to strength and conditioning. He is the developer of the Core Bar™ and has authored numerous best-selling DVDs. Nick lives in Ft.Lauderdale, Florida, where he serves as the conditioning coach for Team Ground Control MMA. Certification: ACE CEC provider for: ACE