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Where Common Sense Meets Creativity

by Don Bahneman, MS

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Description

As fitness professionals, we interact with thousands of people daily in the pursuit of improved health. Through our individual blend of education, certification(s) and field experiences, we help recommend and create innovative and progressive ways to improve the people we interact with. While diversity within our programs is always encouraged, there is a delicate balance that needs to be maintained—between common sense and creativity. Having a balance between common sense and creativity will allow your clients to maximize their potential and minimize their risk for injury by working smarter to a new level of health and fitness. In this DVD, we will explore some of the potential pitfalls for the fitness professionals and turn them into successes for the clients.

This is a live recorded session from the 2008 IDEA World Fitness Convention™.


By Don Bahneman, MS

Video Chapters

1. Introduction
2. Welcome to the battle
3. Look at the BIG Picture
4. Painting the portrait for your client
5. Newton's Law has nothing to do with it
6. You want me to do what!?!
7. Picking the right exercises

About the Presenter

Don Bahneman, MS

Don Bahneman, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

Don Bahneman has worked in the health and fitness industry since 1994. Holding undergraduate degrees in Athletic Training and Sports Management, and Graduate work in Human Performance, Don brings a strong educational background to the personal training industry. Having managed and directed teams since 2002, Don has a proven track record of exceeding expectations in customer satisfaction. Unlike many online coaches or trainers, Don has “walked the walk” and is willing to share his career knowledge with you to get in shape! As a national presenter, Don has educated the fitness industry on various topics since 2003. Also, Don is an accredited author and contributor in textbooks, magazines, television, radio and various online outlets. Don is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and personal trainer and holds over twelve additional specialty certifications covering corrective exercise, Russian kettlebells, bodyweight training, and nutrition. With experiences training some of the very best athletes in the major sports to working with clients after having serious medical issues (strokes, heart attacks, Parkinson’s and orthopedic issues) and everything in between, Don has taken a personal challenge of getting the best from each client and make them not only better, but well equipped for the long haul!