My older clients don't "jump" due to bladder issues, joint issues and potential falling issues.
However, I do make sure we implement weight bearing exercises that are safe and sensible and fit into their training protocol.
I briefly looked at the intro page
The guy was a bit overzealous
Can you compare this to what other organizations have to offer and which one will provide you with the best educational experience possible?
Ultimately it comes down to personal motivation and desire in this business.
I wouldn't say you have to "go out of your way"
I would suggest thinking in terms of wholesome, balanced, complex carbs such as black rice, sweet potatoes, yams, whole grain, dense foods.
Balanced intake will get you a better out take
Boxing and Kickboxing can be incorporated into your program right now
It's a great way to "mix things up"
I have many clients who box during personal training.
It's a great stress release and very empowering
Along with what everyone else has said, I would set SMART goals: and work very closely with this client
It's not just about the excess weight, there are emotional ties to work with also.
It may be beneficial to be certified within this area of training.
Working with morbidly obese individuals...
It would depend on the person. If I had a client who thinks they are working out "hard enough"but not achieving results, I will insist on having them workout while wearing a heart rate moniter to check it out.
I think they are imperative for "cardiac patients" or high risk clients.
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