Hi all, I got the job at HCOA Fitness Center as a PT. But they required a 45 minutes session. I’m the one who thinks and belive in shorts workouts like 12-15 minutes Hiit or AMRAP. And it’s difficult to me make a session that long. The 15 minutes warm up on the treadmill can’t be count it as part of the session. Any advice on how to elaborate a 45 minutes session. I’ve been searching on the web for some ideas. Any help will be much appreciate it!!
Are you familiar with myofascial rolling and dynamic movement warm-ups… I usually have each client work on specific stability and dynamic mobility work prior to their actual strength workouts and then incorporating additional core work throughout or between your HIIT segments and or at the completion would also be helpful to most individuals.
Depending on the client spend about 10 minutes with quality movement and tissue work (if you are familiar with it). Then devote the rest of the session in strength and cardio training. 10-15 of actual work is not enough to get results and I’m not sure how you can justify that as personal training. My sessions are usually 60 minutes.
my facility runs 60-minute sessions and I actually find it hard to squeeze it all in! Lots of great tips and advice above. By the time you bring in a decent warm-up, some transitions or mobility, a main phase and a cool down you’ll be wondering where your 45 minutes went.
Have fun with it, engage you clients and change it up. Good luck!!