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!!
Congratulations on the job! I would spend the the first 5-15 minutes of the session working on some mobility limitations. Foam rolling, static stretches, dynamic stretches, etc. Just get them to move better. If you have not heard of Functional Movement Screening, check it out. It is important to improve our client’s movement quality along with their work capacity.
After that I would focus on 1 or 2 strength exercises. Squats, pulls, or presses. 5-8 reps with long rest (90 seconds at least).
Once you have done this, do your AMRAP and HIIT session. You won’t get the same benefit by putting your strength work into the HIIT. You will be working a different energy system at that time. Hope this helps!