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!!
First, congratulations on your new job! I think it would be helpful to think in terms of each client as having individualized needs as opposed to just filling up 45 minutes of time.
You will need to develop a plan for each client depending on their current level of fitness, goals, and any joint limitations/injuries, etc… It is really hard to tell you how to fill up that time, but some general guidelines of their program should include cardio, strength, and flexibility. Start with proper form and stability exercises. I would include warm up, stabilization exercises, strength exercises, cardio, and stretching. Again, it will depend on each client, and that will be up to you to assess their starting level and put together their program.
Good luck to you.