Creative Circuits—Five Steps to Better Program Design

by Jesse Dietrick

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Type: Digital Video

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No matter what type of clients you train, a program is the first step toward helping them reach their goals. However, if you are a busy trainer, sometimes programming for a client may not be detailed, fully thought out, or even done at all. In this video, you will learn five effective and efficient tips for better program design using circuits. These tips will ultimately help your clients feel and move better, all while saving you time so that you can give your clients the great training they deserve.

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Jesse Dietrick

Jesse Dietrick IDEA Author/Presenter

Jesse Dietrick is a strength and conditioning coach at Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego, and works with clients of all ages and abilities. He graduated with an exercise science degree from John Carroll University in Cleveland, where he was the captain of the ice hockey team. Jesse is dedicated to motivating others to achieve their personal goals, live a healthy lifestyle and recognize all of the rewards that health brings. Certifications: NSCA-CSCS

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  • by Kate Lee on Jul 29, 2017


  • by Mary Dietrick on Jul 26, 2017

    All the info Jesse gave I used first thing when I got back home. Great job!

  • by Nicole Calucag on Jul 24, 2017

    good info

  • by Breanna Graham on Jul 23, 2017

    Did great for a first time presenter! Great content, easy to follow and excellent options, tips and motivation to constantly learn and meet the client where they are at

  • by Denise Graef on Jul 23, 2017

    I thought the presenter was knowledgeable and engaging and gave definite considerations on planning a circuit.

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