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Personal Training. Level II

Aeromix Fitness Training Center, Gedimino pr.16, Centro Passage, 2nd Floor, Vilnius
  • Euro Education
  • Aeromix
€130
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This workshop ,,Personal Training Level II” is intended for trainers who want to conduct personal training not at the gym! During personal workout, you can train your clients in different ways: at home, in the park, in group sessions in the hall, in the gym ….. in a variety of strength exercises with the equipment, or just with your body weight, Pilates exercises or aerobics, swimming or playing tennis, but most important is to teach your clients to do the exercises correctly and in accordance with professional personal training methodology. You are not restricted, except for own customers wishes and demands. In this seminar, you will learn how to conduct a personal workout using the training program and you will be able to adapt your knowledge to each client demands.
Workshop ,,Personal Training” will conduct a professional personal traion of fitness, teacher – Svetlana Pugacheva (Russia).

Attention !!! It is important !!! We recommend you to sign up to level II after you made level I of “Personal Training” .

Workshop will be held in the russian language, but you will get lithuanian translation.

Organizers are free to make program changes.

1st day

Time Description Lesson Format
9:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-13:00 Advantages and disadvantages of a fitness trainer at work: work specifics and differences, working with different groups of people (businessmen, housewives, students, pensioners and others).
Psychological of working with customers aspects: simply cliente, difficult client, regular client. How to choose the right training to the client.
13:00-14:00 Lunch.
14:00-17:00 Theory and methodology of fitness training: training features of different age categories of people.
Fitness workout guidance technology: fitness testing. Ability to perform basic mandatory testing. Strength training, endurance training, cardio-training, training for children.The main strength endurance, flexibility, balance, posture correction exercises and technique, using a variety of inventory (elastic bands, “step” platforms, gymnastic balls, burdened balls, weights, etc.). Practice in pairs and groups.

2nd day

Time Description Lesson Format
9:30-12:30
Fitness workout features: training features of different ages of people. Flexibility. Anatomy and physiology. Balance, flexibility, stretching workouts. Working with health problems having people.
Training cycle features: planning and development of short and long term training programs
12:30-13:30 Lunch.
13:30-16:00 Exercise and nutrition combination to get different purposes: fitness nutrition. Balanced nutrition and diet recommendations.Guidance plan of training for different clients, depending on the age and physical condition (by using a variety of inventory: gymnastic balls, jump rope, weights, body bars, TRX etc.)
Feedback of workshop. Euroeducation certificates awards.

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