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Personal Training

Exercise Principles

Every Personal Trainer should have The Exercise Principles as a foundation for their programme design work with clients. Exercise Principles:  What Every Personal Trainer Should Know by Heart With 79% of adults participating in sport and recreation activities every week and 34.9% of adults currently signed up to a fitness club or center, it’s fair…

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Exercise Selection

In health and fitness it’s about keeping it simple by delivering personal training and fitness instruction that is effective, simple and progressive. This article covers some of the basics in selecting resistance exercises and encourages you to generate a list of ‘go to’ exercises that will help to: Keep your clients safe Provide value to…

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Time Under Tension

3 sets of 10 reps… Everyone does it, but why? This article unlocks some of the power in using Time Under Tension (TUT) within exercise prescription for Personal Training clients. A good understanding of TUT will: Help you to write better programmes for your Personal Training clients Help you to clearly explain why you have…

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Personal Training Attribution Theory

This article discusses why it is so important for a Personal Trainer to find out what a client believes is the cause of their success or failure.  It then shows you how you can use this knowledge to have happier more committed clients. Attribution Theory: It’s Not Whether You Win or Lose, It’s How You…

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Gym Hazard Identification Guide

As a fitness club owner or manager this brief guide will help you with the hazard identification process that is required within the occupational health and safety system in New Zealand. Keeping your club safe and your documentation up to date can help immensely if there are any issues on your shop floor. A Guide…

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