FIT301B: Personal Fitness Training

Quick Look

  • 48 Sessions over 10 Weeks
  • 3 Individual Workout Sessions per Week
  • 1 Team Training Session per Week
  • 1 Guided Mobility/Recovery Session per Week

Testing & Tracking

Includes a re-assessment of:

Establishment of first-time maxes for:

  • 2 Min Double Under Test

Includes possible re-assessment of:

  • 1 Mile Run (Aerobic capacity)
  • Push/Pull (Strength Capacity)
  • Squat Therapy (Mobility)
  • 2 Min Burpee Test (Anaerobic Capacity)
  • PLT4M MetCon (Overall Fitness)

Description:

The perfect program for athletes that are serious about their fitness, but don’t desire to throw around barbells or heavy weights every day (or that do not have regular access to such equipment). While “strength” will absolutely be worked in, the emphasis here is on movement, work capacity, and conditioning. Over the course of the program, athletes will work through a multitude of movement variations, from bodyweight to loaded MBs/DBs/KBs/etc, and do so with varying weight, volume, and intensity. Each day’s main “workout” will be unique, keeping things both fun and challenging, and helping all athletes to develop true all-around fitness and performance.

DAILY SCHEDULE:

Every session begins with a outline of the daily goals and how to approach each element of training. Then, we provide a guided dynamic warm up with position-specific mobility, followed by in-depth movement prep. Many days will include accessory work aimed at strength development and injury prevention as well. Then, the bulk of our training time is dedicated to the daily “Finisher”. Finishers combine movements and fitness elements into varying time domains and formats, designed to constantly engage and motivate for the best results.

 

REQUISITES:

Being a “300-Level” program, Personal Fitness is intended only for experience athletes. Athletes should already have had a thorough education on all things training. From basic movement patterns to the execution of compound resistance lifts, each athlete should be well-versed in all forms of fitness. Ideally, each 100- and 200-Level program has already been completed. It is NOT for first-timers.

GREAT FOR:

Students and athletes who have a complete education on all things fitness and performance and are looking to take training into their own hands for the first time without a special focus on strength training or athletic performance.

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