Community Workouts (Week 10)

Want to experience the programming in action? Each week, volunteers from the IoM community will lead you through a virtual community workout that incorporates many of the IoM philosophies. There’s no better learning environment than to see how other coaches put what you’re learning into practice. Come join us for a Community Virtual Workout! PS. […]

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Tequila and Coffee with Johnny & DP (Week 10)

Welcome to Tequila and Coffee with Johnny and DP!  In this Virtual Social Hour, we’ll meet on a Zoom Meeting (camera and audio on for everyone, although optional). Johnny and DP will facilitate a discussion on all things health, fitness and community. We invite you to join us in this casual, laid back environment as […]

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Onboarding 13:50

The “My Health and Performance Experience” to help you identify a client’s values and perspectives around exercise and health. This is a critical step in the onboarding process as it gives you relevant insight on what you should program for your client; engaging in strategies they desire and avoiding types of exercise that may greatly […]

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Guidelines: Programming Health 08:13

Guidelines for programming for the general health and well-being client include: Programming should be Client-Centered, i.e. allow the client to dictate the type of training to explore using the onboarding questionnaires discussed in a previous lesson A variable approach that tackles numerous training themes and uses all 4Q within each session 30Day programs work well […]

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Guidelines: Maintenance Programs 01:58

Not all Programs need to be tailored to creating adaptations. Sometimes, there are periods where the goal is to sustain adaptations achieved from previous training endeavours before the next bout of adaptive training. This is where Maintenance Programs are useful. Guidelines for Maintenance Programs: A Daily Readiness Assessment should govern most of the training experience […]

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Guidelines: Recreational Athlete 12:01

Guidelines for programming for the Rec Athlete: Use the Recreational Athlete Onboarding Questionnaire to gain specific insight into the needs of the athlete For deconditioned clients, Focus on 4Q Mobility, Movement Strength, and Aerobic Conditioning in their first month In Month 2, you may consider introducing Acceleration and Deceleration along with High Intensity  In Month 3, […]

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