4Q Map

The 4Q Programming Map is a tool we can use to help contextualize a gameplan for achieving a client’s goals.  Map exercises a client currently does to accomplish their goal Provide benefits of those exercises (compliment) Then introduce goal-relevant, yet novel exercises from other quadrants  After the initial training session or exercise demo, we can […]

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Workout Signature

In the second element of the 4C’s, we like to use the Workout Signature as a means to create visual equity on how the gym or a personal trainer adds value to the member’s experience. Feel free to use the Workout Signature as part of your consultation or tour.  […]

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Creating Safety

How to lower threat, create safety for the member and build trust: Your intention is about adding value to the member’s experience Avoid conflicting with the member’s worldview Ask Questions and Actively Listen Questions you might ask: What have you enjoyed about your fitness experiences…and why? What have you not enjoyed? What’s been your worst […]

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Creating Connection On the Gym Floor

When connecting with a gym member on the floor, you want to be able to add value to their current experience. Here’s a few items to consider when engaging with a member off of the floor: Take the initiative to introduce yourself at an appropriate time Anticipate and respect the fact the member may not […]

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Creating Connection with a New Member

When connecting with a New Member, think about what might this individual be going through anticipate potential concerns address these concerns before they have a chance to bring it up setting expectations of your initial engagement what expectations does the client have […]

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