Road Map for Personal Fitness Development

Fitness Assessment

When starting a new fitness program, the first thing that should be done is get a fitness assessment. Fitness testing includes a series of measurements that help determine the health status and physical fitness of an individual.

A fitness assessment helps to determine current health conditions, risks or limitations, as well as identify their fitness goals, interests and motivation for exercising. The following areas to should be measured:

  • Blood Pressure
  • Body Fat
  • Cardiovascular Endurance
  • Flexibility
  • Muscular Strength

After determining an individual’s goals, it could be that one-on-one coaching will help them achieve their best results. It will certainly help them get there faster and safer. Coaches can provide dynamic workouts that combine resistance training, cardio workouts, functional fitness, core training and flexibility. In each personal training session, a coach should utilize a variety of highly effective methods to get results.

fitness training

What to expect from a good coaching program:

  • One on One with Fitness Training Specialist
  • Session times and days are scheduled to accommodate Individual
  • Fitness Assessment will be performed at the beginning and throughout the program
  • Personalized Program
  • Phone and Email Support

Whether your goal is to improve speed and agility, pack on lean muscle tissue, decrease body fat, boost strength and power, or make your way back from an injury, a coach can provide you with the right plan to achieve your goals. Nearly all high-level athletes work with a coach or trainer. It’s a partnership that allows the athlete to focus on training and competition while the coach handles the workout details.

People have many reasons for starting a fitness program including weight/body fat loss, body transformation, preventative health, functional training, and corrective/injury prevention exercise or just to get in the best shape of their life! A coaching program is for those individuals who are capable of training on their own, but need professional assistance in having a training program designed for them.