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Implementing and Planning Fitness Training.

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I am a personal fitness trainer who has to plan and implement four training sessions (two each) for my two nearest clients. I will start off by producing a pre-exercise questionnaire and find out the clients aims and objectives. Client 1: Name: Terri Turner Age:17 Gender: Female Weight:55kg Height: 160cm Telephone:02076253768 Doctors name: Dr Williams Address: Kilburn Clinic Telephone: 02076539768 Do you currently participate in any form of exercise? yes If yes, what exercise do you do? Netball How often do you do this? 5 times a week Once a week Once a month Other (please state) Twice a week LIFESTYLE: Do you drink alcohol? Occasionally Do you smoke? No Do you suffer from any serious medical conditions? For example: Diabetics Thrombosis/Embolism Heart Disease Epilepsy Asthma No Have you had any operations, injury or illness in the late 5 years? No Will this affect your exercise performance? Are you on any medication for this or receiving any physio? No Do you or have you ever suffered from back pain? No Are you pregnant or recently given birth? No Have you had any history of heart trouble? No Is there a history of circulatory disease in your family? No Do you, or have you ever experienced chest pains? No Do you have any bone or joint disorder that may be aggravated by exercise? ...read more.

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For the next month of Terri's training sessions I will carry on with endurance training sessions, changing the sessions slightly so she does not get bored with them, maybe some sessions outside. I will also include short power sessions for example short sprints up hills; this would be continuous with slow jogs back down the hill to the beginning. Hopefully in a months time terri can do the fitness tests as she did before to see weather the results of the test have improved or not. Client 2: Name: Collin Jones Age: 17 Gender: Male Weight: 65kg Height: 165cm Telephone: 077951851553 Doctors name: Dr Grahams Address: Barnet Clinic Telephone:02084501796 Do you currently participate in any form of exercise? Yes If yes, what exercise do you do? Football training 3 times a week and a game once a week, I also play for a Sunday team and play football at college for fun. How often do you do this? 5 times a week - Once a week Once a month Other (please state) LIFESTYLE: Do you drink alcohol? Occasionally Do you smoke? No Do you suffer from any serious medical conditions? For example: no Diabetics Thrombosis/Embolism Heart Disease Epilepsy Asthma Have you had any operations, injury or illness in the late 5 years? No Will this affect your exercise performance? ...read more.

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Cool down with a slow jog and stretch muscles. This session was also very easy but I am staring Collin off with light sessions then working up slightly harder each time. I noticed that Collin had a very good technique on the rowing machine and he is also very good at doing sit ups. I ensured my clients safety by making sure all the equipment was safe to work on. That Collin had warmed up correctly and enough to reduce to risk of causing injury. Also that the training sessions were not too hard which could cause injury. To ensure that Collin was working towards his objective I was using the machines which works the muscles that he wants to build up. Also increasing the intensity each session should do this so that the work he is doing is effective enough. For the next month of Colins training sessions it will be similar to what we have already done but working to a much higher intensity. We will also use all the different weights machines in the weight room which will help build up the muscles more effectively. Some sessions I thought he could use the machines which work the leg muscles as well (just so he wont have big arms and skinny legs!) In a months time he could repeat the fitness tests he did previously to see weather the results will improve. Fitness Development and Appraisal Carleen Mennie ...read more.

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