How big of a difference can the right kind of supervision make for your High-Intensity Training clients, and how can you use that knowledge to make your marketing more effective?
Dr. James Fisher ( james [dot] fisher [at] solent [dot] ac [dot] uk) joins us to take a deep dive into the importance of supervision during resistance training, and we examine what this means for HIT business owners, trainers, and your clients based on their respective backgrounds and abilities.
We’ll look into the different outcome measures and effects on body composition, as well seeing how much – or how little – of a role factors such as technical coaching, safety, motivation, and accountability play in marketing and delivering the best client experiences.
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- 02:28 – Is there a huge difference in the results you get between working out with a personal trainer and without one? What effects can you expect?
- 11:55 – Types of supervision will differ depending on the type of training and each individual trainee
- 13:59 – Perceptions of training under supervision: enjoyment, accountability, and safety
- 21:08 – How gender differences and training experience determine how important supervision is
- 32:23 – How people who train in different ways perceive supervision in training
- 41:42 – Trainers share their perspectives on supervising different types of trainees and program design
- 44:51 – Understanding Trainee Needs and Supervision Preferences
- 52:40 – The gender divide on the importance of supervision in fitness (and the reasons why)
- 56:52 – How should you use this information in your HIT business?
- 58:13 – Do people care more about safety or technical coaching (and what should this mean to trainers)?
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