A typical session is divided into three parts and includes a warm up, skill/resistance training, and a short workout that emphasizes cardiovascular endurance. Workouts usually move through 3-5 different exercises for a set time frame (ex. as many rounds as possible in 10 minutes). Clients will be supported throughout the entirety of the session by their trainer, and they are taught how to move safely and confidently through the movements at a challenging pace. We also use a variety of prompts and methods of communicating depending on the client’s profile. Our ultimate goal is for all of our clients to feel successful in the workouts. By assessing their current level we are able to design an individualized program for them that builds on their unique strengths to also address any areas of weakness.
Before training sessions begin, an initial evaluation must be completed with a head trainer/coach. This involves a short meeting with the caregiver/s, a questionnaire to be completed by the caregiver, and a 30 minute fitness assessment with the client. Upon completion of the evaluation, your coach will present the various training options, make recommendations, and answer questions. Together you will discuss what you would like your child’s program to look like and set up a tentative schedule. The training options, locations, and pricing are listed on the following pages.