What a $250 training

session looks like

If you're trainer at the West Hollywood or San Diego personal training internship studying to get your SUF-CPT, you'll have to shadow personal training sessions from experienced trainers. Here's an example of a class in West Hollywood where Chris takes a student through a FULL BODY workout. Using the evaluation sheet below, how did Chris do? How can you become better as a personal trainer? The average textbook trainer has NEVER been trained or had a training session observed. If you want to standout in the “saturated” personal training market, be different! You need to get trained (hire a trainer), have your training sessions observed – supervised experience is what'll help you become an ELITE trainer.

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3 responses to “What a $250 training session looks like”

  1. Agewythgrace@gmail.com Avatar
    Agewythgrace@gmail.com

    Great informative session. Will try the Chris dips in my next workout ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Looks like a great workout! Cant wait for my session with Chris soon ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. ih181@hotmail.com Avatar
    ih181@hotmail.com

    This was really cool to see. Chris was a leader the entire time. The client got an guided experience that was interesting and uncommon. Chris asked questions throughout the workout to get to know the person and develop a relationship. Once you experience something like that everything else is sub par. I recently watched a "trainer" at Planet Fitness guide two new ladies through an arm workout and he only showed them the movement and watched. There was nothing creative about it. He even let their form get sloppy without any advice. I know why they only get paid $13 dollars for that job.

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