Coach intensive exercises, positioning and programming
Coaching Blueprint course and one of the things we look at two areas:
1. Elite coaching skills
2. Elite programming skills
And where they cross over, elite program facilitates elite coaching because with structure comes a freedom, but where the crossover is as well is, when you design sessions the balance of coach intensive exercises and movements versus non coach intensive exercises and movements, is really important.
For example, if you’ve got a group of 20 people and you’re doing a super-set or tri-set of Olympic snatch, to Olympic clean, to plyometrics that is not possible to coach effectively in that way.
So designing super-sets and tri-sets and sessions where you intelligently position the coach intensive exercises.
Means that you can then have a reliance on people to do other things.
Okay, whilst you spend and focus 60% of your time on this area here, where people are doing the coach intensive exercises.
And if you take this video as your gym floor you want to be positioned in a corner so you can see everything in the gym.
And you would have a bias towards the areas where people are doing coach intensive exercises.
So programming creates opportunities to deliver coaching in an elite way and that’s why you can’t really have one without the other and your positioning and your design of that session as a coach, facilitates the input and the quality of the results that your clients are going to get.
So just some thoughts if you want to check out the Elite Coaching Blueprint send me a message or hit me up on https://strengthandsuccess.co.uk or on social media @BrendanChaplin.
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