Stop screwing around with the one (or ALL) of the following..

  1. A boring routine
  2. Settling for less results than you deserve
  3. Or not starting because you haven’t worked out in years.

Our map below clearly walks you down the method to our madness on how you not only get FIT but Stay FIT for Life!

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Fit for Life Program MAP Game

Here are the BIG take-a-ways…

Step 1; The Introduction

Objective: To learn exactly who you are and exactly what you want.

I’ve said it before… “Every physical body is unique however the requirements for success remain the same.”  We will set up a Phone/In-Person Interview right from the get go to learn about you and find your exact needs, goals and driving force. This is such a powerful step for both of us. In my experience a lot of fitness aficionado’s don’t have a true understanding of why they want to exercise and get healthy. A professional coach can help you find out exactly what makes you tick so you can have the opportunity to true transformational change.

Step 2; Assessment + Fundamentals

Objective: You can’t receive coaching until you’ve officially learned something.

You will get paired up with a coach we feel you’ll connect with—someone you trust with your long term health and fitness needs.
You begin by doing a consultation with this coach, then a movement and baseline fitness assessment, followed by approximately 10-20 personal training sessions (depending on your individual needs). These sessions help identify your current fitness level, your injury history, your strengths and weaknesses and your fitness and body composition goals. Based on the above, you will be given a toolkit to help prepare you to be successful in group classes.

Step 3; Hybrid

Objective: They key component to long term results and accountability.

Once you’re prepared, you will graduate to group classes and will begin a combination of weekly group classes (two to five classes per week), plus periodic personal training sessions with your personal coach. The frequency with which you meet your coach depends on your goals, needs and budget, but is generally once a week, once as month or once a quarter. These sessions will help keep you on track with your goals, and will also provide an opportunity to address what’s working and what’s not working in classes, so you can adjust accordingly to ensure your continued progress.

TODAY’S WORKOUT

A. EMOTM 8 minutes
(40 seconds on 20 second rest)
Odd: Hip Hike to DB Press
Even: HS Hip Taps or HS Hold

B. For Time:
30 Wallball
300 Run
30 KB Swings
300 Run
60 Box Jumps
300 Run
30 KB Swings
300 Run
30 Wallball
300 Run

Post by Chris; follow me on instagram @mr.cpm