Tailoring a training plan you need is never too late

What is missing from most of these models is a very clear indication as to how to create it.

As you’re building a program, remember that you have control and the power to make your program, your own. Don’t ever lose sight of this. Use this space to tell yourself, or your clients, when you are planning the next phase. Have all that you’re not doing at the moment on the line.


If you’re not sure, that’s fine. You can always edit. Start with the top three and move down. If you’re not sure, then find out from the client, or from whoever needs it, what they want to grow, what they want to do differently, and how you can help them grow. Then do what you can to create the next phase. When you work with a client, you are creating an opportunity for your growth. You are creating a new opportunity to grow at this point. Don’t let yourself forget that. Don’t let your clients forget that either. As you’re working with clients, when they do ask what you’re doing, don’t give them a straight-up answer – instead, tell them, “I think you’re on a good path. I just need to help it along.” This is more accurate for you and more accurate for the client.

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What your clients want to grow, is to become a better version of you. When you can help them to get there, it’s a good start. As you’re working with clients, don’t forget that you are a coach, not a therapist. You cannot make someone better or get them back in the game. There is no magic wand – but you can help your clients to feel better about themselves and teach them the science of fitness and ropeflow.