For people who are just starting to workout, do you recommend doing a “stability phase” before going to the style of training in the app? Or can you start people straight away with your programming while adding in proper mobility and activation drills?
Asking because a lot of trainers I work with do a lot more TRX, kettle bell, and compound movements for beginners rather than isolation work. Is this more appropriate until people can form a mind muscle connection? Thank you!
Thank you so much joe. Where I get confused or concerned I guess would be a better way of saying it, but as far as calorie output. I want to help my clients that want to lose weight and am worried if I’m spending so much time walking them through form on more isolated movements that it won’t happen as quickly as they want it to. If that is the case would you incorporate HIIT into the end of the workout so they still gain the control with the form coaching but also still feel worked at the end of it? Or would you just give them LISS cardio for homework outside of their sessions?
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