I'm looking to network with other individuals who are certified personal trainers. I'd like to chat about various training models and toss a few ideas back and forth. I'm certified through NASM, and have relied on their OPT model to train numerous clients successfully, but I am curious about other models.
I worked at various gyms some time ago. I'm working by myself now. I have a BS in Exercise Science and Certification on Massage Therapy. If I can help with any tip or advise me know!!
I'm a qualified PT, been working as a PT for the past 2yrs..think this is a great platform where we can just throw around some ideas on various training methods
I held my CSCS certification for 10 years (2001-2011) and found it to provide great resources and networks for those certified. I let my certification run out after getting my masters( 2003) and doctorate(2007) in Physical Therapy. With limited time for training I let the certification run out but still have a great interest in strength/conditioning and overall health. Feel free to ask or bounce ideas off me if you want.
Meeee..But I haven't actually worked as one. I'm working more on myself now :)
What's everyone's thoughts on german volume training (10 sets of a fundamental exercise like bench press/squats)
In December I did a wokrout program by Craig Capurso which involved doing 10 rounds/3 reps maximum weight each day & found it had great results by the end of the 30 days.
I've since modified the workouts but kept the 10 rounds and was wondering what people's thoughts were if you've come across the training method coz pretty soon I'll be going back to muscle-building workout programs now I've reduced my weight down. I've still got arouns 2% bodyfat to cut but I've given myself a timeline of June/July so can afford to bulk up a bit.