Everyday Athletes incorporates a unique 6-week programming cycle for all group training clients. The 6-week program provides individual guidance and a tailored plan of attack that is easily incorporated into your lifestyle. With support, education and accountability, you will achieve your goals and have some fun along the way. The 6-week program follows four phases plus a recovery week to allow members to rest, recover and recharge for the next 6-week cycle.
We undertake a 30 minute, individual consultation before your first session and every 6 weeks thereafter.
- We conduct a body composition assessment which includes measuring your weight, lean body mass, hydration and full body fat percentages using nonintrusive scales. This is important so we have a baseline assessment so that we see the progress that you are making on our program.
- We talk to you about your lifestyle – Your stress, your sleep, your social habits and how active you are outside of the gym. We like to know about your lifestyle so we can help tailor your program to ensure you are getting the results you want.
- We work with you to break down long term goals into simple, achievable steps so you can focus on them and make meaningful progress.
Using the results from your assessment we work with you to develop a Plan of Attack that is realistic and will help you achieve your goals. It contains:
- Weekly training schedule
- Body Composition assessment results
- Long and short term goals
- Nutrition information and reminders
- Tips to make lifestyle changes easier
Through your weekly training, your progress is monitored so you can see your achievements and you receive the support and encouragement of other members and trainers.
We know nothing motivates you more than seeing your hard work deliver the results you want. Every 6 weeks the Assessment phase is repeated, to ensure you are on track to achieving your goals. If any changes are required, we can then implement then. Strength and fitness Personal Best’s (PB’s) are recorded for all members who chose to participate. This is a fun way to challenge yourself to improve your performance on the gym floor.