Without a Robust Client Assessment, You’re Missing the Mark, Expert Coaches Say

November 27, 2020 by
Credit: Active Life Rx

If you’re not assessing clients individually before throwing them into group classes, you’re doing them a disservice, say three highly-respected companies -- Active Life Rx, Level Method and OPEX Fitness -- all of whom work with coaches and affiliate owners to help their clients move better and deliver more effective training programs.

What they’re saying: A thoughtful initial assessment is necessary to expose a client’s capacity, as well as to determine appropriate movement selection for that individual, both of which are required to lay out an effective long term fitness plan, explained Sean Pastuch, the Founder of the Active Life Rx, Georgia Smith, Coaching Education Advisor at OPEX, and Nathan Holiday, the CEO of Level Method. 

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