Recovery is an essential tool and separates elite trainers from average. The TFM course includes the best practices from Fascial Stretch Therapy, Muscle Activation Techniques, and Functional Range Conditioning into one advanced system.
Delivering results across the five pillars of fitness is the cornerstone standard of PT service. When you are a newly certified trainer, your ability to deliver on these standards is based on the consistent application of simple methods.
For example, to assist clients with nutrition, new trainers can teach clients how to log food to help them make choices with their nutrition that line up with calorie and macronutrient recommendations. Trainers often pursue additional certifications like Precision Nutrition Level 1 or the NASM Certified Nutrition Coach to provide better service via nutrition. These courses provide a deeper understanding of nutrition science AND the coaching methods that support better service to clients.
When it comes to mobility, this typically looks like some foam rolling and stretching during the warm-up and, hopefully, additional stretching at the end of the session. A trainer who focuses on providing service not just in but also beyond the session may also recommend additional stretching for clients to perform on their own. Clients may take on extra flexibility-based movement on their own, like a yoga class. All these choices require the client to take an active role in improving their flexibility. Their pain, discomfort, or unwillingness to do so creates a block in many cases. These blocks can get in the way of moving better, feeling great and training more effectively.
Recently, Fitness World trainers had the opportunity to learn more about recovery via the Hypervolt course on Club Connect and the in-club Hypervolt workshop. The TFM course is the next step in delivering effective and highly sought-after movement and recovery-based services in client sessions. This course qualifies trainers to level up and is pre-approved for CECs through NASM. In this highly practical & hands-on course, you’ll learn table-based assessments for functional flexibility and joint ROM, the science behind fascial-based flexibility & mobility improvements, and you’ll learn both the lower and upper body sequences to offer clients.
Completing the practice hours and earning your TFM certification means you’ll be able to offer 25- & 50-minute sessions, increase client frequency with this new service and assist your teammates in serving their clients with this unique offering.
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