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30 Workout Plans, 30 Kids, No Problem.

Writing workout plans is a skill! So how does one go about writing up to 30 workout plans, while ensuring students are building competence and confidence? To be honest, in a group environment, you can’t, but here is how our technology does it. 

If you are a REPerformance customer you have heard this before, you can’t give students something they can succeed at without first knowing where they are at today! So, we must run an assessment! Your assessment should gather information on the 5 basic areas, upper body push, upper body pull, lower body, core and conditioning. Once you have completed the assessment you evaluate the data and decide what movement level each student is at.

Think of levels as the complexity of exercises. Exercises that involve stability that travel through multiple planes or require a high degree of mobility are considered a level 3. Level 2 exercises may challenge one area of complexity but not multiple. Level 1 exercises are basic movements and can be performed in a way that students can focus on the movement itself in a very raw form. 

Putting it all together. Once you have your database of drills you have decided to match your student’s needs, you group them together in a complementary way. The classic groupings are: 

Day 1: push/pull

Day 2: Lower/core

Day 3: Conditioning/core

In a standard 5 day week, your training can either just repeat itself from 1 to 3 or you can put activities such as minor games or yoga in between training days. 

Lastly, we need to cover adaptation. You wouldn’t continually teach the same strain of math all year! You do a quiz, check-in on how well the students understand the material and advance them! Training or exercise is the same, run a reflection day (assessment) and let the students build knowledge on how the program they just did affects them. Celebrate changes in levels and unlock a new set of exercises for them to learn.

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