The following two videos show how we (the Strictly Bootcamp training team) take clients 1st measurements in order to help them get kickstarted on their path to success.
The measurement is always taken on the first session, in the same way as the videos to ensure that accuracy of measurement is high for each client.
The third video shows how the client will be taking self measurements. They will be sent an email containing the instruction videos every 4-6 weeks to help them and us monitor their progress during their programme.
Any questions regarding usage please simply email: email@example.com
Video 1: How to take a client’s 1st measurements
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- Take client measurements immediately after 1st session writing down and filling out the relevant area on the client’s Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (Par Q).
- Take a before photo of the client on your smartphone directly after training duties have finished for the period, then simply enter the client data and photo from your smartphone here http://www.strictlybootcamp.com/results (password = strictly).
- As soon as this data is entered by you, the client will be emailed their nutrition plan and fat-loss action plans which will help them to start getting results right away
- See video of how to enter the data below
How To Quickly Enter Client Data from your smartphone
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- Goto http://www.strictlybootcamp.com/results
- Enter all the data
- The client receives Nutrition within seconds
- Our administrators get a confirmation email
- Our admin team follow up in a couple of days and make sure client is starting to make some of the adjustments to make their goals actualizable
- Client is more likely to get success and become / remain a happy customer
Client Will receive the following Self-Measurement Video 4 weeks later and every 4 weeks thereafter by email.
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This video makes it nice and simple for our clients to monitor progress whilst hopefully not being neurotic about one result eg Weight. Which we all now is a bugbear of every Personal Trainer when trying to keep the clients having a steady and consistent state of mind and avoid “I’m losing loads of inches but no weight” freak binge attacks.
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