RE:TEAC

Welcome to the training academy and the RE:TEACH Personal Trainer leadership programme.

Improve your ability to influence and retain your clients through learning my framework of what has worked for me for over 25 years of coaching. You will experience my take on:

  • understanding of movement – through the ROAM cycle
  • progression programme design.
  • how to coach using the T.E.A.C model.
  • Give you the confidence to train a wide range of clients, in multiple modalities with excellent technique and with a clear starting and purposeful direction.

This is a very comprehensive programme for the career personal trainer or coach wanting to step up a level. This course aims to give your the skills, knowledge and abilities to take your client from being injured to an athlete using functional fitness and strength and conditioning methods over a wide variety of modalities.

Below is the schedule for the 5 day intensive.

PERFORMANCE COACHING CERTIFICATION

Isolate-Integrate-Graduate

Isolate: to separate from another substance so as to obtain pure or in a free state.

Integrate: to form, coordinate, or blend into a functioning or unified whole.

Graduate: to pass from one stage of experience, proficiency, or prestige to a usually higher one.

Over the past 25 years Ross Eathorne has watched many personal trainers come and go because they lack confidence in how and what to coach, when with what particular client and lack physical competency in their own movement and modality ability. Performance Coaching is designed to develop your knowledge, skills and abilities in a step-by-step method with the aim of helping you attracting and keeping more clients.

This course is for you if you need to improve your:

  • Physical ability to demonstrate correct technique of a wide range of movement.
  • Adapt the coaching style and programme according to the ambition, condition, ability and circumstance of a client.
  • Confidence by following a proven system that will get safe and sustained results for the client.
  • Attract and retain clients so you can have an income to be able to afford your passions and live the life you want.
  • Learn a framework to base further development from.

This is not a body building course, it does not take shortcuts, and its first priority is not looking good on the beach in a bikini or speedos. This course is about progressive health, fitness and performance:

  • Isolate & correct their weak areas to balance health.
  • Build resilience & fitness through a regular exposure to a wide variety of stimulus.
  • Teach them how to perform under pressure.

When you look after these three areas the body beautiful will emerge along with function.

Course knowledge, skills and ability

To be a well rounded trainer you need to grow your understanding on different movement philosophies, develop empathy with your clients by doing the programmes yourself and practical application by coaching your clients and learning how to modify your approach based on their individual needs. (This is not a group certification is a personal training course.)

To graduate your knowledge, skills and abilities you will progress over three levels.

  1. Movement preparation & health (Bodyweight)
  2. Functional strength & conditioning (Equipment based)
  3. Specific performance coaching (As required)

  1. MOVEMENT & HEALTH COACH

Day 1 (8 hours) ROAM 5 Animal mobility Course

You can learn more about a person in an hour of exercise than in a year of conversation and this course aims to open your “movement eyes” so that you can help your clients balance their posture and teach them to engage their core and how to move efficiently. We focus on the squat, twist, bend, push, pull and lunge life-movement patterns and in doing so we get our clients to reach their goals faster, avoid doing the wrong thing and provide a baseline to fine-tune your programmes for years to come.

Objectives:

  1. Identify & address clients critical movement restrictions and daily health habits.
  2. Teach clients to move safely and then build a foundational movement vocabulary.
  3. How to coach people using the TEAC model.

Highlights of what we will cover.

  • Introduction to the ROAM Cycle
  • Long-form dynamic warm-up
  • assessments – scoring of the the 5 poses identification of the critical and power animal
  • introduction to corrective exercise, back, shoulder and knee pain, breathing, relaxation
  • stretching and activation exercise series (squat, twist, bend, push, pull, lunge).
  • ROAM Flow

Day 2 HEALTH COACH + Bodyweight Library

Part I Health Coach (3 hours)

More and more people are failing in their health and searching for coaching this module gives your the tools to develop rapport, get your message across and direct your clients towards developing a base level of health. We cover:

  • The TEAC model is a model on how to communicate with a wide range of people at different stage of resilience.
  • The four questions: Ambition, Ability, Condition and Circumstance introduce to health history gathering.
  • Introduction to the Life Cycle, assessment, critical point, resilience, alliance, essence, sustenance, tolerance, balance, preference (reptilian)
  • ABC of weight loss: A holistic approach to weight loss incorporating the Life cycle and the four solutions of L.I.F.E.

Part II Bodyweight Library (4 hours)

How we move is an expression of our resilience and reflects our approach to life (performance) Our Bodyweight library builds resilience by teaching you first how to activate isolated muscles, then integrate several muscles to produce movements and then graduates by putting several movement together in a variable sequence that tests your mental abilities as well as your movement abilities and fitness capacity.

We Cover:

  • Bodyweight Foundation programme (entirety)
  • Bodyweight Ninja movements
  • Bodyweight X (variance) and selected workouts
  • Advanced flow
  • Personal flow

(A certificate of participation will be awarded to participants of these courses.)

Certified Performance Coach requirements level 1; Movement & Health Coach

A theory exam, physical competency and practical application at an extra cost. Candidates will have access to a private group forum to contribute to each other’s learning.

  1. Theoretical exam will take around two hours to complete and will consist of short answer questions.
  2. Practical experience will include participation of scoring in ROAM Mobility assessment as submitted by yourself and the forum. (Note the numbers in the brackets are the minimum number of clients and teaching hours recommended to gain mastery and be considered for a Master Instructor role in the future.)
  • Taking yourself and 10 clients through the full ROAM Mobility programme (10)
  • Taking yourself and 5 clients through the full foundational programme (5)
  • Taking yourself and 5 paid clients through Bodyweight X

     3. Physical competency

  • Minimal score of 7 in ROAM Mobility Assessment
  • Submit ROAM Flow online
  • Submit Advanced Flow online
  • Submit Personal Flow Online

2. Functional Strength & Conditioning Coach

Most clients want to tone up and lose weight and either burn out from doing too much, l too soon, or get injured from doing advanced exercises without appropriate progression. The movement and health course modules provides a platform to launch gym based functional fitness and strength & conditioning exercises in the gym with,

Objectives:

  1. Learn to apply functional fitness philosophy in a gym.
  2. Learn troubleshooting versions of the big powerlifting lifts (Deadlift, squat and bench press) and develop maximal and dynamic strength using the conjugate general physical and specific preparation method.
  3. How to incorporate sub-maximal Olympic lifting into your programmes
  4. Endurance and heart rate training to develop capacity.
  5. Learn the ROAM cycle needs analysis (expansion of the 4 questions).

Highlights of what we will cover:

  • Short form warm up
  • Cables fundamentals and progressions for twist, push, pull and lunge
  • Big bang swiss ball moves
  • Progressive db and barbell exercises
  • Characteristics of functional fitness
  • Characteristics of Strength & conditioning Conjugate system
  • 1 Rep maximal lifting of the 5 ROAM life-movement patterns
  • Troubleshooting the deadlift, squat and bench press
  • Progressions of olympic lifts
  • Energy system, endurance and cardiovascular conditioning using heart rate.

Most clients want to tone up and lose weight and either burn out from doing too much, l too soon, or get injured from doing advanced exercises without appropriate progression. The movement and health course modules provides a platform to launch gym based functional fitness and strength & conditioning exercises in the gym with,

Objectives:

  1. Learn to apply functional fitness philosophy in a gym.
  2. Learn troubleshooting versions of the big powerlifting lifts (Deadlift, squat and bench press) and develop maximal and dynamic strength using the conjugate general physical and specific preparation method.
  3. How to incorporate sub-maximal Olympic lifting into your programmes
  4. Endurance and heart rate training to develop capacity.
  5. Learn the ROAM cycle needs analysis (expansion of the 4 questions).

Highlights of what we will cover:

  • Short form warm up
  • Cables fundamentals and progressions for twist, push, pull and lunge
  • Big bang swiss ball moves
  • Progressive db and barbell exercises
  • Characteristics of functional fitness
  • Characteristics of Strength & conditioning Conjugate system
  • 1 Rep maximal lifting of the 5 ROAM life-movement patterns
  • Troubleshooting the deadlift, squat and bench press
  • Progressions of olympic lifts
  • Energy system, endurance and cardiovascular conditioning using heart rate.

Functional Strength & Conditioning Coach

Day 3.

  • Short form warm-up
  • Needs analysis and Functional Fitness Characteristics
    • Flexibility (review of ROAM Mobility)
    • Stability (Stability ball, bosu, Rhythmic oscillation)
    • Endurance (Heart Rate and energy system)
    • Posture (review of spinal mechanics)
    • Coordination and general motor pattern carry-over
      • Cable fundamentals and movement pattern progressions and Library
    • Strength
      • FAST & the big lifts
        • Pullups, Shoulder Press, Squat, Bench press, Deadlift, Woodchop
      • Conjugate method outline
    • Power – Olympic lifting progressions    

(A certificate of participation will be awarded to participants of these courses.)

Certified Performance Coach requirements level 2:

Functional Strength & Conditioning Coach:

A theory exam, physical competency and practical application at an extra cost. Candidates will have access to a private group forum to contribute to each other’s learning.

  1. Theoretical exam will take around two hours to complete and will consist of short answer questions.
  2. Practical experience will include participation of scoring in ROAM FAST assessment as submitted by yourself and the forum.
  • Taking yourself and 10 clients through the full ROAM FAST programme (10)
  • Taking yourself and 5 clients through the full Fit, Toned and Functional programme (5)
  • Taking yourself and 5 clients through Strength Meets Function (weak at lockout)
  • Taking yourself and 5 clients through Strength Meets Function (weak out of hole)

  5. Physical competency

  • Minimal score of 7 in ROAM FAST Profile
  • Complete Endurance workouts (within 12 months)
    • Rower 1.0, 1.1, 1,2, 1.3 and all 2.0 and 3.0 levels
    • Ski erg 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and all 2.0 and 3.0 levels
    • Versa climber Washington and Moscow
    • Running 1.0, 12 mins, 1.1, 1.2,1.3, 1.4, and all 2.0 and 3.0
    • Swimming TBC
    • BIke 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, and all 2.0 and 3.0

3. Specific Performance Coaching

To be able to get your athletes to peak performance state requires a holistic approach and not just knowledge of exercise. You need to adapt any training exercise session to their physiological load which takes into factors such as lifestyle circumstance, mental attitude, nutrition and exercise volume.

Objectives:

11. Perform a ROAM Score Critical exercise programme analysis

12. Create and Design your own Bespoke 3 phased programme

13. Learn how to consider your clients LIFE into each individual training sessions

14. Prepare your client to find their optimal physical-mental-emotional and spiritual performance zone

Highlights

  • Full Life Cycle assessment
  • Life Presence sessions
  • Mental Health skills
  • ROAM Score analysis
  • Programme design

Specific Performance Coach

Day 4.

  • Long form warm-up
  • Needs analysis Speed and agility
  • ROAM Score a sample.
  • ROAM XV Session
  • Programme Design troubleshooting

Day 5.

  • Life Balance Presentation
  • Life Presence and the optimal performance Zone
  • Freestyle movement sessions
  • How to Calm your mind

(A certificate of participation will be awarded to participants of these courses.)

Certified Performance Coach requirements level 3:

Specific Performance Coach

A theory exam, physical competency and practical application at an extra cost. Candidates will have access to a private group forum to contribute to each other’s learning.

  1. ROAM Score (programme analysis of an assigned ROAM method Programme)
    1. You may be required to present your analysis and summary to a group
  2. Theoretical exam will take around two hours to complete and will consist of short answer questions.
  3. Case Study: Designed a three phased sports specific programme based on a real person include needs analysis, exercise programme and ROAM score and results.
  4. Practical experience
  • Taking yourself and 1 client through at least the full ROAM Resilience programme for Spartan Sprint.
  • Taking yourself and 5 clients through the XV programme.
  • Perform 5 Life balance sessions
  • Perform 5 Life Presence sessions
  1. Physical Competency
    1. Use ROAM methodology and programme design to train for and compete in a Sports event. (Evidence must be provided by the online results table of the event organiser)

To discuss how to get involved in this programme or to bring this training programme to your facility (Inconjunction with Re:Fit) Contact Ross now:

Note: For Trainers who want to make an even greater impact, faster I suggest enrolling in the “Ready for Life”, “RE”FIT”, “RE:EACH”.