20180811220820case_study_peter_parker.pdf - 1 Case Study Institutional Affiliation Date SAMPLE CLIENT TRAINING PROGRAM INTRODUCTION Client profile age

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1 Case Study Institutional Affiliation Date SAMPLE CLIENT TRAINING PROGRAM INTRODUCTION Client profile age gender Resting Heart rate height weight Body fat 28 male 80 bpm 6’4’’ 252 pounds 29% This is a detailed 12-week program for 28-year-old, peter parker who used to play football and basketball back in high school. Peter probably went through a workout program very similar to the popular and highly commercialized Bigger Faster Stronger program. I can assume he has done a lot of deadlifts, squats and bench press exercises, because of his experience in the gym. I can definitely conclude that Peter is highly dynamic in compound movements that will allow him to activate his type-one fast twitch muscle fibers in engaging in hypertrophy. Peter is only twenty eight years old, but has been secondary for 6 years. This means the client has some significant experience but has spent significant years with sedentary poor diet as well. Furthermore, his BMI is very similar to that of an average office worker, rather than an athlete.
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2 This is why I have designed Peters 12 week program specific to him. I also must consider the principle of individual differences (Hatfield, 417). Although, Peter has past experience working out he has been secondary for 6 years and therefore, I will treat him as a beginner client. Before creating his program there was several steps I took. Personal trainers are professionals and have several responsibilities to their clients. Peter Parker is a new client so I started with establishing a positive relationship through effective personal interaction, good communication skills and a serious concern for his well being (Hatfield, 392). Therefore, I tried to gain crucial information about his health history, current fitness level, and his goals before designing the program. Regarding the drawing in phase process the first step towards achieving the goal would be to conduct an initial interview, where I and Peter get to know each other better and build a rapport to make it easy to discuss issues expected in the upcoming weeks. During the interview, Parker will read the informed consent form and sign it. I will also conduct a medical review if necessary as well as collecting basic patient data such as height, weight and basic historical data contained in the patient profile. In general, we discuss his goals in relation to ISSA training principles as well as explore his dietary habits to explore adjustment. I will also establish a two-way compunction channel and (HR vs. RPE) intensity scale to make it interactive. This will also be a good opportunity to orient parker all around the gym and all facilities to be used while outlining safety guidelines. During my initial interview findings, I found that Peter works in a 9-5 desk job, largely sedentary and therefore he is not very active, therefore we can start by calculating his BMI- body mass index.
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3 BMI= *703weightheigh height*BMI= (252/ [76*76])*703= 30.7 This shows that peter parker is a large man with condensed obese (class 1) Calculation of THR
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