group instruction lab.docx - Da’Jiana W Rachel B Anna Patrick W Group Instruction Lab Group Personal Training vs Group Ex Lab Program Design Lab Part

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Da’Jiana W, Rachel B, Anna, Patrick W Group Instruction Lab: Group Personal Training vs Group Ex Lab Program Design Lab Part 1: Review / Discussion 1. What are some key differences between Group PT and Group Exercise classes? Some key differences between Group PT and Group Exercise is that with Group PT everyone can be doing their own exercises at the desired intensity and the instructor can see play close attention to everyone while giving individualized comments/corrections to those who need it. With group exercise everyone is doing the same exercise together and the instructor has many individuals that need attention and the instruction has to be generalized for everyone. 2. When Designing a class what would you do differently? When designing a class the exercise program it would have to be more generalized because you have less one on one time with clients/participants so you have to make sure you are pointing out corrections to everyone in the class (group ex). You would also most likely need to demonstrate easier and harder ways to do the exercise to accommodate to everyone. Also, if you are going to start with a lighter intensity and work to a harder intensity, it is important to let the clients/participants know that it’s okay to modify the exercises to make them easier as the work gets harder so that they still feel included. It may be possible that when designing group pt exercises that you may need to design many different parts to accommodate to the different needs of clients who may be at different stages.
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