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Client name:Roger BrownClient age: 68Goal: Decrease BP and improve mobility Warm uparm swings, leg swings, trunk rotations 1 set each exercise – 20 repetitions each exercise each sideConditioning phase ExerciseIntensitySetsRepsRest periodTempNotes1. treadmill50% HRmax2 mins5 mins2. static lungeb/w281 min303Back straight. Keep core engaged. Small rangeof motion3. leg press50% RM281 min303Knees are soft on transition. Small range of motion4. step upb/w2101 min202Use smith machine to help with the balance. Keep upper body straight. Rotate the side.5. Barbell bent over row50% RM281 min303Head up. Keep the back straight. Bring the torso forward.6. Machine chest press50% RM281 min303Back fully attached to the bench. Lift your elbows so that upper arms are parallel to the floor to the sides of your torso.7. heel-to-toe walk 8. contralateral marchingb/wb/w3310 steps1030 seconds30 seconds202444Standing upright. Keep looking forward at all times.Standing upright. Slow and steady movement.Keep looking forward at all times.Cool downshoulder stretch, back stretch, chest stretch, quadriceps stretch, adductor stretch – PNF hold for 3 seconds and repeat for 3 times each stretchNotes for next sessionSlightly increase the intensity in next session19
SIS30315 Certificate III Fitness (Group)Case Studies v2.2 (2019/04/04)Case Study 2 - Claudia AllenInstructions As the personal trainer, you will conduct a role play whereby you will be training a client over six weeks. Your client’s name is Claudia Allen. 1. Claudia has completed the Adults Pre-Exercise Screening Tool, AIPT Lifestyle Questionnaire, and the Fitness Appraisals. These documents are included in this assessment. With the information provided to you by Claudia, complete the following: a. Healthy eating recommendations/adviceb. BMI and BMI rating c. Complete a referral letter d. Program, instruction, feedbacke. What would you do after the completion of the six week program? What would you expect to see? Would you change anything based on reflection of the past six weeks moving forward into the next six week program?2. Using the attached templates, you will design a resistance training session. You will need to take into account the following:a. Goal of the clientb. Address any medical issues and suggestions made by Claudia’s allied health professionalc. Exercise order and selection to ensure a safe and effective programThis session must include:Warm-upConditioning phase:a. Squat (or variation)b. Pull (horizontal)c. Push (horizontal)d. Core/ torsoe. Resistance (Compound exercise)Cool-downNote: • The program should be designed around a 30-minute training session. There will also be 30 minutes allocated to demonstrate Claudia Allen’s session on a person of choice.