Benefits of Towel Training
A Towel is arguably the most versatile and portable equipment that a FITPRO could own and sue.
Being portable means that you could train your clients in a park, a gym, their home, your garden, a sports hall, or a studio.
Unlike other portable pieces of equipment, the towel is often bought by the client so you do not need to lug around vast amounts of kit.
A towel is cheap, easily replaceable, and easily cleaned.
What's more, a client can sink their hands into the towel as they grasp it.
Meaning they don't hold a cold kettlebell or bar and for many clients who expeience joint pain in their hands, the towel offers s a comfy and warm approach to training.
Further still, many clients get overwhelmed or stuck with chasing arbitrary numbers on a weight stack.
The towel offers resistance with no numebr allocated, yet overload is still fully achieved on every set.
This simply yet under-used approach to training offers a client comfort, variety, and convenience... yet still delivers a huge bang for its buck to get results.
How to plan a Towel session
It might seem straight forwards to plan a towel session... after all, it's just a series of exercises? or is it.
You'll learn the intricacies of planning a Towel session, including:
✔ Creating a balanced program
✔ Exercise order
✔ Timings and intensities
✔ Planning for specific goals
✔ Adaptations and Progressions
✔ Warm Ups and Cool Downs
✔ Towel specific mobility exercises
✔ Gameplay and group interactive exercises
How to progress a Towel session
A Towel session can be progressed in many ways, it is not just about changing the exercises in every session.
You'll also learn how to:
✔ Choose the appropriate resistance
✔ Progress timings
✔ Change the complexity of exercises
✔ Adapt global session variables
During the course, you'll learn how to logically progress a Towel session, which includes finding the BEST intensity for your client.
By the end of the course, you'll feel confident in being able to manage 121 and groups session, each working at different intensities to suit their own goals and needs.
You'll also learn how a Towel session can be used for all components of fitness, including resistance, cardiovascular, flexibility, sport-specific, and motor skills.
Towel Exercise Library
You'll learn 100+ towel exercises that include resistance, cardiovascular, core, agility, balance, coordination, flexibility, and gameplay.
All the exercises are also hosted on a closed video tutorial playlist which you can watch time and time again post-course to ensure you never forget a thing.
How to deliver a 121 and group Towel session
The versatility of Towel training means that you can deliver one-to-one sessions or in groups. Each requires a different set of instructing skills.
On the course, you'll gain the confidence to talk and coach in front of larger groups.
Plus learn the intricacies of voice projection, voice control, and pitch so you don't appear like a Sargent Major in the Army and just shout.
You'll also learn what to say, where to stand and move, how to progress individuals and control each session as a leader.
It's vital you leave any of our courses with a clear route to get a solid return on your investment.
During the course, you'll have a tutorial that shows you exactly HOW to incorporate circuits into your current fitness business and build on your business plan.
Many of our learners complete the Level 1 Towel Instructor course whilst on their level 2 gym instructor or shortly after their level 3 personal trainer qualification.
It's crucial you have clarity on your next step on how to get found, get clients and build a solid fitness tribe of your own.