coach script

FIRST MEETING

 

  1. GREETING + WELCOME – Make the client feel at ease and relaxed Casual conversation

    • My name is ___________, I am your RC3 coach. How are you doing?

 

  • Coach introduction

    • We are happy to have you on board; let’s try and have the most exciting physical condition experience you will ever have

    • Have a short self-introduction speech prepared

    • Example:

      • Talk about your fitness journey / how you started

      • Talk about your experience as a coach/athlete

 

  • Let client self-commit

    • Tell me about yourself (client).

    • Is this your first experience with a coach?

  • If the answer is yes – example

    • “Wow,” so flattered that you entrust us with that responsibility

    • Hope we can make it a pleasant one

CONFIRMING THE CLIENT’S INFORMATION DETAILS

 

  • EVALUATION RESULT

    • First, encourage the client by talking about their good performances

    • Second, talk about their weakness

    • Third, explain what needs to worked on to improve their weakness and/or fitness level

  • INJURY/INJURIES

    • Do you have any injury that you think might restrict your training? If the client answers yes, ask the following questions/ If the client answers no, proceed to question #5.

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  • THE CLIENT SAID THEY DO HAVE AN INJURY – HERE ARE THE QUESTIONS TO ASK

    • Do you have any discomfort or pain while doing the assessment?

    • How and when did the pain started?

      • If it is a recent accident, does the pain decrease since?

    • Does the injury affect your daily activity? See the specific of each injury

  • PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS

    • Confirm any pre-existing health condition with the Client

    • Ask detail if the Client has a pre-existing

    • health condition

    • Ask the Clients if they have the permission of a physician to workout (especially heart conditions)

  • CONFIRM WORKOUT PLACE AND EQUIPMENT

    • Confirm with Client what equipment they have

    • Ask for any equipment that they have but is not on our equipment list

 

  • BRIFLY EXPLAIN WHAT TO EXPECT

    • Notify the Client to expect their program in the next 24 hrs

    • Explain to the Client the app notification and contact

    • Explain the usefulness of the tune-up center

    • Explain how the reward system works

    • Points are accumulated with the performance of the workout

    • The frequency of the workout

injuries

QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN CLIENT HAVE KNEE PAIN

A. Do you have any discomfort or pain while doing the assessment?

B. How and when did the knee pain started?

  • If it is a recent accident, does the pain decrease since?

 

C. Does the injury effect your daily activity?

  • Walking or standing

  • Going up and down the stairs

  • Getting up after a period of sitting

 

D. Did you seek professional advice?

  • Always recommend the client to seek a health professional, if they haven’t.

  • If the client has seen their physician, ask them for the injury result/details.

 

Depending on the client’s answer, if the client had a significant problem, talk to your immediate assigned head coach for advice before creating the client’s program.

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QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN CLIENT HAVE BACK PAIN

E. Do you have any discomfort or pain while doing the assessment?

F. How and when did the back pain started?

  • If it is a recent accident did the pain decrease since then?

G. Does the injury effect your daily activity?

  • Walking or standing

  • Having a hard time getting up after bending

H. Did you seek professional advice?

  • Always recommend the client to seek a health professional, if they haven’t.

  • If the client has seen their physician, ask them for the injury result/details

 

Depending on the client’s answer, if the client had a significant back problem, talk to your immediate assigned head coach for advice before creating the client’s program.

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QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN CLIENT HAVE SHOULDER PAIN

 

I. Do you have any discomfort or pain while doing the assessment?

J. How and when did the back pain started?

  • If it is a recent accident did the pain decrease since then?

K. Does the injury effect your daily activity?

  • Can you lift your arms overhead?

  • Can you carry a load?

L. Did you seek professional advice?

  • Always recommend the client to seek a health professional, if they haven’t.

  • If the client has seen their physician, ask them for the injury result/details

 

Depending on the client’s answer, if the client had a significant shoulder problem, talk to your immediate assigned head coach for advice before creating the client’s program.

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