Dan John Training Program - Training A Middle Age Client - Training Program For 50 Year Old

Training the Middle Age Client, Dan John

In this talk, Dan John explains his thinking behind how he trains a middle-age client. What does a 50-year-old need or not need? What simple ideas can you put together for your aging clients? Dan gives you his sample programs, and tells you what to expect from these clients who can afford to pay you for your services, and will do it as long as you provide results.

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Dan John Training Program – Training the Middle Age Client – Training Program for 50-Year-Old

In this talk, Dan John explains his thinking behind how he trains a middle-age client. What does a 50-year-old need or not need? What simple ideas can you put together for your aging clients? Dan gives you his sample programs, and tells you what to expect from these clients who can afford to pay you for your services, and will do it as long as you provide results.

“I think there are two keys to success. One is to show up. The other is to keep going. Most people don’t keep going.” ~Dan John

TOPIC MARKERS

• The Problem (3:00)
• Three Questions (7:25)
• Diet (11:45)
• Calendaring & GOMB (14:35)
• Either/Or (18:25)
• Longevity Tests (21:30)
• Principle #1 (25:30)
• Principle #2 (33:30)
• Machines (36:20)
• Authority (39:20)
• The “Do” Part of Training (41:05)
• Regressions are the Best Corrections (44:55)
• Cardio Considerations (48:00)

LECTURER BIO

A prolific writer, Dan is also a life-long competitive athlete, a well-known speaker and a former high school teacher. You’ll enjoy his regular blog writing on his site at danjohn.net and you can pepper him with questions in his Q&A section in the IronOnline forum at davedraper.com.

Who Benefits?

Trainers who work with aging adult clients

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LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 52 minutes; Transcript: 12 pages; Mp3 file size: 31 MBs

This is a digital product with immediate access to download. There is no physical version of this product.

$5.95