(not offered at In-Training
are typically ongoing with no ending date. The
physical level tends to remain consistent. There is no peaking of fitness by an
end date. When you first attend a "class" it may be physically challenging, not to your level, but as you become accustomed to the routine your
muscles adapt and fitness tapers off unless you attend a higher level class.
There is no periodization.
In-Training measures participant
fitness levels near the start and end dates of programs in order to chart
Can I drop in
a session within a program to try it out?
Yes, but maybe no.
If you have not experienced a particular In-Training
program and would like to
try it out before registering we encourage you to do so! Yes! But we suggest that
you attend the first session before the fitness level ramps up. Attending
several weeks into a program will most likely cause a fair amount of muscle
soreness unless your fitness level matches that of the current participants.
If you are familiar with a particular program and would like to attend on a
drop-in basis, and your fitness level is similar to the majority of the current
participants, you may attend. The rate is $40. per single session.
If you enjoy a program and want to see it hosted please pre-register. If
everyone decided to attend on a drop-in basis the participant head count would
be too low on the pre-registration date and the program would not be offered.
What happens if/when I miss a session in my
We know it happens on occasion. Things come up. But
think about this . . . . . .think about how your absence may affect others in your group. Being a
participant in an In-Training program
has a similar feeling to being a member of a team. Programs are filled with committed
participants giving high energy to the group each session. It’s not just about what you receive when you attend. It’s more about what you give to
others when you are present. There
is a great amount of camaraderie, enthusiasm and support within the groups.
Each person brings their unique energy and high spirit to the workouts. When a
participant misses a session the rest of the group feels a void of their
energy. This affects the entire group. If you are the one missing then you
don’t notice - since you aren’t there! The group dynamics depends on your
energy. Next time you think you might miss, give a quick thought about how your absence may affect the energy of your group. Do your very best to commit to the group. What you receive
will far outweigh what you give.
If by chance you do miss a session it is
important that you complete a similar session on your own, on the same day if possible, to
keep up with the weekly build of the program. Missing and not completing your
workout may cause you to fall behind the fitness level of the group in the next
week. This could potentially hold the group back in the progression or
could make it far more difficult for you to complete the higher level workout.
Is it okay to solicit my business, my personal blog or _________to In-Training clients?No. It is considered to be an ulterior motive to enrolling. We understand that
people love networking, social media, collecting personal information and
spreading the word of their personal interests. But participants attend In-Training programs with fitness goals
in place, objectives set for training to a higher level, aiming training toward future fitness events, and soliciting personal business does not fit in. Soliciting to participants before, during or after a session
is a distraction to the Coach and to the group’s energy, focus and objectives, and is
not acceptable. Please enroll to become healthier and more fit, achieve your goals, and bring spirit and enthusiasm to all enrolled.