Strong Body-Strong Mind Workshop – Bonn, Germany
Being a great and competent coach is equal parts knowing the x’s and o’s of assessment, program design, and exercise technique.
But it’s also important to know people.
Specifically, understanding the soft-skills required to be a coach. To know and to better understand how to adapt your coaching style to fit the needs, goals, and ability level of your clients/athletes.
That is the crux of the Strong Body-Strong Mind Workshop.
To make you a more well-rounded fitness professional.
Strong Body-Strong Mind – Bonn, Germany
When: Saturday, June 30, 2018
Where: Unique Fitness – Bonn, Germany
Time: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
8:30am: Registration & Coffee
9:00am: Lisa & Tony Welcome and Review of the Day
9:20am: Lisa – Motivation, Coach and Client Characteristics
10:00am: Mid-Morning Break
10:15am: Lisa – Psych Skills for Trainers and Coaches, Transtheoretical Model of Change, Motivational Interviewing, Client-Centered Coaching
1:30pm: Tony – Hands-on & Lecture Upper Extremity Assessment, Correctives, Shoulder Friendly Strength Training
3:00pm: Lower Extremity Assessment, Correctives, Hip Hinge, Squat, Program Design
5:00pm: Questions, Wrap-Up, German Beer
You can click to register HERE.
About the Presenters:
Tony Gentilcore is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist via the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He’s a veteran of the fitness industry for over 15 years. He’s one of the co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance where he served a strength coach from 2007-2015. He now owns and operates is own training studio in Boston, MA called CORE.
Tony is routinely featured in reputable fitness publications such as Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Women’s Health, T-Nation.com, BodyBuilding.com, and STACK. He also runs a popular website at www.TonyGentilcore.com.
Dr. Lisa Lewis is a licensed psychologist with a passion for wellness and fitness. She earned her doctorate in counseling psychology with a specialization in sport psychology at Boston University, and her doctoral research focused on exercise motivation.
Lisa is also a certified drug and alcohol counselor, and has taught undergraduate courses as an adjunct professor at Salem University, Wheelock College, and Northeastern University in courses including exercise psychology, sport psychology, developmental psychology, and abnormal psychology.
Lisa has worked in college mental health, community mental health, and substance abuse treatment centers, and she currently provides consultation and psychotherapy services at her private practice in Brookline, MA.
Lisa works with athletes and athletically-minded clients who come to her practice in hopes of achieving a personal goal or enhancing motivation to pursue goals; she also provides workshops and consultations for personal trainers and strength coaches, both for their own professional development, and to enhance their communication and motivational skills with their clientele.