Submit a Franconnect Support Ticket with their current CPT, signed HQ Confidentiality Agreement, and proof of employment. They will then get access to Franconnect and the Coaches Vault.

Submit a Franconnect Support Ticket notifying HQ that this coach is no longer working at your facility.

Submit a new movement with a full description and video to coaching@isielitetraining.com. We will let you know if the movement is approved or not within 1 week.

These can be found on Franconnect. Go to the Hub < Library < Coaching < Outdoor Workouts.

AMRAP: As Many Reps (or Rounds) As Possible, is a super-straightforward workout format. The whole idea is doing as many reps/rounds as you possibly can for an allotted amount of time. EMOM: Every Minute On the Minute,” EMOM workouts challenge you to complete a movement for a certain number of reps in less than 60 seconds. The remaining time within the minute serves as your recovery. TABATA: Tabata is an equation: 20/10 x 8 = 4. The 20 stands for seconds of work, the 10 stands for seconds of rest and the eight represents the number of rounds performed. The sum of the equation equals four minutes of intense exercise.

A good option for music in your sessions if you do not like to make your own playlists would be Rock My Run.

A "post-it" workout is a pre-written workout for a member that has limitations and will need options. A coach should be reviewing the roster for the sessions they will be coaching. For example, if you see a pregnant member will be attending your core cardio workout, prepare a post-it workout for them so they know the options they can use throughout the workout and will not need to look to you at every block.

A Finisher should consist of a fun, yet challenging movement or an all-out physically draining experience. Team finishers are encouraged to create that community environment.

Creating space for a capacity of 24 or more members can be done in a few ways. Members can share equipment in an AMRAP, Timed or Repped workouts or a workout can have 2 movements or more per block and members rotate between the 2 movements. An example would be a workout that was 40/10 x6 (the 10 seconds rest could be the time members transition to the opposite movement. A 6 block workout with 2 movements per block can now host 48 members. A 5 block workout can hold 40 members.

Go-to movements for an Upper Body warm-up could be Jumping jacks, Inchworms, Threading the needle, Arm Circles, Supermans. Lower Body go-to warm-up movements could be Good Mornings, Hip Circles, Runners Lunges, Lateral Lunges, High Kicks, and Squats. Core/Cardio go-to warm-up movements could be Jumping jacks, Plank holds, Mountain Climbers, Hip Openers, Good Mornings, Inchworms, and Lateral Slides.

Training to failure is a term used for repeating a movement such as a Dumbbell bench press to the point of momentary muscular failure, also known as the point where member can not perform another rep with proper form. For example, a member can produce 12 quality bench press reps, but when attempting the 13th rep they are not able to perform that rep without sacrificing their form.