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st3

Let's say you have just landed a gig as a trainer in a corporate office. The company will give each employee 15 minutes to train under your supervision and pay you per client.

What equipment would you choose if you had an unlimited budget?

What equipment would you choose if you had a $10,000 budget?

Space is a bit of an issue.
Thanks
Steve
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

st3 wrote:
Let's say you have just landed a gig as a trainer in a corporate office. The company will give each employee 15 minutes to train under your supervision and pay you per client.

What equipment would you choose if you had an unlimited budget?

What equipment would you choose if you had a $10,000 budget?

Space is a bit of an issue.
Thanks
Steve


==Scott==
This sounds like a job for Joshua and his RENEX machines!The corporate type just love the pocket protector trainers they have too!!
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1958

Texas, USA

You could probably come in way under budget,and with space to spare,if you could locate a used line of Nautilus Nitro equipment.
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sgb2112

TRX system and whatever Mike Boyle's gym has..

https://youtu.be/N8ja823NT-g

https://youtu.be/fbdQ_wcU4QI
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Nwlifter

Purely strength equipment or also cardio stuff?
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st3

Nwlifter wrote:
Purely strength equipment or also cardio stuff?


Pure strength.

No change of clothes for the worker.

You have to get results to keep the job. You'll deal with the usual office type pain and age related issues. Shoulders/knees/low back

I've done this before and I use H.I.T. methods. Been very successful and even rehabbed injuries for some.

I'm looking for other thoughts to make it better.

Thanks
Steve
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st3

1958 wrote:
You could probably come in way under budget,and with space to spare,if you could locate a used line of Nautilus Nitro equipment.


Thanks!

How would you approach it from a training model?

I use H.I.T. methods and start with a full body general program. No rest between sets. I then individualize the program as it goes.

Steve
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1958

Texas, USA

st3 wrote:
1958 wrote:
You could probably come in way under budget,and with space to spare,if you could locate a used line of Nautilus Nitro equipment.

Thanks!

How would you approach it from a training model?

I use H.I.T. methods and start with a full body general program. No rest between sets. I then individualize the program as it goes.

Steve

The same.
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hit4me

Florida, USA

i am bias to the old nautilus machines, therefore i would set them up in the following order

leg ext
leg press
calf press on the leg press
leg curl
dbl pec deck/chest press
dbl pullover/pulldown
dbl laterial/shoulder press
bi machine
tri machine
db wrist curl
ab crunch

no rest in between sets
then tell them to get back to work


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the_iron_goose

I don't know about today, but back in the day the way most guys would handle this is having a little crack pipe hanging in the back as each employee came in, they'd have'em take a few quick puffs and send'em back to work. Soon enough they'd be back for more. Job security can't be beat.
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MikaelPR

Unlimited budget- RenEx
Limited budget- Nautilus One
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

the_iron_goose wrote:
I don't know about today, but back in the day the way most guys would handle this is having a little crack pipe hanging in the back as each employee came in, they'd have'em take a few quick puffs and send'em back to work. Soon enough they'd be back for more. Job security can't be beat.


--Scott --
Ahhh, that explains a lot.
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Dan_The_man

As it's corporate I would give them a desk and a stress ball.
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