Personalization in Group Training

by Hayley Hollander |   Date Released : 12 Jun 2013
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Hayley Hollander

About the author: Hayley Hollander

Hayley is a Personal Trainer, Educator, and Co-Founder of Advanced Training Performance in Las Vegas, NV. Hayley has been in the fitness industry for over 12 years, and LOVES how it is constantly evolving allowing her to follow one of her passions, education.  She specializes in functional movement enhancement for all levels, sports conditioning, pre/post natal, weight loss, and endurance training. Her training style brings new research and exercise principles on the gym floor, and focuses on meeting the client where they need to be met, and giving them the "foundation" to keep their new healthy habits strong throughout their life.

Hayley’s love for fitness has evolved in to teaching other trainers through her experience. As a Master Trainer for TRX, she travels and teaches four of their five certifications. Her love and passion for teaching, has led her to empower other trainers to reach their own goals, as she joined the PTA Global Faculty in November 2010. She strives to provide life-enhancing experiences through those she teaches by sharing her own experiences and putting a fun little twist on the material. She loves to compete, and spends her free time doing triathlons, hiking, and co-ed soccer.

She currently teaches and travels for:
Personal Training Academy Global
Fitness Anywhere, Inc
Professional Fitness Institute, Las Vegas

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Mumba, Peter | 13 Jun 2013, 19:26 PM

Thank you for a wonderful presentation. It seems to me, I had all the pieces with me all the time. What you have done, is to show how these pieces can come together. I have been more of a 80% Hybrid and 20% Progressive Instructor, when teaching Group Classes; more for my sanity than I now realise how it all mergies with "Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs" complexities. I sure would be puttting more in my programming in future. Thank you for the mental stimulation. Now I see the other angle.

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