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Programming Made Simple - 2 Part Webinar

Confused about programming and wish you could simplify your process for any client?

Katie & Sam have joined forces again to bring to you a 2 part webinar discussing the theory and details of programming, client intake and assessment,  complicated terminology, and how to program for anyone. In part 2 we take you through a full 12 week program and help you develop a process that is seamless. This webinar includes access to a template you can download and use for yourself as well as access to our our client intake forms.

Expect to:

  •  Programming theory and why principles are more important than rules and how to develop a top down and bottom up approach to deliver the best program. 

  •  Understand the importance of client assessment, both subjective and objective and a client intake to help you set goals that are achievable and will lead to buy in and success.

  •  Learn programming terminology; the difference between power, strength, and hypertrophy, and linear vs. undulating periodization.

  •  Learn how to manipulate volume, intensity, complexity and load and how to categorize exercises so you hit all the main movements in your program.

  • Learn to develop a daily and weekly structure and how to prioritize recovery based on peripheral and nervous system fatigue.
  • Put all of the pieces of Part 1 together as we take you through a full case study to develop a 12 week program for a client, to include daily, weekly, and monthly breakdown with specifics of exercise selection, volume and load changes, and monthly and weekly options for periodization.
  • Receive the template we used on the webinar as well as access to our client intake form. 


  • How long is the Webinar? 

    Part 1 is 1 hr and 40 minutes. Part 2 is  1 hr and 10 minutes.

  • Will I have unlimited access? 

    Yes - it's a one-time purchase with lifetime access!

  • What's the best way to get in contact with Sam? 

    [email protected]