Learn How To Train Every Client To Be More Athletic, More Powerful, And To Get Better Results
If you’re like most trainers, your clients want to look better, feel better, and perform better. Whether athletes or average joes, everyone wants to be able to perform their daily activities more easily.
Often heralded as the fountain of youth, strength training is the cornerstone of enhancing performance. However, one crucial aspect that most training programs are missing is the power training component. Power training, when done correctly, is the best way to make any client more athletic and more resilient. That’s why if you’re only including it in programs for your athletes, then you are leaving potential results on the table for everyone else.
Unfortunately, a lot of trainers don’t fully understand the specifics of power training. It’s more than just Olympic Lifting or doing some box jumps in your programs. Instead, it’s an expansive topic that includes multiple types of exercises that can and should be used with all types of clients with the proper coaching.
If you’ve tried to put power training in your client’s programs but they’ve gotten hurt, or maybe your clients weren’t quite skilled enough to perform the activities that you prescribed in their workouts, then you need a simple and effective system to teach you the ins and out of power training.
The Pillars of Power Training is the most comprehensive system designed to teach you everything you need to know about power training. You’ll learn the basics of how power training works, the different types of power training exercises, the simple 3-stage coaching progressions, and exactly how to program them for each and every client on your roster.
Your Power Training Specialist: Nick Tumminello
Nick Tumminello has become known as the “Trainer of Trainers” for his ability to provide simple, honest, and immediately applicable solutions to common problems fitness professionals face.
He has worked with a variety of clients, from NFL athletes and professional MMA fighters to bodybuilders and figure models to everyday fitness enthusiasts. Nick is the 2016 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year, and the editor-in-chief of the NSCA Personal Training Quarterly journal. He’s the author of three books, and the creator the NT Loop bands.
When the best coaches and organizations in the fitness industry want proven, research-backed information, Nick is their trusted resource.
The Most Complete Power Training Resource On The Market
The Pillars of Power Training is the first digital course designed to teach trainers and coaches everything they need to know about power training to get their clients exceptional results.
The course starts off by creating a foundational understanding of what power training is, what it isn’t, and why all clients need it incorporated into their workouts. Next, Coach Nick covers how and when Olympic lifts should be used and how power exercises should be classified to make them easier to program. Finally, you’re invited to learn the secrets behind coaching power training exercises (this is where most trainers mess up) including the simple 3-stage progression model that allows you always have the right exercise variation for each client.
Here’s what you’ll get inside:
- A complete understanding of why you must include all three pillars of power training if you want your clients to perform their best
- Teaching progressions that allow you to add power training to every client’s program
- Tips and tricks to coach power training exercises safely and effectively for optimal results
- Our complete power training exercise library so you can get started implementing right away
Upon completion of this course, you’ll be able to quickly and easily incorporate power training into all of your clients’ programs and keep them engaged while greatly enhancing their performance.
Your Digital Course Syllabus:
Pillars of Power Education
- What is Power Training?
- Why Power Training Isn’t Just for Athletes
- Performance U Perspectives on Olympic Lifting
- The Unique Benefits of Ballistic Training
- The 3 Pillars of Power
- The 3 Stage Teaching Progression
- Understanding Explosive vs Plyometric Power Exercises
- The 2 Types of Power Training Exercises
- Coaching Suggestions and General Guidelines
- Total Body Power Training
Power Training Exercises
- 15 of the top vertical/diagonal power exercises
- 7 of the top horizontal power exercises
- 5 of the top rotational power exercises
Each of the exercise videos comes with a complete breakdown and demonstration of the teaching progressions. That gives you up to 66 different exercises and progressions to use with your clients.
There are just a few trainers in the industry who are creative enough to come up with new ideas that get used around the world. Nick is one of those guys, and he constantly leaves me saying to myself, “Now why didn’t I think of that?”
Nick Tumminello is an innovator in the fitness field. His combination of scientific knowledge and practical experience make him a go-to guy for getting results from a fitness program.
If you’re looking for accurate and scientifically backed information, quality workouts that are interesting and fun, and programs that are designed by someone who walks the walk and trains real people, you need not look any further than Nick Tumminello. He’s the real deal.
Download Your Copy Today And Get These Bonuses
Bonus #1: Top Dynamic Effort Exercises for Non-Powerlifters
These are for the trainer who is limited by space or the facility they train at doesn’t allow for medicine ball throws. Or these exercises can be added to a training program to add for more explosive work that’s easier on the joints.
In this 4-video series, you’ll discover how to add variety to your client’s training programs while still giving them benefits that power training provides.
These are easy to learn and allow you to implement quickly for fast results.
Bonus #2: Contrast Training
If you’re tight on time in your training sessions or want to add more variety to your programs this is a great addition.
Contrast training involves using a standard strength lift and adding an unloaded explosive movement after you complete it. This makes it perfect for the fitness or weight loss client because you can get more done in less time while enhancing fat loss and improving cardiovascular conditioning.
This 6-part video series features Nick’s favorite contrast training combinations and how and when to use them with your clients.
Bonus #3: When To Use Power Training In Your Workouts
It’s been mentioned before, but you can’t randomly put power exercises in your client programs and expect to get the specific results they (and you) want.
It’s critical that you understand how to apply your new knowledge in your client’s programs that you quickly become their favorite trainer.
Nick shows you how to apply power training based on your client’s specific goals so you can keep your clients motivated and excited about training.
Price: $97 $77
A Message From Coach Nick
I created The Pillars Of Power Training because I know just how important it is for every client to do something fast or explosive in each training session. I’ve always known the benefits associated with performing power exercises, but I never found a system that I thought was easy to use and included the right progressions.
This system is a product of my 20 years in the trenches working with everyone from retired grandmothers to professional athletes. I’m confident that it works and that if you use it with your clients you’ll not only get them great results, but you’ll feel confident in your abilities and spend less time having to figure it out on your own.