Michael Napoleon, one of the founders of
SuperSpeed Golf Training System, shares his perspective on fitness,
rehabilitation, and the business. Also, as a golf coach, he was able to discuss
the paradigms of fitness and rehabilitation in much more specialization,
expertise, and experience. Listen as he lays down very insightful programs and
strategies which can be perfect for not just the athletes but also aspiring
coaches and facilitators.
“The gold standard for any coach is being at help of someone to get better without them ever knowing that they had an issue in the first place.” –Michael Napoleon
Napoleon shares the benefits of SuperSpeed Training System.
They talk about the niche and the target market.
They will also discuss the body’s systems with regards to motor skills and how skill improvements/changes are adapted within the body and brain.
Mike highlights the importance of program alignment to the patient’s very goal.
They list down tips for aspiring coaches, professionals, and fitness facilitators.
As coaches and fitness facilitators, we should always provide a new and established arm of training for people to get better.
People can’t unlearn a motor program. In order to at least change the learned motor skill, the program should be changed. This leads to changing the body system and resetting the system to different expectations.
Coaches and facilitators should focus more on the effective use of the message rather than giving over-detailed information and a ton of analytics. Thus, message and instruction should be given in the simplest and easiest way as possible.
Simplicity will get you a higher compliance from clients. This shall give you the responsibility of finding ways to make the program easy and repeatable. It’s about helping the players to get better and making the exercises as easy as possible.
Message is more important. It should consist of the reasons why people should go back to your facility, more than the credentials you have and the knowledge they can get.
Professionals interested in getting into the industry should consider the following: getting involved with TPI community (biggest resource and knowledge); creating and communicating with an efficient team; and maintaining the alignment of the program from the client’s goals and objective.
In his interview with Dr. Josh Satterlee,
Dr. Tom Teter talked about the multi-faceted area of fitness and training. Dr.
Teter is an Associate Professor and Program Director of Fitness and Wellness at
Park University. He is also the inventor and pioneer of Rehab to Fitness – a
fitness programming for optimal function and performance. Tune into the podcast
as he shares wonderful insights and issues relating to fitness and training.
“You don’t have to be the person who does the fitness, you just have to speak to a trainer.” – Dr. Tom Teter
Dr. Tom Teter established the
importance of fitness across different specializations in the field.
He also explained what should
be the best things to consider in order to have fitness integration among
health facilities and clinics.
He also shared insights on
people’s issues regarding fitness and exercise.
He recommended some important
courses that can help aspiring people to get into fitness and fitness
All people should be involved
in exercise and fitness. However, this is really difficult to attain especially
not all people have athletic aspirations. Generally, people find it really hard
to get themselves to engage into exercise.
Clinicians should realize and
value the importance of fitness. Clinicians of any specialization should start
investing on creating programs that promotes the overall fitness and wellness
Aspiring trainers should see
how fitness works for a bigger picture. They should also discover the different
micro-aspects of fitness in order to perform well in the actual practice.
Referral also play as an
important success indicator for trainers.
Since referral is more of an issue of trust, trainers should consider improving
their higher-value relationship and communication to people.
Clinicians in all sorts of
specialization should realize the many opportunities they can get if they can
be able to maximize the reach of their license.
Dr. Aline Thompson, the owner of Level Up
Rehab, is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who strongly applies and believes in
wellness more than just the traditional and conventional rehabilitation in
treating people in pain. In this podcast, she showed how women can truly lead
and empower the present and future of the field and the practice. Tune in as Aline
Thompson shares her vulnerabilities and success starter pack before she was
able to put up the Level Up Rehab.
“Lead by example… show how caring, commitment, and hardwork can payoff.” – Aline Thompson
There is no easy way in putting
up any kind of business or facility. Issues will always arise due to idealism
She exemplifies how women are
currently getting into the paradigm of rehabilitation instruction and practice.
She shared both ideal and
realistic perspective in putting up a business or facility related to
Most of the times, the only
thing that hinders a person to seek out opportunities is the person him/herself
– which is caused by his/her fear, anxiety, or insecurities.
Wellness works wonders in
treating people in pain.
Sometimes the struggle to
overcome vulnerabilities are brought by becoming too ideal and perfectionist.
People should take off the armour of perfectionism in order to produce and
achieve an authentic and reality-based output.
Women should continue to enter,
empower, and lead the paradigm of rehabilitation. Women shall not be afraid to
The perspective of success in a
business vary in terms of context and society. Do not live by the expectations
of the people around you.
For those who want to pursue
the field, always see the importance of books and courses. However, what is
more important is being able to connect the dots and apply the concepts and
knowledge to practice.