Swansea Personal Training Monthly Review (April 2022)- SSAC

Weightlifter standing over weights plate to represent Monthly Client Review with personal trainers at Swansea Strength and Conditioning
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Here is an overview of some of the sessions and gym fitness exercises we delivered to clients throughout the Swansea area during the month of April 2022. You will see a broad spectrum of exercises designed to improve all aspects of fitness based on our clients fitness goals and aspirations…

SSAC Gym Personal Trainer Delivering Power Training Session To Morriston Client

Overhead Med Ball Slams

Exercise Coaching Points 

  • Use lat muscles in the slam.

  • Up onto toes to aim power production.

  • Use arms with box jumps to aim power production.

  • Keep exercise as intense as possible.

Uplands Client During Personal Training Session with Liam our Personal Trainer in Swansea

Standing Dumbbell Shoulder Press

Exercise Coaching Points 

  • Keep torso up right and core braced.

  • Lower arm as low as possible before pressing.

  • Don’t allow torso to rotate whilst pressing.

1-2-1 Personal Trainer Swansea Delivering Rowing Strength Training to Paralympian Rower from Mayals, Swansea

Rowing Specific Strength Training with Cables

Exercise Coaching Points 

  • Keep core braced

  • Push up against bar throughout movement

  • Feet need to be placed between hip and shoulder width apart

Ospreys U16s Player Performing Box Jumps With Strength & Conditioning Coach Liam

Box Jumps

Exercise Coaching Points 

  • Keep torso upright and core braced.

  • Aim for knee to get as close to the floor as possible without touching.

  • Push through glutes and quads on upwards phase.

Gendro Client Perfroming Conditioning & Strength Training

Deep Barbell Back Squats

Exercise Coaching Points 

  • Position hands as close to shoulders as possible
  • Take a deep breath in and hold for duration of lift, exhaling once back in start position
  • Set feet between hip and shoulder width apart
  • Aim to squat to a depth where hip joint is slightly lower than knee joint
  • Maintain a braced core through exercise


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