When doing step-ups for the first time, the dumbbell side step-up using a low step…
December 06, 2015 | John Paul Catanzaro
Forward“Psychologically, it’s easier to go down than to go up when you
Silence can be golden though. By not counting at all, it forces the trainee to focus on the quality of a set rather than the quantity. I’ve found that staying silent throughout a set, only muttering one-word cues and corrections when necessary, and counting down only the last two or three reps as the most productive method to use with personal training clients.
Yet, with all that said, some clients still prefer to have the reps counted upwards and out loud each repetition going completely against the above-mentioned advice. Everyone has their own preferences. You must find the approach that works best with each client.
To your success,