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CLIENT ASSESSMENT

MATRIX
Name: Carl

FITT Principles What frequency
do you suggest?
What intensity do
you suggest?
What time do you
suggest?
What type of
activity do you
suggest?
Cardiovascular
Activity
3 times a week Moderate
intensity
30 to 60 minutes Stationary bike,
treadmill, or
walking/jogging
Muscular strength
and endurance
2 times a week Moderate
intensity
30 to 60 mins Resistance
training using all
major muscle
groups
Flexibility 2 times a week
after strength
training
Low intensity 30 mins Stretching all
major muscle
groups

PROS Principles Explain how you
will utilize the
principle of
progression for
each component
of fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how you
will utilize the
principle of
regularity for each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how you
will utilize the
overload principle
for each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how the
specificity
principle applies
to each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Cardiovascular
Activity
Increase speed
and/or intensity
on machine
Switch from bike
to treadmill and
outdoor walking
for overall
conditioning
Increase time
and/or speed for
each exercise
Train in the
aerobic state as
much as
possible.
Muscular strength
and endurance
Increase weight
after reaching 15
reps per exercise

After 8 weeks fine
new exercises for
same muscle
groups
Increase sets and
or weight for each
exercise
Stay with major
muscle groups
Flexibility Increase stretch
hold by 10 sec.
each week

Find new
stretches for
same muscle
groups and
alternate
Add new stretches
and increase
stretch time
Stretch major
muscles after
strength and
endurance
training

CLIENT ASSESSMENT
MATRIX
Name: Sally

FITT Principles What frequency
do you suggest?
What intensity do
you suggest?
What time do you
suggest?
What type of
activity do you
suggest?
Cardiovascular
Activity
3 to 7 days a week 50 to 80% of HRR 20 to 60 min bouts Walking,
swimming, and
or biking
Muscular strength
and endurance
2 days a week 3 sets of 10 to 12
reps
30 to 60 mins Weight training
all major muscle
groups
Flexibility 2 days a week Low intensity 30 mins Stretches for all
muscle groups

PROS Principles Explain how you
will utilize the
principle of
progression for
each component
of fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how you
will utilize the
principle of
regularity for each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how you
will utilize the
overload principle
for each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how the
specificity
principle applies
to each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Cardiovascular
Activity
Increase intensity
by speed or
duration
Increase intensity
to maintain at
least 75% of HRR
Increase time up
to 60 mins
Walking and
biking as your
main cardio
exercise
Muscular strength
and endurance
Increase to 3 days
a week

Stay at 3 sets for
each muscle
group
Increase weight
when reaching 15
reps with easy
effort
Stay with major
muscle groups
each week
Flexibility
Add new stretches
for same muscle
groups
Add 10 secs to all
stretches
Increase by adding
new stretches for
each muscle group
Stretch all major
muscle groups
each week

CLIENT ASSESSMENT
MATRIX
Name: Jennifer

FITT Principles What frequency
do you suggest?
What intensity do
you suggest?
What time do you
suggest?
What type of
activity do you
suggest?
Cardiovascular
Activity
5 to 7 days a week Start moderate
progress to a
higher
intensity50% then
75% of MHR
45 to 60 mins Swimming,
walking and
biking
Muscular strength
and endurance
2 days a week Light weight to
start 2 sets at 15
reps
30 to 45 mins Weight training
exercises using
all major muscle
groups
Flexibility 2 times a week Easy standing 20 to 30 mins Stretches using
stretches at first
using most major
muscle groups
major muscle
groups

PROS Principles Explain how you
will utilize the
principle of
progression for
each component
of fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how you
will utilize the
principle of
regularity for each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how you
will utilize the
overload principle
for each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Explain how the
specificity
principle applies
to each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
Cardiovascular
Activity
Increase intensity
to high by increase
speed and time
frame
Walking/running
as main cardio
activity
Increase the speed
and time
Walking is the
main activity
Muscular strength
and endurance
Increase to 3 sets
and increase
weight after
hitting 20 reps per
exercise

Increase to 3 days
a week
Increase your load
(weight) every
other week
Major muscle
only full body
exercises
Flexibility Increase by 10
secs every two
weeks

Do same stretches
for 8 weeks then
try to stretches
for same muscle
groups
And sets of same
stretches
Stick with major
muscle groups

CLIENT
ASSESSMENT
MATRIX
Name: Justin

FITT Principles What frequency
do you suggest?
What intensity
do you suggest?
What time do
you suggest?
What type of activity do
you suggest?
Cardiovascular
Activity
5 times a week Moderate to high
65% to 85% of
MHR
60 mins Running,biking,swimming
Muscular strength
and endurance
2 times a week 3 sets at 8 to 10
reps per exercise
60 mins Full body, all major
muscle groups
Flexibility 2 times a week 2 sets of each
stretch for all
major muscle
groups
30 mins Major muscle group
stretches

PROS Principles Explain how you
will utilize the
Explain how you
will utilize the
Explain how you
will utilize the
Explain how the
specificity principle
principle of
progression for
each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
principle of
regularity for
each component
of fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
overload
principle for
each
component of
fitness in your
exercise
prescription.
applies to each
component of fitness in
your exercise
prescription.
Cardiovascular
Activity
Increase speed
and time frame
by 5%
Mainly do
running/walking
Increase time
and miles
Running for football
cardio sessions
Muscular strength
and endurance
Increase weight
by 5% each
week or two
when you reach
12 reps per
exercise

Do major
exercises like
squats, leg press,
push up and pull
ups
Increase to four
sets per muscle
group
Stay with major muscles
like legs, chest, back and
core
Flexibility Increase stretch
by 10 secs

Stick with major
muscle groups
Increase to 3
stretches for
each muscle
group
Legs, back, core stretches