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Veeral Patel Time Capsule 2/12/2014

Star or Guardian Philosophy

Star / Guardian percentage is 80 / 20.

80 = Want to build a stronger foundation and focus on myself a bit more. “Practice what I preach”

20 = Sharing my journey with others to motivate them. This helps me to feel more accomplished in my own journey.

 

Check-In

“Self assessment of where I am at, what has happened and where I am going”.

 

InMyWorld …

I want to continue my journey to an overall increased awareness of health and well being and it is important in my life. Currently I have a sprained ankle and I am working on getting it back to normal.

InHelpingAnother…

others around me have seen my changes in my journey, however have not taken noticeable action as a result of my efforts.

InBetterTimes…

I would be more conscious of my nutrition. Last week or so I have let it slip. I wont let an injury demoralise me and will use this as an opportunity to develop other weaknesses into strengths.

 

 

In Construction

STRENGTH + POWER

Learn more about this in my coaching sessions. Learn about how to apply this information. Discuss with others about this. Continue to achieve PB’s in my Power Lifting. Currently = Bench 72.5 Deadlifts = 100 Squats = 72.5

Want to get my 100 Push Ups time down below 4 minutes.
TERRAIN

Improving our understanding of how this applies to you and how to make it work for you.

AEROBIC

Focusing on my running technique. Work up to 3+ kms without stopping.  Want to get in some more skipping.

AGILITY + FLEXABILITY

Focusing on Stretching before, during and after all workouts and placing a greater emphasis on strengthening all areas more frequently.

REHAB & RECOVER

Have a better understanding of how to take care f injuries, in particular the RICER Technique and not drinking.

NUTRITION

Develop a more balanced nutrition plan to execute and also be more conscious of what I am eating and include more Superfoods in my diet. In addition to this, have portion control on foods that have higher carbs and sugars where I can not substitute them (especially with a trip to NZ over xmas planned).
PERCEPTION & RESPONSIBILITY

Be more conscious of where I am at with my results.
NETWORK

Who: Personal Trainer, Boot Camp Group, Cricket Team, Gaureng, Samantha, Shirena, Physio – John

Knowledge: More exercise Techniques, Anatomy,

Motivation: Talking to people – Planting Seeds, Competitiveness, InFitPTv Scoreboards – Testing, Social Media

Lifestyle: Cricket

Sport Performance: Learning from your coaches, Cricket Training,
STRATEGY & SKILL

What is your Strategy?

  • To build a solid foundation through consistent training.
  • Excel and prosper.
  • Celebrate small victories.

What are the Skill elements of your conditioning?

  • Nutrition
  • Exercise Technique
  • Batting – Cricket
  • Communicating / Sharing my vision with others

 

RESPONSIVENESS

Applicable in Cricket

In response to an injury and working away from home.

Responsiveness to my own thoughts. Positivity.

 

 

 

Conditioning Traits

Doing everything with knowledge first so that the correct understanding and technique is there and so that I can make steady progress towards the goal. Its not about finishing the race as fast as possible but to constantly re-assess and re-align my behaviours and mindset in order to get to the destination.

Welcome to InFitPTv Corporate Fitness Coaching

 
 
Congratulations on making the first step to building a better, more capable you. Over the next few weeks, months and years you’re going to experience a lot of changes. From the feeling of DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness), to the sense of satisfaction as a result of achieving a short or long term goal. It’s all a part of the journey and should be embraced.
 
We do things a little differently here at InFitPTv. Almost all of our clients receive a personalised program structured towards their own individual goals. It is important to learn how to perform the exercises in your program so well that you are comfortable with doing them on your own.
We base these exercises and the structure of your plan on your own “Performance Goals”. Setting Performance Goals is the most important and first step to achieving the desired effect (whether it’s to build muscle, lose weight, tone up, or to improve your performance in an event).
 
Think of 3 short term (1 – 6 weeks) & 3 long term (1 year) goals that you would like to achieve and write them down here:
Short Term  1:
                            2:
                            3:
Long term    1:
                            2:
                            3:
 
Maximising your results will be the outcome of combined disciplines. Training is important obviously, but more importantly, having a structured program that you are consistent with will be the key in this factor.
Your diet is the other main factor to your success. As an attachment to the email following this one, there is a Food Log for you to print out and complete over a minimum one week period. It is not there to be dreaded, nor is it there to incriminate. It is to help us realistically impact your eating habits. Honesty is a must, and everything should be logged in order for this to actually work.
Additionally, injury management, intensity, enjoyment, relaxation and other factors may impact your results. Generally these are a case by case issue and will be handled accordingly.
InFitPTv Policies and Procedures can be viewed on our website at this link: http://www.infitptv.com/corporate-fitness-coaching/mission-statement/
Please note that these may change from time to time and an updated version of these terms and conditions will be stated on all invoices.
Attached is a pre-exercise health and fitness screening form. Please be sure to complete this form and send it back to Infitptv@gmail.com prior to your first training session.  
Click here to download —-> InFitPTv – Personal Screening
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