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    Is it bad for a client to ask to repeat a workout?

    Suppose you put together a great workout for a client. The client loves it and asks for a repeat next session. Is the client kind of preventing you from using your own judgement to bring more good exercises? Should clients just say they liked a workout but stay mute as to the next one so the trainer can fully work his or her magic?
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    You can certainly repeat a program, but perhaps not the very next session. He/She is probably referring more to the intensity of the program, not the actual exercises.
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    We repeat workouts from time to time and in the end, after several weeks we had decided how to combine exercises that make the workout productive and funny.
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    I put my clients on a fixed program that alternates every other workout, that way I can actually track their progress. So if they liked their workout on Monday thats great, because they're running it again on Friday.
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    Originally Posted by Darkius View Post
    Suppose you put together a great workout for a client. The client loves it and asks for a repeat next session. Is the client kind of preventing you from using your own judgement to bring more good exercises? Should clients just say they liked a workout but stay mute as to the next one so the trainer can fully work his or her magic?
    I mean maybe it is something you might repaet but change minor things to fix the clients weaknesses. This is what I would do with clients. With online clients can be tough. Especially if they lack communication.
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