Intro To Training – Strengthening The FoundationHave your student’s nailed down the basics of foundational human movements and ready for the next step? Before making the jump from bodyweight movements to barbell, Fit 102 helps students solidify the basics with another great slate of programming!Students will learn various compound movements and loaded versions of our fundamental movement patterns. We will add elements of competition and intensity, growing our mental and physical work capacity as well.Program Overview Video – (1 Minute, 53 Seconds To Watch)Looking to explore how a program like PLT4M could fit into your Physical Education program this coming year?Request A DemoFirst Hand Experiences With Intro To TrainingAdam Hughes – Health and Wellness Teacher | Head Strength and Conditioning Coach“To help with programming and scheduling, we decided to utilize a range of PLT4M’s Introductory Programs to structure our classes curriculum options.The progressional programs allow all of our students in class to work independently at their own pace. The intention is that each student can achieve and succeed in reaching their own personal wellness goals.(Check out Adam’s full article on how they have created a fitness education curriculum to empower all students at Canton High School) Options For In Class and At Home!Intro To Training can be teacher led in the classroom, used as a hybrid model with instructional videos and resources, or with fully functional pause and play videos. While this program is the first introduction to a few different types of training equipment, the majority of this program can still be conducted at home! With some easy and creative substitutions, this is another great program for wherever your students will be learning this year.