If only one thing is taught please let it be how to punch properly, saves sore wrists and injuries.
In terms of coaching, I'm not new to coaching, I've coached decent level cricket sides and was a Primary School coach for a few years. As a PT I've run plenty of group classes already too and having done mma for years now I know how to organise, control and run and effective class.
With regards to this job it starts with basic boxercise classes and PT sessions then as you develop (or show ability) you can progress to running more advanced classes.
At the moment the people I'll be teaching are your usual boxing for fitness groups, older guys and birds etc. my "outside of boxing" coaching experience, mma background and PT certs were enough to get the interview, and i sort of need this job. I know how to run a class, but given all the interviewees run their own I'm just looking for some tips from more experienced guys in the industry which could help me run things smoother or stand out. If i don't it'll be another skint xmas ;)
cheers to everyone for the help.
believe me, im not aiming on scamming anyone, least of all the clients. just need a foot in the door..
Each interviewee is going to run a class and the bloke'll obviously pick the best trainers. im confident in my ability, was just looking for proven drills/ideas that could help me stand out better than the others who're running classes.
I know how to run a class, I was looking on advice on how to be better