Group Coaching: Split Payment
Buy this with your coach’s name and email address and make sure you are logged out. You must create a new account for each coach during the checkout process.
We develop coaches by Degree.
The Two-Brain Coaching Second Degree Program is designed to prepare someone to coach your group class offerings at your gym.
This program includes both coursework and three one-on-one mentoring calls with a Two-Brain Coaching Group Coach.
Your purchase includes one license for one coach. In the First Degree course, coaches were taught how to deliver a fixed lesson plan (your on- ramp) to a fixed audience (one person). Now, we are increasing the complexity by moving to a variable audience. The fixed lesson plan will be your gym’s programming for that day. Upon completion of the course and passing the comprehensive quiz at the end, you will be:
1. Able to guide a new client through your on-ramp and group class programs.
2. Able to guide a client through a prescribed exercise program created by a Third-Degree Coach.
4. Eligible for any Two-Brain Business HealthShare programs.
The gym owner or gym’s Head Coach will work alongside the online program to teach new coaches how to deliver 1:1 coaching prescriptions. Upon purchase, gym owners should download the Second Degree guide; Intrapreneurialism Owner’s Guide and Intrapreneurialism 101 handbooks. They accompany the online materials.
Six Degrees of Coaching, in a nutshell:
First Degree Coach: The one on one coach that is following a template or a script. This coach is basically leading new members through an OnRamp program, or getting them ready to train with you.
Second Degree Coach: “Instead of just coaching people one on one, now we’re going to resource them with how to deal with a group. So we’re teaching a group from a template or a script with structure.”
Third Degree Coach: “Now we’re actually going to go back to one on one, but we’re going to introduce elements of program design.” This coach is a well-taught personal trainer who can lead a group by following a class plan, too.
Fourth Degree Coach: “As you graduate up to the next level, we’re just layering on a little bit more complexity so there’s a little bit more responsibility on behalf of the coach. So we’re still going to allow them to oversee elements of program design. But now we’re going to take this over an entire group population.” This coach learns to program for groups, based on historical results and data.
Fifth Degree Coach: “What we would term the head coach or the director of training for an entire facility. They’re assessing and evaluating the coaching staff. They are responsible for delivering continuing education in a very structured way. They would also be responsible for onboarding new coaches. They gather and assess this data so that we can use it to drive current and future programs. They’re looking at innovation and adapting that to their gym.”
To listen to Josh Martin describe the Degrees of Coach Development, listen here.