01 May Aris DeMarco FMS2, SFL, SFB
Aris comes to us with an strong understanding of the fundamentals of human movement . He is truly a student of Strength and has studied strength and conditioning programming at a level that few people I know have done . One of the best qualities of Aris, is he can sit down with a client, break down their goals and understand the direction that he needs to take them to achieve them. As for his philosophy here are a few things he has to say about it.
- Experience training oneself and others is at least as valuable as book knowledge for any coach.
- Being able to teach the basics well and knowing and when to start incorporating anything beyond them is the most useful skill for a trainer to have.
- Circumstances should dictate goals.
- Do what works, now. There is no ‘what works, period.
- Long term discipline and consistency trump short term motivation and intensity.
- Progress should be the standard, not perfection