Voice Training for Fitness Trainers
A specialised voice training program for the high physical demands of Fitness Trainers, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists and Coaches.
fitness instructors voice program
How to project effectively and safely
Who is it for?
A specific program for Physiotherapists, Fitness Instructors, Exercise Physiologists and Coaches. How to use and save your voice while you train.
Why is this important?
The same group of muscles you use to talk and yell are the same ones to help you to lift weights and increase muscle mass. This has led to an increase in vocal damage treatment for fitness instructors.
Improve your clients outcomes
Help identify when your clients are at risk. As more diversity in ages start to use gyms learn to understand how the voice changes as we age, body demands, medications and complex health concerns effect how we vocalise and to keep your clients safe.
ESP offers bespoke voice programs for individuals, groups, owner/operators and conference.
Using a sliding scale of complexity for your needs, learning anatomy, physiology and the physics of sound will assist you learn how the voice works and it's limits.
Fitness instructors are high intense voice users and a large percentage of clients a Speech Pathologist will see with vocal damage. Voicing like any muscle needs warming up and cooling down. Simple and quick exercises are used to help stretch and strengthen the muscles used for intense vocal demands.
Voice loss or decline can result in pain, discomfort, decrease in volume, being less effective and time off work. Strategies to repair your voice when damages are taught to get you at your best as fast as possible.
We give practical instructions on how to project your voice in a safe and comfortable way. We give you step by step strategies to project to the back of the room in a loud and noisy environment.
How to get
Send your enquiries to: email@example.com
Find out more about your voice at our dedicated voice site. The Masters of Voice.
Why choose David?
David has been a practicing Speech Pathologist for almost 20 years. With a vast experience in voice care and treatment. In his previous life he studied a BA in Music with a Singing Major using the Estill Voice Method. Finally, he has spent many years working with people with Dysphagia (swallowing difficulties). Why does this matter?
“The same instrument that we use to talk, is the same one that allows us to sing, to breath and to swallow. With each area of study and practice brings insight and strategies you never would have thought of.” David B.