Client 1: For BP have you client sit beside the table to rest arm.
Vertical Jump - a quick way to count - first red =0, each red after is 6 inch, blue is 1, white is 0.5.
I notice you only did jumping and pull ups for tests - considering including some others as well. Good to have a few things to look back on. Will also help you with programming.
Client 2: No show
Don't forget your polo!
Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early so that you are prepared for you client and not late. I would take some sort of assessment info - height, weight, blood pressure & RHR to make sure client is cleared to exercise.
Get in the habit of using a mixed grip when spotting/re-racking for bench press.
What was the purpose of the shoulder external rotation followed by static stretching? A better warm up for bench would be something more dynamic. Rotator cuff muscles provide stabilization in the bench press - no sense in fatiguing those muscles before heavy lifting.
Good practice to introduce yourself and welcome your client when you first meet them.
For BP & HR make sure client has both feet flat on the ground for an accurate reading.
Remove shoes and any heavy items for weight. Weight should be a quick measurement - looked like it was taking some time.
Squat - bar was way to low. Try to look more involved instead of tapping on your legs
Could have done more assessments - we want to look at more than the squat.
Don't forget your polo
It's a good idea to be at your clients level when talking, your client was seated, grab a chair so that you are not standing over them.
Make sure client has feet flat on the ground for BP & HR.
Best to remove bulky clothing for measurements - could go somewhere more private for this.
Nice attempt with the FMS - practice this more. Set up for the various movements was incorrect. Work on giving clearer instructions to your client.
Hold the weight close to the chest for a goblet squat - also considering what you saw in the FMS screen - elevate clients heels.
I like how you used FMS screening and predicted 1RM.
Always best practice to help your client re rack the weight when finished squatting.
Think about your body position and posture when talking to clients.
Could include predicted 1RM for pulling exercises as well - deadlifts, rows, pulls ups.
Why did you go for a goblet squat after the back squat? Clients back squat looked good.
Make sure you are cueing your client to maintain an upright posture with the bulgarian split squat - sometimes holding the weight goblet style can help with this.
Try and engage more with your client at times it looked a bit silent.
Alice: There are chairs in the storage room if you ever need them.
Your client moved the bar pretty easy for the bench - could have started with 10lbs vs 2.5 to be more efficient.
Again assessments were all push related (bench press & squat)- what about pulling?
Move the bike into the space of the room.