SGT Peterson Core Values

Integrity

Integrity is a character trait. It is the willingness to do what is right even when no one is looking.

It is the “moral compass”—the inner voice; the voice of self–control; the basis for the trust imperative in today’s world. Integrity is the ability to hold together and properly regulate all of the elements of a personality. A person of integrity, for example, is capable of acting on conviction. A person of integrity can control impulses and appetites. But integrity also covers several other moral traits indispensable to serving others.

Courage. A person of integrity possesses moral courage and does what is right even if the personal cost is high. Honesty. Honesty is the hallmark of the Personal Training professional because at SGT Peterson's, our word must be our bond. We don’t pencil-whip reports, we don’t cover up tech data violations, we don’t falsify documents, and we don’t mislead people. The bottom line is we don’t lie, and we can’t justify any deviation.

Responsibility. No person of integrity is irresponsible; a person of true integrity acknowledges his or her duties and acts accordingly. Accountability. No person of integrity tries to shift the blame to others or take credit for the work of others; “the buck stops here” says it best. Justice. A person of integrity practices justice. Those who do similar things must get similar rewards or similar punishments. Openness. Professionals of integrity encourage a free flow of information within the organization. They seek feedback from all directions to ensure they are fulfilling key responsibilities, and they are never afraid to allow anyone at any time to examine how they do business. Self-respect. To have integrity also is to respect oneself as a professional and a human being. A person of integrity does not behave in ways that would bring discredit upon himself or the organization to which he belongs. Humility. A person of integrity grasps and is sobered by the awesome task of leading the world in workouts.



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  • August 29, 2014 - Boot Camp 5:30PM - 6:30PM Clarence
    Time and details - Directions?
    Dynamic Warm Up Phase 1 _____/3 Must utilize exercises focusing on continuous, muscular strengthening exercises to MMF Water Break _____/1 No longer than 60 seconds Phase 2: _____/3 Must utilize exercises focusing on continuous, muscular strengthening exercises to MMF Water Break _____/1 No longer than 60 seconds Phase 3 _____/3 Must utilize exercises focusing on continuous, muscular strengthening exercises to MMF Practicality/safety _____/3 Workout must be balanced AND safe Every push up or shoulder press must be opposed with a mid-back exercise at some point Exercises requiring agility, stability and/or using plyometric motions must be done prior to bringing that muscle to MMF No trapezius exercises Workout must contain at least one rotator cuff exercise Workout must contain at least one glute/core strengthening exercise Dynamic Cool Down

  • September 1, 2014 - Boot Camp 6:00AM - 7:00AM Marina 763-300-1660
    Time and details - SGT Peterson's Directions?
    Dynamic Warm Up Phase 1 _____/3 Must utilize exercises focusing on continuous, muscular strengthening exercises to MMF Water Break _____/1 No longer than 60 seconds Phase 2: _____/3 Must utilize exercises focusing on continuous, muscular strengthening exercises to MMF Water Break _____/1 No longer than 60 seconds Phase 3 _____/3 Must utilize exercises focusing on continuous, muscular strengthening exercises to MMF Practicality/safety _____/3 Workout must be balanced AND safe Every push up or shoulder press must be opposed with a mid-back exercise at some point Exercises requiring agility, stability and/or using plyometric motions must be done prior to bringing that muscle to MMF No trapezius exercises Workout must contain at least one rotator cuff exercise Workout must contain at least one glute/core strengthening exercise Dynamic Cool Down

  • September 1, 2014 - MTS High School Workout (at school)
    Time and details - MTS High School, 2872 26th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN, United States Directions?
    Linear Speed Workout Dynamic Warm Up Plus extra 1 - 1 minute run in place 2 - 45 sec box steps backs 3 - 45 sec min toe taps on a box 4 - 45 sec Frankenstein kicks 5 - 45 sec Butt Kickers 6 - 45 sec Rock Baboas 40 minutes left in workout before stretching 30, 24, or 18 inch box depending on athlete’s size. -Power Single Leg Steps 4 sets to failure (about 25 or 30 reps). Take about 30 seconds rest between sets. -Explosive Box Jump Ups progressing from 12, 18, 24, 30, 36 *Note for boxes: FORM IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING! If they can’t explode have them do step backs until they can. Must have proper form when landing - WE NEVER HAVE PEOPLE JUMP OFF BOXES Make sure the box has nothing to fall on close to it and be prepared to spot people while doing this. -Superset: 1. 3 - Sets with each leg One leg step ups with high knee raises to 90 degrees *Make sure there glutes are activated. Work up to 25-30 reps but stop once form is lost for safety 2. 3 - Sets of incline sit ups to failure plus 10 reps of manual resistance /assistance after MMF. -Superset: 1. 3 Sets of single leg toe taps on 12, 18, 24 inch boxes past MMF, then to a lower box for fun 2. 3 sets of Explosive Hip Lifts 60 / 45/ 30 seconds, advanced version is doing this with a weight plate on waist or with one leg. If time left have them do following to failure: 1. Straight leg lifts to 90 degrees 2. Planks with Straight Leg Reverse Kicks 3. Fire Hydrants 4. Flutter kicks Instructor choice to end the workout with a game.



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