Description Client Name ; Calum Goals – To lose body fat but gain muscle mass. Have body weight around 90kg Stage 2: Development Minimum Evidence Requirements Comments Develops a coherent line of thought. — Provides a clear introduction summarising the main points of the project brief ensuring it links and flows from the plan. — Provides a rationale for the design of the training programme relating to client’s aims and objectives. (All elements must be achieved in each section in order to reach minimum evidence standard.) Contains accurate details of the client’s case. — Identifies five pieces of accurate and detailed information relating to client’s case. — Information may include: – personal details (gender, age, specific sport involvement) – client’s goals (linked clearly to objectives) – details of current level of fitness – dietary habits – previous/current activity level – lifestyle habits Applies Course knowledge and skills. — Identifies a minimum of two relevant Course Units and identifies information used from each unit. Applies effective research techniques. — Identifies five primary/secondary sources and states how they were used to gather information. — Shows effective analysis of the data gathered. (All elements must be achieved in each section in order to reach minimum evidence standard.) Accesses an appropriate range of resources. — Accesses a minimum of three appropriate resources and states how they were used. — Resources — books, websites, computer, gym equipment, fitness testing equipment, etc Applies problem solving techniques. — Identifies a problem and states how the problem affected the project. (All elements must be achieved in each section in order to reach minimum evidence standard.) Applies information and analysis effectively in designing and delivering the action plan. — Designs an action plan and applies five pieces of relevant information taken from the action plan. — Information may include: – applying appropriate screening techniques – applying appropriate and safe fitness tests – applying safe techniques in preparation of client for exercise – applying safe and appropriate techniques (including frequency, time, intensity) – offering appropriate advice regarding lifestyle changes – offering advice on dietary requirements This evidence may be demonstrated in the appendix section (ie training programme, dietary guidelines, screening procedures). This evidence may be demonstrated in the appendix section (ie training programme, dietary guidelines, screening procedures). Identifies and gathers appropriate evidence to check whether criteria has been met. — Identifies four methods that were used to gather appropriate evidence. — Methods may include: – results of screening procedures – results of fitness tests (before and after programme) – client feedback on diet – information gathered on training progression and adaptation – effectiveness of training programme (exercises) in achieving client’s goals This evidence may be demonstrated in the appendix section (ie training programme, dietary guidelines, screening procedures). Brings the project to an appropriate conclusion. — Meets with client and discusses results of programme. — Gives guidance for the future.