Where did the coach study? What experience do they have? What do they want? At this stage, we try to get to know the person better and get a sense of their personality.
Does the coach understand human biomechanics and physiology? Do they know their way around sports equipment? How does the coach create training programs, and can they account for various individual body features? At this stage, we check the theoretical background of each potential coach.
Knowing and doing are not the same thing. At this point, we check how the coach applies all their knowledge in practice.
If the coach passes the first three stages, we sign a 2-week contract with them. During this time, both we and the coach get to understand whether EBSH is a good fit for the coach and whether the coach is a good fit for EBSH.
After a two-week internship, the coach has to pass a test assignment. Now they have to create three different training programs for different levels of fitness, different training formats, and for different types of training.
Now, if the programs are all right, the coach needs to run these three training sessions for 3-4 people. It is here that all the strengths and weaknesses of the coach will become entirely apparent.
Over the next three years, the coach will take first aid training, receive certification from one of the world's leading companies (TRX, Strong First, Animal Flow, etc.), and regularly attend international conventions and seminars.