Class participants have experiences in a hospital setting, but have had questions about how to analyze, and utilize, strength and conditioning methods in a limited space, with limited exercise tools. This class will go over various techniques of managing exercise decisions based on pain, ports, wheelchairs, etc. In any setting, especially a hospital setting, a fitness specialist needs to know where the client is beginning to know if they are improving. This class goes over the many different assessments one can use to assess a client, and why some of these could or could not be applicable, depending on the client. We will also go over other questions can be asked as well to determine the initial health and mobility of the client. How do you know what hurts? The magnificent way your brain tells you there is a pain is a function that determines how mobile your client is! Does function determine structure or vice-versa? How can we help our clients manage their mobility during a training session if they walk in telling us they are in pain? We can lecture and go over powerpoint demonstrations on the information. Until the participants in class feel comfortable doing them in a class setting, how can they feel comfortable administering a safe and effective workout to their clients? This class will let them have hands on experience in doing so.