Monthly Archives: February 2012
My first sexual encounter was my ah-ha moment to stay in the gym. Discover your clients and learn how to re-paint the picture for them
Stop telling your client to activate their glutes. This is how you cue and this is how your clients learn.
Thinking of becoming a personal trainer? Don’t make the same mistakes we did.
Do you hate training certain types of clients? Chances are they don’t like training with you either. Define your brand and build your business.
How one trainer overcame his parents objections and pushed on in his quest to become the best
Are you a struggling commercial gym trainer. Read this and follow the guidelines to enter the contest and get more clients than you can handle.
Training 11 clients in a row is difficult but having a well-organized metaphorical desk makes it reasonable and productive.
A quick system to assessing your clients when they complain of pain to decide whether you can continue training them or not.
Mike Robertson answers the question “Should we train people in pain”
Happy Superbowl Sunday everybody. By now you should all have you chili slow-cooking and your houses should be filling up with the smell of beanie goodness. Instead of watching all of the pregame shananigans why not catch up on your fitness reading? If you missed the PTDC reads this past week here they are: 101 [...]