3 important lessons that every personal trainer can gain from.
A primer on posture for personal trainers
This is the story of Jordan, who lost 200lbs, changed his life, and decided to devote himself to helping others make a similar change.
23 Tips for training women from 23 different personal trainers
How to market to the non-gym crowd for personal trainers.
In response to “Just Stop – And 8 Other Things Your Trainer Wishes to Tell You.”
The non-gym market is huge and mostly un-touched. Here’s how to get people into your club or bootcamp that are uncomfortable with the gym and idea of having a trainer.
Diastasis recti, if untreated, will force your client to train their body to rely on other muscles (e.g., the hip flexors and spinal erectors) to stabilize their pelvis because the anterior core is now useless to them.
Stretching hypermobile clients will wreck their joints and continue the painful cycle. Learn what you must do instead from Eric Cressey.
Share/Bookmark The following is a guest article from Joe Radosevich. If you’re interested in submitting content, please refer to our contribution page. When I trained at a commercial gym, I easily sold new clients on training. However, after I filled the busiest parts of my day, I didn’t have time available to meet with prospective clients. It’s a common trainer…