Share/Bookmark The following is a guest article from Eric Bach. If you’re interested in submitting content, please refer to our contribution page. It’s early fall. You just wrapped up your 400-hour internship for your undergraduate exercise science degree. You have experience working in the field, a great four-year degree, and a burning desire to help others achieve their dreams. Heck,…
Share/Bookmark The following is a guest article from Kat Whitfield, If you’re interested in submitting content, please refer to our contribution page. Your facility is perfect. You’ve hand-selected every piece of equipment to provide the ultimate training experience for every type of client. From the reverse hyperextension you would’ve died to have at your old facility, to the numerous power…
Share/Bookmark The following is a guest article from Kristian Bouw. If you’re interested in submitting content, please refer to our contribution page. We’ve all experienced it. Fear creeping in as a result of doubt. Doubt arriving because of a lack of confidence. The lack of confidence stemming from not being grounded in a niche. Because if you stand for nothing,…
Im going to try to explain why I was led to believe that certain things were true that werent, why I gave my clients bad advice, and what I suggest you do to avoid my mistakes.
As trainers we’re taught pretty superficial guidelines for what blood pressure ranges are acceptable and which aren’t. Dr. Spencer Nadolsky gives the 411 on what trainers need to know about blood pressure.
It’s easier and cheaper to keep a current client than it is to try to find new ones. Here’s 15 Ways to Maximize Personal Trainer Client Retention.
This is the recording of a great Webinar presented by Brad Schoenfeld for the thePTDC Inner Circle. He’s arguably the top dog when it comes to hypertrophy research and spoke about the much-discussed “to crunch or not to crunch” debate (a topic which he published a paper on). He was also the 2011 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year.
Dominating the gym floor is the best way for personal trainers to get more clients and be more successful. Here’s 3 ways how.
How to get old personal training clients back in the gym by writing emails the proper way.
The buy in is the moment in a clients training cycle when they realize that they want to train for the long term. As a trainer, it’s a great moment to get to. Here’s how to get the buy in.