It’s not uncommon that we choose an inappropriate weight for our clients. Learn how to increase the intensity without wasting the entire set.
You asked, we answered. This month in The PTDC mailbag: gaining followers and dominating social media, getting over imposter syndrome, and the best ways to keep clients.
Every so often, we feature a coach who’s making an impact somewhere. In today’s edition, we have the 20+ year veteran, Bryan Krahn.
Communication is important, but it’s the things you don’t say (but do) that can be more powerful for building trust.
Training clients with vertigo needs to be delicately handled and is a matter of being smarter with exercise selection and other careful considerations.
The term “core training” gets thrown around a lot, but chances are most trainers (and clients) don’t know what that even entails.
You know what clients need, but sometimes clients think they know better. Here’s how you can match what your clients want with what they need.
Let’s go over what qualities to look for in a rockstar personal trainer, what to do during the interview process, and how to make the hiring decision.
Nutrition advice is often a legal gray area, so how can personal trainers give advice without getting into trouble? Let’s find out what you can or cannot do.
Don’t just try to compete with thousands of the same-y trainers. Eliminate the competition by finding your unique selling proposition and improving your fitness marketing.