Share/Bookmark The following is a guest post from Martin Rittenberry based in Minnesota. He’s developed a powerful system for building an exercise library that will improve both your online and in-person business. “Hey! This is John at Dynamite Training Studios here to teach you…” 12:31 video length, no thank you. Click. “Hey! This is Scott with Scott Fitness and I’m…
Incorporating these 5 habits and making them unconscious behaviors in your training business will help you with your sales consultations, get better results with your clients, and create stronger bonds with current clients to get more referrals.
Share/Bookmark Ok. So we’ve all heard the reasons why women should lift weights yet, there’s still confusion in some circles. This is wrong and the silly myth that a woman will get bulky or hairy or manly if she lifts weights needs to end. I polled thePTDC Facebook page for their best pitch in under 3 sentences on why women…
Pretty much everything you’d ever need to know about where to work as a personal trainer.
Personal trainers are pertinent to preventative care and could decrease health care costs by billions of dollars/year worldwide.
Want to grow your online or offline business by gathering clients through your website. These 5 mistakes could be stopping quality leads from applying OR could be setting precedents that are stopping leads from purchasing your services because you haven’t been able to show value.
We constantly reference vulgar sexual images and fantastical imagery as a teaching tool. One of my trainers often takes off his pants and teaches with a “mangina” (don’t even ask). Our clients spend as much time laughing as they do sweating.
You can’t fit a square peg into a round hole… PTDC coach Karsten Jensen presents a webinar on periodization for the everyday client.
To celebrate the 2 year anniversary of thePTDC, Jon is giving away his book 100% for a very limited time.
Most personal trainers do assessments. While they should assess their clients, many of them are not trained enough to diagnose and treat dysfunction. Mike Reinold and Jonathan Goodman teamed up to discuss how personal trainers and physical therapists can collaborate.