We brought in Bob McAtee, author of Facilitated Stretching (which has sold over 100,000 copies since 1994) to answer whether or not personal trainers stretch their clients?
Increasing strength and performance levels requires a psychological element–it’s not just physiological.
Instead of thinking about it as an hour lost, why not consider it an hour gained? Having a client cancel isn’t fun, but here’s 10 things to do during that time to make sure you take full advantage of the hour.
High performance communication as presented by PTDC coach Michael Torres is a recording of a seminar presented to thePTDC Inner Circle.
Personal trainers are over busy people. There are however, 7 strategies that can be used to manage time as a personal trainer.
The following is a guest post by Eric Falstrault. Interested in making a guest post? Have at a look at our contribution page. There’s a steady stream of trainers in and out of gyms these days. The question remains: are you going to be one of them? After more than 15 years of seeing young and old trainers […]
This is a guest post by Joe Vennare, co-founder of Hybrid Athlete. He and his brother have built Hybrid Athlete into a thriving business to both educate clients and trainers. He gives some tips on marketing your fitness business and telling your story. Interested in contributing? Send your article here. I have a confession to make: […]
Ever spend an hour with a client explaining the benefits of personal training and taken them through a wonderfully constructed session only to have them walk out the door with just a card and a smile? Failing to close a sales opportunity can be extremely frustrating. Like it or not, being a fantastic trainer isn’t […]
This is a guest post by Justin Grinnell, Creator of Grinnell Training Systems and the Owner of State of Fitness in East Lansing, Michigan. After seeing the way NOT to run an internship program, Justin created his own when he opened his facility. Here, he leaves us with five tips for choosing the right fitness internship. […]