Listen to your female personal training clients and treat them with respect. Allow them to feel comfortable and safe. Then they can trust you, and only then can your programs change their lives!
Share/Bookmark It’s 10:02am. You wave goodbye to your previous client and swallow a gulp of air nervously awaiting your next meeting. With a brief stop at the office to pick up new client intake and par-q forms you put on your happy face. Chest up and with a big smile you greet the potential client waiting patiently for you with…
Exercise is pretty boring after a while. How many different ways can you teach somebody to lift, push or pull something? There are 2 creative ways to make programming more interesting.
Here’s 5 oft-ignored mavens for personal trainer referrals in the neighborhood who had trust and connections and interact with a lot of people over the course of the day and can blow up your business.
Do you even know exactly what you stand for, because if you don’t how the heck can anyone else?!
At first the two disciplines of fitness and writing seemed to be completely separate — one for the intellectual and the other for the guy who likes to lift stuff up and put stuff down. Despite the obvious differences between the two my mind inexplicable chose to pursue a passion in both.
Fatigued, stressed, distracted. Our clients come in with these issues every day. Should we train them?
Do you really want to throw fifty burpees or heavy back squats at a client who has just been chewed out by their boss?
It’s the start that stops most people. You can write the best workout in the world and it doesn’t matter if nobody does it.
Weight and reps aren’t the only way to vary an exercise. In fact that’s just scratching the surface.