Your high fives stink. They’re boring, haphazard, and misguided. We’ve got you covered though. Here’s some high fives to add to your arsenal.
Are you making Stupid SMAT goals. Many trainers do but you’re different, so show it.
For some reason it’s become a point of pride to call oneself “strength coach” instead of personal trainer.
Bret Contreras steps away from research for a minute and lays out what’s actually important for trainers to be successful.
If you’re recommending stuff to your clients that you don’t fully understand STOP! You don’t have a professional scope but you sure as hell have a professional responsibility.
Believe it or not, people like to do a good job.
There’s one thing missing people wouldn’t think of putting in the gym. That missing piece is the “disabled” trainer. Jim Smith shares his thoughts on the topic.
Society has this ingrained, and albeit very unfortunate, social stigma to it. There are however many active disabled people…
Dan Trink shares with us his month long journey of self-preparation for website and magazine photos.
Stop struggling to get clients. Read this book and in minutes/day for $0 you will have clients begging to train with you — and it’s free!