Personal training for runners is big business. Here is how you plan the strength training for runners.
This massive free e-book lays out every mistake that personal trainers make and the solutions to each.
Share/Bookmark The busy first month of the year is in the books and I hope you were all able to retain a good amount of your New Years clients. As we enter the depths of winter days tend to get long and motivation tends to sway but keep your heads up and keep getting your clients great results. February and…
Want to get published in a major fitness magazine. Author Lee Boyce did just that at 22 years old! Here’s how.
Share/Bookmark How to Use Olympic Weightlifting to Help your Client Achieve the Lean Muscularity of an Athlete, Even if you Don’t Have a Platform or Bumper Plates Olympic Weightlifting is a sport in itself; consisting of the Snatch and the Clean and Jerk. Both movements require substantial flexibility, coordination and whole body strength and power to move the bar from the floor…
Geoff Girvitz gives the lowdown on how to run an effective group exercise program.
Share/Bookmark Another weeks coming and gone and I hope you’re all settling down after the inevitable flurry of activity in the new year. If you haven’t already “liked” the PTDC on Facebook go check out the page here. We have some dynamite content in the next 3 weeks featuring a couple different coaches and the trainer who writes programs for…
Do you or any of your clients suffer from chronic knee pain? It’s crazy common and rehabbed poorly in almost every case I’ve ever seen. I’ve been privy to check out an awesome and easy to read resource that will make you understand what chronic knee pain is and give you an unbeatable plan (downloadable) to use. It blew me away when I got it last week and I’ve been using it successfully with my clients all week. I’ll drop a post with info later tonight.
Are compliments killing your business? Compliments can be an effective tool for retention and building relationships when used properly. Or can ruin you.
Looking for a personal trainer job. National Fitness Hall of Fame member Dave Parise is looking for another member to join his team.