How to get old personal training clients back in the gym by writing emails the proper way.
The buy in is the moment in a clients training cycle when they realize that they want to train for the long term. As a trainer, it’s a great moment to get to. Here’s how to get the buy in.
5 great tips that any trainer can implement to have more effective consults.
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?
Do you ask any of these bad questions about personal training?
[Infographic] 101 Different reasons to exercise. Includes a free poster to download.
Share/Bookmark SUPPLEMENTS ARE GETTING OUT OF HAND–scratch that, they’ve already gotten out of hand. Supplements are the biggest threat to the integrity of the personal training industry and it’s up to you to be part of the solution and not contribute to the problem. From Prograde to Biotrust, Body by Vi to Herbalife, Shakeology to Isogenix and a host of…
I lost a personal training client not because I didn’t listen to him but because I didn’t read the signs properly. Learn from my mistakes.
Increasing strength and performance levels requires a psychological element–it’s not just physiological.
In this webinar, Jen lends examples and goes over compiled advice from dozens of top editors to break down the precise steps you need to get your writing up to par and make sure that the right people notice.