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.
5 Common mistakes that booth rookie and experienced personal trainers make that kill their business and moral. Are you making these mistakes?
Misplaced guidance, unfounded promises, lack of integrity, biased decision making, and money-grubbing have all become synonymous with personal training.
The holidays are a time for family, joy, and cards. That and getting new clients, building relationships, and improving adherence. It all starts with holiday cards….
People are not comfortable in the gym. It all starts with us, personal trainers. Here are the steps to get people into the gym and stop the rising obesity trend.
How to deal with the client who is always rushing and mentally disengaged.