Nobody gets into personal training for health. Everybody wants to look better in front of the mirror. Greg tells us why we’re missing out on clients with this approach.
Veteran fitness writer Dan Trink tells you how to catch the eye of magazine and website gatekeepers and get them to publish YOUR articles.
145 personal trainers give their reasons why they want to write for fitness. These are amazing! thePTDC personal trainers are the best in the World.
Workouts are secondary. They don’t matter if you can’t get the client to stay.
Writing for fitness is an awesome way to make passive income but it’s near impossible to get heard. I want to help.
Share/Bookmark The following is a guest post by Elsbeth Vaino. You’re losing clients if you’re making these amateur mistakes training women. In a two part series, Elsbeth goes over 8 over-looked tips on training women that will earn you respect among your female clients. This is part 2 of the 8 Must Know Tips for Personal Training Women. Click here…
You’re losing clients if you’re making these amateur mistakes training women. Elsbeth Vaino goes over 8 over-looked tips on training women.
There’s one small thing you’re missing with your personal trainer marketing. Stop speaking to logic. Logic doesn’t sell.
While motivation is necessary, Jill Coleman offers an intelligent alternative to the push and shove method.
So you complain about the music in your gym but the proper sound depends on your workout.