Don’t you hate the negative image shows like the Biggest Loser give to personal trainers? I do. But what really goes on behind the scenes…
Was your goal to become a personal trainer for athletes? If so do you train your general population clients like athletes even though it’s not best suited for them? Chris Smith teaches when and how to take athletic training principles and put them towards your general pop client.
It’s a tough job. Do you love it?
Everybody lives by selling something. Personal Trainers seem to be against marketing and selling but it’s a part of the business.
Knowing what to say isn’t as important as knowing when to keep quiet.
The word “functional” is used way too much. Nobody knows what it means anymore. It’s a bastardized term.
How the military helped Stew carve out his niche in the fitness industry.
Charlie gives us 5 in-the-trenches tips that you won’t be able to find in books.
Mark is a personal trainer from Manhattan who trains with dancers. He lets us know how he successfully trains this population with their unique needs.
Share/Bookmark Sorry we haven’t done these in a while. Truth is I’ve been getting so many questions that I haven’t had time to post the responses. I thought this was a great one and want to share the answer. – Jon —————————————- Q: How do I tell people their form sucks, they are wasting their time, they are probably going…