The Top Article of the Week
What's The Worst They Could Say? -- Pete Dupuis
If you're like most personal trainers, sales is your least favorite part of the job.
It's also likely the most important part of your job. Most personal trainers need to make their own sales in order to have any income whatsoever.
So how does a personal trainer with no sales training become a master at the game?
Pete Dupuis here to save the day, with this week's top article.
Squat Variations To Fix Your Problem Areas -- Zach Long
Aaron Davis On Assessment Monitoring And Fatigue --Mike Robertson
Detraining is a Bastard. This is How You Deal. -- James Fell
5 Life-Changing Nutrition Tips for New Moms-- Jessie Mundell, Girls Gone Strong
Why Strength Training is SO Important as You Start Aging-- John Falkinder
Are You Using Your Lats? -- Chad Aichs, EliteFTS
10 Keys To A Big Bench Press (Part 1) -- Tony Bonvechio
The Path To Anti Fragility -- Chris Duffin, EliteFTS
Stop Making Fat Loss So Complicated -- Bryan Krahn
Peak Week Depletion Phase -- Steve Hall
Avoid These Personal Training Referral Program Mistakes -- Ryan Ketchum
Sometimes You Just Need To Stop Talking -- Erica Suter
Why Do Trainers Have Clients Do Odd Looking Exercises? -- Brian Kent, National Academy of Sports Medicine