Quiet Periods and How to Overcome Them

Paul Hooper | 28 Aug 2018

Quiet periods are a way of life for a relatively new CPT. Whether it is your first week or first year, there will be times when your week goes quiet due to a number of factors.

It could be school holidays and some of your clients who are parents have ...

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Three Fitness Toys You Should Have That You Don’t Have Now

Maurice Williams | 23 Aug 2018

Three Fitness Toys You Should Have That You Don’t Have Now

What fitness professional is not attracted to some new shiny piece of fitness equipment? On numerous occasions, I have glanced through fitness equipment magazines, looked on the web or visited a fitness gym and saw something that I wanted. ...

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Adding Health and Wellness Coaching to Your Personal Training Business

Trinity Perkins | 15 Aug 2018

When I first started personal training, I was focused solely on providing the best workout experience for my clients. I took pride in how much time I spent on program design, studying different training techniques and challenging my clients with each workout. When their training sessions ended, clients stepped ...

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Virtual Training

Dean Hodgkin | 01 Aug 2018

Does fitness online and on-demand training sound the death knell for the face-to-face trainer?

Having worked in the fitness industry for over 30 years, incorporating personal training, group exercise instruction, small group training, and management roles, I have a fairly unique viewpoint on this recent tech development that's beginning to ...

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Getting Clients to Stay on Track for Their Goals

Bob Wells | 24 Jul 2018

Once the initial excitement fades away, the real work begins.

How we continue this work once the aforementioned honeymoon period is over will help determine how successful our clients will ultimately be.

As we can all attest to, life ironically gets in the way of our clients improving their lives, especially ...

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