How to Make Each Client Feel Special in 2019

Maurice Williams | 14 Mar 2019

Let’s face it, there are three reasons why our clients work with us. Those three are results, convenience and they are made to feel special.

We don’t have too much control over convenience, but we have more control over the results they get. However, we oftentimes place too much emphasis ...

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Practicing within your Scope

Paul Hooper | 12 Mar 2019

Across the vast landscape that is the fitness industry is a plethora of personal trainers operating inside, around and outside their qualified scope of practice.

While the regulations around this industry are still very grey and not necessarily policed as hard as they should be, the risk falls back onto ...

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Sport Specific Training: Pros and Cons

Andrew Props | 06 Mar 2019

It seems like youth athletes of today are ‘specializing’ in their respective sport earlier and earlier. All of them seem to have the aspirations of being a professional athlete. But does it come at a price? Is it worth it to specialize in a sport then train specifically for ...

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Negative Thinking

Dean Hodgkin | 17 Jan 2019

Should you encourage your clients to be eccentric?

For many years, it appeared that resistance training with a focus on eccentric muscular contractions could only be found hidden away in the dark corners of hardcore bodybuilding gyms. While some great examples can now be found in elite sports conditioning and ...

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You’ve Heard About Split Training, What About Split Results Tracking?

Dean Zweck | 27 Nov 2018

There’s no doubt about it, we are in the results business. People come to us to achieve a certain outcome - in general, to look, feel or perform better. However, most Fitness Professionals are not tracking results at all. For my previous company, we asked 1000 personal training clients ...

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