Recent Posts by Matt Solomon, B.S.

    Matt is a speaker and high-performance Health Coach and Holistic Nutritionist. He is committed to helping people realize their own potential and achieve optimal health. Matt believes in an integrative approach to wellness including balanced nutrition, emotional support and customized programs to support individual health goals.

    7 Steps to Getting Hired as an Online Personal Trainer

    In recent years, and especially since the social distancing recommendations and stay-at-home orders made during the COVID-19 pandemic, people have turned to web-based fitness coaching and personal training services to stay on top of their exercise and physical activity routines. 

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    6 Things to Look Out for Before Taking (or Recommending) a Supplement

    Health professionals tend to have strong opinions when it comes to the role of supplements in the overall health and wellness of their patients and clients. Some see supplements as an ally to achieving health and fitness goals, while others feel that we should focus solely on diet and exercise before thinking of integrating supplements into our daily regimen. 

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    How to Use Text Message Marketing to Grow Your Wellness Business

    If you’re a personal trainer, health coach, or a nutritionist, the key to growing your business is motivating your leads and customers. Text messages can help you motivate your customers while growing your business. 

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    How to Create A Content Strategy to Attract Nutrition Coaching Clients

     

    Having a digital presence and providing valuable content isn’t optional anymore for nutrition coaches. Word-of-mouth marketing does work but might plateau or rollercoaster. Have a strategy and a plan in place to keep a steady lead generation and more regular business. Follow these steps to build your Nutrition Coaching content strategy plan:

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    How to Craft Marketing Messages That Speak to Your Clients

    What made you want to become a fitness and nutrition professional? It probably wasn’t your excitement about marketing your business. But to be a successful business owner and help your clients reach their goals, you need clients. In this article, we help you learn how to craft marketing messages that feel and sound like you so you can attract your ideal clients. 

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    How To Make a Website You Can Be Proud Of

    You want to be as proud of your website as you are your business and the work you do. But website development has gotten sophisticated, and navigating the process can be daunting. Don’t stress! Get a website you can be proud of with these tips and tricks:Know Your Brand

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    Closed Chain Exercise For Legs and Knees

    One interesting idea in exercise and rehabilitation divides exercises into closed chain and open chain. Chains are links of body parts, such as foot, ankle, knee, and hip during walking. In a closed chain the end of the chain farthest from the body is fixed, such as a squat where your feet are fixed and the rest of the leg chain moves. In open chains the end is free, such as in a seated leg extension.

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    Top 7 Ways to Combat Holiday Stress

     

    For many, the holidays are filled with never-ending to-to lists, visits from difficult relatives and the obligations of securing thoughtful (and pricey) holiday gifts, which is why stress levels increase over the holidays.

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    12 Easy Holiday Workout Plans

    When the holidays come around, schedules get packed and cookie trays are everywhere. That can make it more challenging to stick to your nutrition and fitness routines, but sneaking time in to exercise can have huge benefits, from lowering holiday-related stress to minimizing the impact of all those delicious treats. Keep these 12 strategies in mind when you’re ready to move:

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    The Education You Need to Become a Certified Personal Trainer

    If you’re stuck in the daily grind of your nine-to-five desk job and you find yourself dreaming about helping others achieve their health and wellness goals, it might be time for a career change. With your passion, drive, and commitment, now is the best time to pursue an education to become a personal trainer and start changing lives.

    Here are four things you need to know as you explore personal trainer education and certification and work toward your end goal of helping others achieve health and fitness.

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