Recent Posts by Steve Hollman B.S.

    Steve Hollman B.S., holds numerous certifications specializing in weight management, chronic disease treatment and prevention, sports nutrition, and fitness. He believes that fitness is holistic in nature and should include nutritional balance, mental clarity, emotional wellness and functional strength movement.

    How to Get Featured on the News as a Health and Wellness Expert in 2020

    Media coverage is one of the fastest ways to position yourself as a health and wellness expert and reach a broader audience with your message. However, with so many stories competing for limited air time, you may be unsure how to cut through the noise to even get the chance to pitch your idea. The key is in building the right relationships with the right people and then tailoring a pitch that will resonate with them.

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    How to Choose & Register Your Domain Name for 2020

    If you’re a nutritionist, health coach, personal trainer, or other health and wellness professional looking to establish your own business, you definitely need to focus on setting up an online presence for yourself.

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    7 Email Strategies to Attract More Nutrition Clients

     

    Email marketing is a wildly successful channel that still reigns supreme. You might think that social media tops the list of most effective sales channels, but it’s actually email that gets the job done.

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    10 Common Mistakes Aspiring Health Coaches Make

    Choosing to become a health coach can be an extremely exciting and lucrative career path. New coaches are entering the field every day, and this $2 billion industry shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

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    Helping Addicts Through Fitness

    Recovery from substance abuse is extremely stressful both physically and mentally. While most treatments for addiction involve verbal counseling, some addicts may benefit from a more physical, hands-on form of recovery.

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    25 Reasons Now is the Time To Get Started in the Health & Fitness Industry

    If you’ve ever thought about becoming a health or fitness professional, you’re not alone - the U.S. health coaching industry was worth $6.14 billion in 2017, up 15% from 2014. That staggering growth shows no signs of stopping with experts estimating the market to be worth $7.85 billion by 2022, with 121,000 coaches practicing.

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