Fitness and nutrition naturally go hand-in-hand, and personal trainers are often asked for their advice on how clients can boost performance, lose weight, deal with a chronic health condition, lower potential health risks, and get adequate nutrient intake.Read More >
Fitness and nutrition go hand-in-hand when it comes to health, so it makes sense that many personal training clients may have questions about food choices, meal plans, and supplements that can complement their training.Read More >
When Idaho resident Katie Hug reached 270 pounds, becoming a personal trainer wasn’t on her mind.
She was taking a long list of medications. She felt tired and hungry most of the time. And in between chasing three little kids around, she ate...a lot. It was her way of dealing with anxiety, stress, and depression.Read More >
When Dave Smith decided he wanted to learn how to become a personal trainer, he earned a fitness certification and started training clients in the gym.
It was a great way to get started. But he wanted more control over his schedule, more time to spend with his family, a way to earn more money, and ultimately to help more people achieve their health and fitness goals.Read More >
Train clients. Get results. That’s your main objective when you’re a certified personal trainer. Nevertheless, being a personal trainer involves much more work than what your clients see in the gym. You’ve got to manage your schedule, develop programs, bill clients for training sessions, run marketing campaigns, and keep clients motivated to help them achieve their goals.Read More >
Having a killer marketing strategy is important for turning leads into prospects, but what turns potential clients into long-term ones? Trust.Read More >
Everybody starts somewhere. After you’ve done all the work to earn your personal training certification, you have the knowledge and skills to help people lose weight, build muscle, train for a race, or get in shape. But before you can put your skills to work, you need to find your first client.Read More >
Personal trainers bring a wealth of knowledge to every client interaction, from conveying proper form to emphasizing injury prevention to relaying the latest fitness techniques. One of the best skills they offer, though, is the ability to help clients set meaningful, realistic goals that help them see progress during every step of a fitness journey.Read More >
When considering which social media platform deserves your main effort, it’s tough to beat Instagram. In December, the site reported it had 600 million users and is adding about 15 million new users every month. Although only a tiny slice of those might be sales leads for your personal trainer business, that share is enough to guarantee sustainable success for your company.Read More >