By: Mark J. Occhipinti, M.S., Ph.D., N.D.c. “It is a laughable sight, to see those guilds of cobblers and tailors… when they march in procession.. stopping, round shouldered, limping men, swaying from side to side. They look as though they had all been carefully selected for an exhibition of their infirmities.” Bermadino Ramazzo 1700. Introduction Physicians […]
By Jim Labadie Now more than ever, we in the fitness industry have a moral obligation to help those who are in desperate need of our help. We, in fact, have a responsibility to sell solutions to the problems associated with a sedentary lifestyle. Therefore, as a fitness professional you need to understand something very clearly […]
“How To Avoid The 3 Worst Mistakes Any Personal Trainer Can Make (Not Knowing These May Be Costing You Thousands Of Dollars Per Year)!” By Pat Necerato Mistake 1: Trainers Not Properly Dealing With Procrastination The biggest mistake personal trainers make is that they don’t properly deal with procrastination with each and every prospect. Procrastination […]
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By: Phil A. Lalli Just about every fitness center and gym seems to offer a version of the trendy boot camp workout these days. Some go with a pseudo-militaristic theme, complete with camouflage gear. Others refer to standard circuit classes as boot camps. Deciding what type of boot camp workout you want to teach determines where […]
You are entering the profession of personal fitness training at a time of growth and opportunity. Awareness of the benefits of personal training is expanding, as is the client market. This increased opportunity is accompanied by a huge influx of new personal trainers into the industry, which means increasedcompetition. The Foundation To begin, as a […]