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Getting Out Of A Personal Training Rut

Getting Out Of A Personal Training Rut

Posted on Wednesday 29th June 2016

Any job can get monotonous, and Personal Training is no different. Even though no two days are ever the same as you see different clients in different areas, if your workouts are largely the same thing over and over again - albeit with small tweaks to individualise them - you may be in a Personal Training rut.

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Why Every Personal Trainer Needs To Continue Their Education

Why Every Personal Trainer Needs To Continue Their Education

Posted on Wednesday 22nd June 2016

In any profession, the learning doesn’t stop once you leave school or university. On-the-job training continues well into your working life, and if you’re smart you’ll also actively continue your education through formal and informal sessions and courses.

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The Best Workout Spots In Sydney

The Best Workout Spots In Sydney

Posted on Wednesday 1st June 2016

In such a large country, there are always going to be plenty of options available when it comes to working out.

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How To Promote Your Fitness Business

How To Promote Your Fitness Business

Posted on Tuesday 24th May 2016

Whether it’s a gym, outdoor fitness training group, fitness workshop or Personal Training business, promotion is key. Even the best businesses and trainers in the world need to constantly promote their services to get more customers and clients.

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How To Train Clients With Low Self-Esteem

How To Train Clients With Low Self-Esteem

Posted on Tuesday 17th May 2016

Clients with low self-esteem can often be hard to train. A person’s self-respect is closely linked to the way they treat their bodies, and also how they allow others to help them.

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Getting Started In The Fitness Industry: At Home

Getting Started In The Fitness Industry: At Home

Posted on Tuesday 26th April 2016

Once you’ve received your Personal Training qualification, the sky’s the limit in terms of how far you can grow your business. But before you become a success, there’s important ground work you need to undertake first to set up your very own Personal Training business from home.

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5 Essential Areas To Cover Before You Start Training A New Client

5 Essential Areas To Cover Before You Start Training A New Client

Posted on Tuesday 19th April 2016

When you meet a new client, not only do you want to project the right image, make them feel comfortable with you and excite them about their own fitness goals, but you also want to know the important questions to ask them to ensure you understand their needs completely.

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How To Behave In The Massage Room

How To Behave In The Massage Room

Posted on Friday 15th April 2016

Getting a massage is a wonderful way to relax your body and mind, and completely recharge the batteries.

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Getting Started In The Fitness Industry: Gyms

Getting Started In The Fitness Industry: Gyms

Posted on Monday 28th March 2016

You have completed your fitness qualification, done all the practical work and everything else you need to do, and now you want to make your debut in the fitness industry, specifically in gyms. So where should you start? The first thing to remember is that your certification is just the first step. There is still plenty to do before you can make it big. Another thing to consider is that in industries such as the fitness industry, practical experience is key to your job. It’s all well and good to have your name on a piece of paper, but that doesn’t say much about what it is you can actually do.

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How To Handle Mates Rates And Training Friends

How To Handle Mates Rates And Training Friends

Posted on Monday 21st March 2016

Figuring out how much to charge for your training services can be a big, and difficult, decision. And when it comes to family and friends, it can be even harder. The decision is often based on the balance between how much you could be charging and how much you should be charging. In other words, how much can you get away with before it gets too expensive and you won’t sign any clients because it’s just too much money?

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