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How To Get More Out Of Your Fitness Career

How To Get More Out Of Your Fitness Career

Posted on Wednesday 10th February 2016

When you obtain your fitness certification, it can often feel overwhelming because there are so many options out there. However, it doesn’t have to be an intimidating process; it’s all about figuring out what you want to do and following that path.

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How to Get Back Into Study After The Holidays

How to Get Back Into Study After The Holidays

Posted on Tuesday 2nd February 2016

The holidays are over and it’s time to get back into the swing of studying. It can be tough to get back into the routine of classes and learning, but there are some things you can do to get back into the study groove.

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Keeping Clients To Their New Year’s Resolutions

Keeping Clients To Their New Year’s Resolutions

Posted on Tuesday 26th January 2016

Christmas breaks are always about spoiling yourself, indulgence, and lots of food. Plus, many people shun exercise simply because they are enjoying the fine weather, relaxing over their holiday break or are just too stuffed to move. With the new year, however, comes New Year resolutions. And for lots of people, this means getting fit.

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Finding Your Fitness Niche: Training A Team Sport Athlete

Finding Your Fitness Niche: Training A Team Sport Athlete

Posted on Wednesday 13th January 2016

When you’re training a client who is also heavily involved with team sports, there are some elements that you need to consider. However, ultimately, no matter what team sport your client plays, the underlying physiological demands will most likely be the same – high aerobic power, high lactate tolerance and increased anaerobic capacity. The advantage of a team sport is that there are other players helping you out on the field. But this still means that a team sport player’s body needs to be well equipped to deal with the demands such as short, sharp and fast sprints, constant stopping and starting, and short recovery times.

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Getting Back Into Fitness After The Christmas Break

Getting Back Into Fitness After The Christmas Break

Posted on Wednesday 6th January 2016

No one can resist the delectable food and delicious drinks that are generally indulged in over the holiday season. Not to mention the lazy summer days often spent on the beach or by a pool. After all, in that kind of heat who really has the motivation to exercise? But when the holidays are over and the fireworks are done and dusted, most people will want to get back into the swing of all things exercise. And it’s your job to help them.

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New Year: New Business Plan

New Year: New Business Plan

Posted on Wednesday 30th December 2015

The New Year is a great time to revitalise your business plan, and there are some questions that every fitness business owner should be asking. Over the next 12 months, should you be doing things differently? Should you be expanding or is it still too soon? What marketing do you need to work on to increase your client base? Do you have new products or services you can be offering? These are all questions you can answer as you refine and update your business plan.

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Finding Your Fitness Niche: Training Seniors

Finding Your Fitness Niche: Training Seniors

Posted on Monday 21st December 2015

Training seniors can be a very rewarding and fun fitness niche to work in. In fact, understanding how to train seniors is becoming more and more important as Australia’s population ages. But there are certain elements that come into play with older bodies and often weaker bones. The key factor to consider is that getting older doesn’t necessarily mean the body stops needing exercise. In fact, in order to be healthier as we grow older, it’s imperative that we continue to exercise and look after our bodies. Why? Well there are psychological, mental and physical reasons.

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Motivate, Don’t Intimidate As A Personal Trainer

Motivate, Don’t Intimidate As A Personal Trainer

Posted on Tuesday 1st December 2015

Being a Personal Trainer means being a people-person. It’s all about communicating effectively with clients to reach a goal. While you’ll just click with some clients, others may require a bit more work, so it’s important to learn how best to build rapport while still maintaining professional integrity. Here are some tips on how to motivate clients, not intimidate them.

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How To Refer A Client To Another Trainer

How To Refer A Client To Another Trainer

Posted on Wednesday 25th November 2015

It’s an unfortunate fact that you’re not going to get along with everyone you meet, and it’s also a fact that there may be times you aren’t the best suited Personal Trainer for a client’s needs. It’s important that you understand it’s perfectly normal to not get along with everyone or be able to train everyone, and that sometimes the best way to resolve the issue is to tactfully refer the client to another personal trainer.

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Finding Your Fitness Niche: Training Kids

Finding Your Fitness Niche: Training Kids

Posted on Wednesday 11th November 2015

Finding your fitness niche is an important element of starting out. To find this niche, think about what you’re good at, what you’re passionate about, and how you would make it work. If you’ve decided that you’d like to specialise in kid’s fitness, then what's next? While training children can be very rewarding, there are a lot of things you need to consider to ensure safe and effective outcomes.

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