- 28 Apr
Periodized Personal Training
How do we not only gain new online training clients, but also keep them as paying clients long-term?
It is very common in this industry that someone might purchase one or two months of training, then not get the results they hoped for, or just lose motivation and fall off the bandwagon. It’s much like the idea of people buying a bunch of fitness equipment for their home gym with every intention of using it, and then within weeks the equipment makes for coat racks.
- 16 Mar
Finding Success - Personal Trainer
We’ve all been told we won’t get anywhere without ‘hard work.’ That you have to be willing to knuckle down and put your nose to the grindstone, work longer hours and out-hustle your competitors. The essence of the American rags-to-riches story is this: You can never quit.
Yet there are times when it makes complete sense to quit, like when a technological innovation provides a massive short cut; https://www.evolutionnutrition.com/
- 14 Feb
Custom Branded Fitness Apps
The Trainerize app is for training online clients, it's easy to customize the app and matching website by adding company logos, as well as personalized welcome and exercise videos. The only thing that has been missing is when your clients search for your app in the App store or click on it from their phone screen, they would see the Trainerize logo.
- 23 Jan
Increase Client Accountability
One of the hardest aspects of training clients online is holding them accountable to their workouts and motivating them from afar. With in-person training, this can even sometimes be a struggle, even when you are seeing your clients face-to-face! The way I look at it with my in-person clients, is that I have a one hour session with them to get in their head, try to connect with them, and figure them out, so I can figure out which of my motivation techniques to use on them. (I have a whole bag of tricks!)
Finding a Way to Increase Client Accountability
- 23 Jan
Start a Personal Training Business
You're skeptical about this new "online personal training" idea. Well, we're here to tell you that the benefits of an online personal trainer vastly outweigh the disadvantages. With upsides like the cost-effectiveness and real, trackable results, there's no reason why you shouldn't give it a shot! Here are a few more advantages, listed in detail, on why all those busy people who say they don't have time to go to the gym, should stop complaining and get themselves matched up with an online personal trainer.
Workout on your own schedule
- 05 Jan
4 Steps to Starting a Personal Training Business
The business of personal training can be an exciting path to walk down, but like any other business, proper planning is a must to make it a success. For a client base to trust you it is important that you come across as professional as possible, and that you have done your due diligence on the basics of starting and running a business.
Here are 4 key steps to starting your personal training business:
Step 1: Get Certified
- 24 Dec
Building Your Brand From Logo to Customized Meal Plan
Building a business as a fitness professional is about more than just a client session and customized meal plan here and there. It’s about creating a clear brand for your business that will draw clients in to ask about and schedule that session or sign on for that customized meal plan. And that’s not just a cool logo.
- 10 Dec
How To Win in 2017 & Beyond
New Year’s resolutions don't work. They actually make things worse. How? If you feel the need to make one, it’s probably to create a big change in your life, and that's not easy. If you don’t prepare yourself, put a system in place to change your behavior, and have the support to sustain your commitment, you’re likely to fall short. Then you'll feel like a loser, even more helpless to make the kinds of changes you want in your life or your business. Yet the self-improvement instinct still shows up this time each year.
- 06 Dec
Supporting Your Clientele
One of the most important parts of being a personal trainer is making your clients feel comfortable with you, so you can establish trust. Your clients need to trust you with their fitness goals, and they need to feel comfortable telling you when they are struggling or have a slip up in their fitness and diet regimen. They also need to trust that you know what you’re doing and feel that they’re getting the most out of their money.