Online personal training is a great way to grow your business and increase your income. But how do you keep your clients motivated as an online personal trainer?
Running a business is hard, especially when you’re self employed. Everything you do, or don’t do, affects your business so you’ve always got to be on top of your game if you want to see results.
Here are a few time saving tips to help you run and grow an efficient personal training business.
We’re often asked about online personal training and why it’s worth thinking about. As a modern personal trainer, online training isn’t just a nice add on, it’s becoming an essential component of your success.
Alongside the obvious perks for you like working from home in your pants, there’s real benefits for your clients, too.
A lot of coffee goes in to building our personal trainer software. A lot of late nights. A lot of early mornings.
Most of the time we’re making small changes behind the scenes to make things faster. The other day we moved a button and it changed the whole dynamic of the page. Or that’s what we tell ourselves at 2am, anyway.
Then we wake up, check our emails, and no one cared. Well maybe someone cared, but they didn’t say anything.
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), otherwise known as High Intensity Training (HIT), or simply Interval Training is all the rage in the fitness industry and has been for quite a few years.
People have left behind traditional cardio programs in their droves to concentrate more on working hard for not too long instead. It doesn’t mean these more traditional cardio methods do not have merit or a place in someone’s program (they often do and can) but, let’s face it, in this day and age, clients often want the biggest bang for their buck while in the gym with their trainers, and HIIT often delivers.
So, why does it work and how should you use it?
This week we’re sharing information all about posture – what makes good posture and strategies to understand and correct poor posture.
As trainers, we’re always ensuring clients are in good positions when performing their exercises. The reality is they should be in good postural positions pretty much all the time.
These incredibly useful devices come in various guises, the most famous probably being the TRX, and you can make your own for very little money. Whether you’re training one person or a group, suspension strap training is a really useful way to get people working out at their level.
Time to discuss Pre & Post Workout Nutrition, otherwise known as Peri Workout Nutrition!
What’s considered (current!) best practice and just how important is it?
Plyometric exercises involve lots of quick, explosive movement to help build strength, speed and power! Often that means jumping, in one form or another.
This week we’re sharing some introductions to plyometrics, example exercises and thoughts around performing these exercises safely. Enjoy!
This week we’re sharing a bunch of information on a useful but rarely ever seen piece of equipment at many gyms, the resistance band.
Whatever shape or size the bands are, be they giant rubber bands or long rubber bands with (or without!) handles at each end, they take up little room, don’t cost much, are incredibly portable and useful for all sorts of strength and mobility exercises for a wide range of client types.