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Open for business

By | Personal Trainer Software

We’re excited to announce that, starting today, TrainerSync is publicly available to all fitness professionals. Visit trainersync.com/sign-up to create your account and start your 30 day free trial.

TrainerSync is a powerful web application that makes running your personal training business easy and efficient. Manage and train clients anywhere in the world by delivering workout plans online, straight to your clients. Help your clients achieve their goals by complementing your in-person training sessions with online training. Increase your results. Increase your revenue.

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We’re back and better than ever. Come on in!

By | Personal Trainer Software

It’s been a year of highs and lows here at TrainerSync: Our CEO had a baby, moved to a new city, and started renovations on a new house and I sold half of my Transformers collection because I ran out of shelf space.

We also decided to rebuild our entire app from scratch.

A lot of thought went into the decision to restart development, but we believe it was the right choice.

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Stuff we liked

Stuff we liked this week

By | Stuff We Like

A mix of high quality posts this week, including how to manage your own business growth and your own training, strength training and heart rate variability, post exercise recovery and how much genetics really affects your fitness. Enjoy your weekend guys and gals.

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Using TrainerSync: Dashboard

Using TrainerSync: Dashboard

By | How To

Our software is fairly straight forward – you click a button, it does a thing. But today we’re going to take a quick look at the things you can do, starting with the Dashboard.

The dashboard displays your upcoming events on one easy to read page. You’ll see this every time you log in to TrainerSync. It’s your home screen.

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Stuff we liked

Stuff we liked this week

By | How To, Stuff We Like

This week we’re sharing links to a couple of different series for you to follow and watch respectively, thoughts on how personal training is evolving, things to consider when you’re training younger athletes and why athletic performance declines as you get older. Hope you enjoy!

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