Posts tagged "personal training"

Thomas Plummer: Breaking the Hourly Rate Addiction

Hourly rates seem logical, but if you work for yourself, getting paid by the hour is the least effective thing you can do to generate revenue for yourself ...

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Thomas Plummer: You Were Born to Change the World

In this excerpt from Thomas Plummer's new book, Thom tells his readers, "You were born to change the world."

Gray Cook: The Lack of Movement Health Requires Rehabilitation

Don’t put a fitness solution on a health problem. Gray Cook gives advice to coaches and personal trainers about when to work with their physical therapy partners to get needed rehabil...

Gray Cook: Coddled Conditioning

Is conditioning incompatible with coddling? Gray Cook thinks so: your clients shouldn’t always get their way. They should get what they need.

Chris Holder: Achieving Training Goals — The Devil is in the Details

We all want to leave the gym better than when we arrived, but all too often, poor technique, misguided programming and inefficiency set us up to miss our training goals, and even worse,...

Eric Chessen: Training Clients with Autism

Coaches, therapists and fitness professionals often have outstanding program templates and countless exercise options, but they need the proper three-part strategy for training clients ...

Dan John: The Art of Coaching

Sure, there’s a science of coaching . . . But for Dan John, the art of coaching is what gets results: The art of making people think what they need to do is what they want to do.

Chris Holder: The Art of Communication (for Coaching and Beyond)

If you want to be a great coach, you need to be a great communicator. Chris Holder guides you on errors that can easily be corrected to better convey your knowledge to your athletes.

Douglas Graham: Fasting Explained – A Guide for Trainers

Fasting can be one of the critical keys to unleashing fantastic athletic performance. Dr. Douglas Graham covers the basics of this misunderstood, but very normal part of our lives.

Mark Cheng: Tall-Kneeling Basics

Tall-kneeling is an oft-missed step between crawling and half-kneeling and lunging postures. Mark Cheng wants you to give it due attention and tells you what to look for.

Robert Linkul: Why Do We Fight Referrals?

Referrals ensure you new business, long-term clients and a stable career, but don’t just assume they’ll happen. Robert Linkul tells you how he cultivates his clients.

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