Posts tagged "personal training"

Brian Gwaltney: Don’t Get Used to Extreme

Is your sleep nonexistent, your diet unreasonable or your exercise injurious? Maybe it’s time to walk away from the extreme and reset yourself with moder...

Dan John: Do It and Diet

If fat loss happens in the kitchen, what’s the point of all that exercise? Follow Dan John on a journey into diet, exercise and, most important, habit.

Thomas Plummer: Please, Stop Obsessing

Career. Money. Relationships . . . Stop obsessing about what you are going to do with your life. Live it. Now.

Thomas Plummer: The Future of The Fitness Business

It’s all too easy for those of us in the fitness business to assume that most people think like we do . . . exercise like we do . . . share our goals. They do not. But that doesn’t ...

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 and for your team.

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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.

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