Due to worldwide lockdowns, there are currently more people working from home than ever before. In fact, according to labor market experts, approximately 557 million people, or around 17% of the global workforce, adopted new remote working practices in 2020. As such, we have all had to learn how to adapt our living space to meet work requirements.
Being a personal trainer can be a very rewarding job. You get to witness people transform their bodies to become healthier and stronger. But to be successful as a personal trainer, it takes more than just knowing a set of workouts and watch as your clients perform them. You…
43% of people living with depression are also obese, and other mental health issues, including PTSD and anxiety, are also linked with unhealthy body weight. When you’re working with an overweight or obese client, it’s worth taking time to examine root causes that may contribute…
If you answered “yes” to the title of this article, you need to keep reading it. If you take the advice given in this article, there is a solid chance that you will see a 10% improvement in your symptoms in less than a month, and that 10%…
Agility is your body’s ability to be quick, graceful, and nimble. It is how effectively and efficiently you can move as well as change the direction and the position of your body while maintaining control and improving your cardiovascular health. Agility is the ability to move, change direction, and position the body effectively while under control. It also:
88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.
Business reviews are EXTREMELY valuable from a local search engine optimization standpoint.
Yes, it is a fantastic idea to ask your clients for reviews, but HOW you do it is just as important. Luckily, we’ll share…
TV fitness celebrity Forbes Riley states, “open your eyes to new healing possibilities” in the foreword of my new book Healing Happens: Stories of Healing Against All Odds. She sets the tone for stories from eighteen health and healing experts who have helped themselves and clients overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges even when given six to eight weeks to live. From this research, there are four key takeaways to health, happiness, and success.
Menopause is the time in a woman’s life when her period has ceased to exist for at least 12 months straight. It can be a mixture of relief and sadness. Relief that monthly cycles have ceased with the inconvenience of pain and pads as well as the risk of becoming pregnant. But also sadness, knowing that the dream of having a child is impossible without the intervention of medical procedures or hormone treatments. In any case, there are many strange things that happen to the body.
Physically, there is an increased risk of weight gain––particularly in the middle––headaches, back pain, and changes in armor and skin. Hot flashes, joint pain, stiffness, and urinary incontinence are also common. Emotionally, someone going through this is at times irritable and has trouble sleeping anxiety, and lack of concentration. Sexual desire also lessens during this period. Gastrointestinal problems, including bloating, may also occur.
It’s no secret that January is a busy month for the fitness industry. New Year’s resolutions are in full swing, motivation levels are at an all-time high, and clients are willing to do what it takes to reach their goals. Then February comes… and more often than not, that fire that was lit inside of so many people seems to go away.
You may have even seen this happen with some of your clients in the past. No matter what you do, they start off strong and then disappear. Of course, every client is different, so there could be a million reasons why this happens. However, I am going to break down three of the most common reasons why New Year’s motivation is lost, based on my experiences, and how you can help your clients to push past those barriers.
Have you ever had a client that just couldn’t feel the exercise where you wanted them to? Every time you would do a chest press, all they could feel were their deltoids. Or if you did deadlifts, they only felt their hamstrings, never their glutes. You tried cueing them differently or changing how they would do the exercise, but still, they just couldn’t feel the muscles you were trying to work.
As a personal trainer, this can be a frustrating thing. You want your clients to have a great experience when they workout with you, and they do, for the most part. But you want it to be even better. You want them to feel how you feel when you workout–strong, capable, energized. And yet, despite your best efforts, they don’t. Something is still off.