Q & A
Testimonial Know-How Q: What do I need to consider before I use client testimonials and photos on my website? A: Testimonials are a great way to build your business. There are three essentials: getting written permission, helping clients write their story, and showing before-and-after photos.
Recently, Lawrence Biscontini posted an open-call for group movement instructors, personal trainers and life coaches to share their questions on social media. Following are some of the posts and his replies along with expertise shared from others in the fitness industry. Surprisingly, the majority of questions from all three groups
Caffeine Boost A: Yes. Research shows that caffeine is ergogenic—it targets the brain and nervous system to resist fatigue during a workout. The key is using it correctly and not overdoing it, which can lead to jitters, anxiety, a racing heart, and trouble sleeping at night.
Kid Care Q: A parent hired me to work with her child on training and nutrition, but the child doesn’t seem interested. What’s my next step?
Former Clients Q: How much should I pursue a client who has fallen away?