The Training Edge
These simple steps help outdoor sessions go smoothly Temperatures and hours of daylight are on the rise, so it’s the perfect time to take your clients outdoors. “Some people don’t want to go outside because it’s an uncontrolled environment,” says Amy Bomar, owner and education director of FIT Launch, a ﬁtness studio
Karen Jashinsky, CPT, MBA, chief fitness officer of 02 Max Fitness shares her secrets to success. Knowing how to boost clients’ health and fitness is just one part of your job. You’re also an entrepreneur. Whether you’re a trainer at a large chain or a sole proprietor, professional development skills such
Get ideas for keeping it real and keeping clients happy. One of the more challenging aspects of the trainer-client relationship is making sure clients’ expectations and goals match what’s realistic. “You will not believe how many times clients have asked about increasing height,” says David Van Daff, NASM-CPT, PES, CES,
Try these keys for smooth (and effective) small group training. Small groups are hot. In 2011, about 7.7 million Americans participated in boot-camp-style cross-training classes, according to the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association. What’s more, 2.9 million of those people went to such classes at least 50 times a year.