Ahh, the holidays have come, with the unfettering gluttony, the missed training sessions and the tethered emotions. For fitness professionals, holidays can mean wavering client discipline, a loss of focus and a dismal realization that the only crunches your clients are doing are those in reference to time and money. However, we
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?
Five things clients really want to know about you. When prospective clients visit your gym, some may come with a long list of questions. But more often, clients may not know the right questions or be too shy to ask, according to Las Vegas–based trainer Chris Shimana, NASM-CPT, CES, PES,