personal trainer

While in school as a kinesiology major, the inability to diagnose and treat was the spark that goaded me towards physical therapy.
Motivating sluggish clients requires communication and a more individualized approach to building relationships.
What I learned when COVID forced me into a situation where I needed to improve, or my employees would lose their jobs, and I would lose my business.
Training people for fitness, nutrition, health, and wellness requires emotional intelligence. Successful personal trainers have EI in abundance.
The ability to perceive others' emotions and utilize that information in your coaching and training methods may be more important than you think.
While injury and pain can appear to keep us from our goals, when it comes to movement, there are always options.
Motivational goals have a goldilocks quality, whereby the targets that we aim for cannot be too easy, too hard, or take too long to achieve. The coach needs to get it just right.
You change as you lift over time and you change as you age. There's no template for life.
Tie yourself to the mast against the sirens' call and create a situation that guarantees you do the work that your rational mind wants you to do.
If you're doing all the right things and still struggling, it's time to ask for help.
The sooner you accept that and take responsibility for your own health and fitness, the sooner you'll get lasting results.
It’s okay if your website isn’t perfect, but if you build it, people will begin to find you.
For online programming to be successful it requires doing the work and not second-guessing the program.
Read the evidence, but don’t ignore what works.
The personal training game is changing, and you'd better change with it.
Activity trackers can be an effective way to lose weight, especially when paired with wellness coaching.
The struggle to attain strength and knowledge as a coach is a gift, not a curse.