Personal Training

I’m going to help you become a better leader, inspire others, and leave a mark in our industry.
Coaching is a journey, full of contradictions and conundrums. Along the way, coaches tend to drop in and out of different coaching styles.
Answering these questions will prepare you to continue in your training, consistently and patiently.
You can never be too conditioned, too strong, or too fit for an event, cert, or seminar.
We have to think about why we do things in order to do them most effectively and truly. We have to trust in our hearts and our passions.
I’ve had many individuals approach me with questions about being a trainer and whether to become one. Here’s the advice I've told them.
So, here’s a little dose for all of you who haven’t had the opportunity to take a class or experience a private session with me. Here’s a little “Tough Love Becca" for you all.
The booming fitness industry is seeing a lot of people just trying to make a quick buck. How do you know the good trainers from the bad? Here are five traits I recommend you look for.
GPP is a term that gets thrown around an awful lot these days. But I find people, trainers included, are confused about what "fitness" is and what they should really be capable of doing.
"I want to open a CrossFit/training facility/studio. I’m gonna share it with everybody and I am going to be awesome." Oh, yeah? Great. So, how do you feel about working a commission-only sales job?
Are you a gym owner or coach who works sixty to seventy hours a week? Then you need to watch this video.
There is a world of difference between enjoying your job and being someone lit up from within, bursting with excitement to share your knowledge. These three pillars are essential for all coaches.
Over-coaching is the use of excessive input by the coach in any given situation. The input becomes detrimental to the athlete’s development. Here are six ways you might not realize you're doing it.
If the future is that affiliates are going to build bigger and fancier boxes, filled with various types of machines, aren’t they just the same thing as before, just with slightly different exercises?
Coaching athletes is easy. Being a personal trainer is a true challenge. We help people live out their dreams and we are the front line defense in tackling obesity.
My business manager keeps telling me I need to write up who my perfect client is. If you describe your perfect client, I am told, "They will come." So, here it is and how to make your own list, too.
These 10 articles cover everything from kettlebells, to martial arts, to Ironman, but they're all written by the same person: endurance athlete, Senior RKC, and trainer Andrew Read.