The food label, or Nutrition Facts Panel (as it’s formally called) is a type of blueprint or map. The purpose of the nutrition facts panel is to provide the consumer […]
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If you chose a career as a personal trainer, few moments are as exciting as the day you receive your official “I’m a Certified Personal Trainer” certificate in the mail. […]
The new year is upon us and that means many individuals discover a renewed sense of commitment to and enthusiasm for personal health and fitness goals. Enrollment in fitness club […]
Nike has its swoosh, Amazon has the smile, and Apple proudly states “Think Different”. What do all these brands have in common? They’re memorable, they’re clean, and they differentiate the […]
Nutrition is an intimidating topic to broach with clients. It’s not because the topic is difficult for fitness pros to master or communicate effectively. The difficulty lies in the expectations […]
Anyone who has gone solo and started a business in his/her community knows it requires a significant amount of work beyond creating a title, a logo, and finding a physical […]
As trainers, I’m sure all of us are familiar with excuses made by clients. Let’s be honest, it can be challenging to keep the motivation high, clients engaged and consistently attending training sessions. This shouldn’t be surprising considering even the pros struggle with motivation every once in a while. The point is, clients and trainers are all human and are, therefore, subject to the occasional and momentary derailment. The trick is to get back on track and continue moving forward in a positive direction. So, what does this mean for you and your personal training occupation?