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About: Tanisha Rule

Tanisha Rule has a BA in English and is a former Mad Dogg-certified Spinning instructor. She taught indoor cycle and boot camp and has now combined her passions as a full-time writer for the health and fitness industries, check out her site at www.ruleboutiquewritingservices.com. If she isn’t writing or reading, she can be found happily training for an endurance event, likely after having said, “This is my last one for a while,” because there is no finish line; there is only progress.

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Recent Posts by Tanisha Rule

Strength-Plus-Cardio Boot Camp

No fuss, no equipment, quick boot camp routines…instructors need those. Here’s an example of a super-simple 50-minute group routine that works for indoor or outdoor. All you’ll need is the […]

Three Awesome Benefits to Indoor Rock Climbing

This time of year creates a kind of paradox. It’s resolution season for many people who are looking to get in shape, yet it’s the time of year when avid […]

A Word on the Fitness Industry and Resolutions

As a kid, I thought resolutions were wishes. I really did. I got particularly excited when a family member asked me what my resolution would be for the upcoming year. […]

2017 Fitness Industry Trends

It’s that time of year again. No, not for sweet potato pie and turkey with gravy. It’s time to look at fitness industry trends for the upcoming year. There’s always […]

Why Clients Choose a Particular Gym

Everyone has a reason for choosing one gym over all the others available. Some of the reasons are widespread, while other reasons are based on highly individualized preferences. I certainly have my […]

Why Clients Choose a Particular Trainer

It’s no secret that there is a good deal of competition in the field of personal training. That’s a good thing. That signals that the profession is needed and in […]

Fitness Instructors and The Great Job Hunt

First of all, congratulations on your new career, for taking that leap, and for pursuing what you love. Not everyone in their lifetime will have the courage to do it. […]

New Fitness-Instructor Checklist

You’ve imagined the scene for months or, perhaps, years: standing in front of a brightly-lit classroom at the gym, 30+ expectant faces looking to you for guidance, your favorite, motivating […]

How to (Realistically) Change Careers and Become a Full-Time Personal Trainer

Transitioning to your new career in personal training from your current, full-time, bill-paying job doesn’t have to be as threatening as, say, walking a tightrope. But, there are some things […]

How to Gain Confidence as a Personal Trainer

The next few posts by me, as well as this one, focus on the issues and concerns new trainers (or those considering becoming trainers) face. If you fall into one […]

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