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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

Personal Trainer Professionalism

Most trainers have the basics covered. The certification test has been passed with room to spare. The social media pages stay active to get the word out. Maybe business cards […]

Why Clients Drop Their Personal Trainer

Why do clients drop their personal trainers? This question stays on the minds of new trainers everywhere. Some of the obvious reasons trainers get dropped are flirtatiousness, lateness, or a stagnated/unchanging […]

Twitter Fitness Accounts to Watch

No matter how you feel about social media, there’s no denying its influence (especially in customer-service situations) and its power to connect. Having said that, tweeting is not for everyone. […]

Exercises for Runners and Cyclists

Fresh business and revenue await you – thanks to the growing popularity of marathons and cycling rides. It shouldn’t be surprising that people look for an edge to help them […]

3 Easy Ways to Get Comfortable with Using Twitter

Do you want to promote your personal training business or talk to people in the industry you’d otherwise never meet? Understanding and getting comfortable with Twitter isn’t as complicated as […]

Blog Writing for the Time-Crunched Personal Trainer

Writing a fitness blog or newsletter for your personal training business is a trending communication method right now. What’s more is they’re a great way to stay connected to your clientele (actual […]

What Your Pregnant Client Might Be Feeling This Trimester

Heard the stories about the eight-months-pregnant woman who ran a marathon? Me, too. Stories like those are inspirational. They prove that the pregnant body at work can be powerful in sports performance! […]

Four Ways to Stay Safe and Alert When Exercising Outdoors

  Runner safety. That’s a hot topic these days. It seems that every week there’s a new story on a runner who came to grief while simply trying to work […]

Steal This Zero-Cost Boot Camp Routine

Keeping clients interested with little/no equipment might sound like a difficult thing to do, but really all you need is a solid routine, the great outdoors, good energy, and a […]

4 Ways to Help Train Your Client for a Century Ride

Whether your client is one-and-done or if the plan is to do several centuries, there are things you can do to help their big day go more smoothly aside from helping […]

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