NFPT’s Best Blogs of 2013

This past year was a great year for NFPT and our trainers. One thing that showed a huge success in 2013 with NFPT was the NFPT Blog. Our readership and participation has gone up throughout the entire last year and we see it only growing as we continue in2014. Here at the NFPT Blog, we want to give NFPT trainers and all other trainers in general as much  help and advice for success as possible. With the blog, we desire to add value to our trainers and their training efforts. And we hope that is just what we have accomplished. Here are the top five blog posts from 2013:

What the Heck Does Accreditation Mean?

Learning to Deal With Stressful Personal Training Clients

Starting a Fitness Business With No Money

Characteristics of Personal Trainer Entrepreneurs

Tax Tips for Personal Trainers

We know that these posts have helped NFPT trainers and others this past year. We can only hope that they will continue to be helpful as time goes on. Here’s for an even better 2014!

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Angie Pattengale is co-owner and chief executive officer of the National Federation of Professional Trainers, where she works behind the scenes on relationship-building, advertising, policies and procedures, test development and delivery, and growing the business. She joined her father, NFPT founder Ron Clark, at the company in 1994.