CORONA UPDATE TO NFPT TRAINERS AND ASPIRING TRAINERS
Gyms are starting to re-open, but we know things won’t be the same, at least for awhile. Adjustments for social distancing and sanitation are the new focus. Unfortunately, this may mean less members coming in to workout while more staff is required to monitor and clean. With this in mind, consider, as a certified personal trainer, how you can support your local clubs by working alongside them. Your local clubs may be experiencing an employment deficit given their immediate closures, this may be an opportunity for you, as a CPT, to partner with your local club, and grow with them in this new normal. This may mean taking on additional monitoring and maintenance tasks, and maybe even being a supportive partner in bringing your know-how for virtual training to the club and its’ members.
If you’re working outside of a health club, as an independent personal trainer, you may have had to get creative since the stay-at-home orders were issued …and, even as we get out and start getting back at it, you’ll still be better off in your business to continue to use your new creatives and skills. The most necessary new way that trainers are getting in front of their clients is by going online. If you haven’t already, or if you need additional support on taking your online training services to the next level, join us to learn more about virtual training.