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How to Know What To Measure In Your Fitness Program

One of the biggest struggles we all have with our fitness and health programs is knowing what to measure. There are so many variables to measure and so many tools available like calorie counting apps, devices that measure your steps and so much more that the plethora of options can lead to overwhelm. What we […]

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If Your Clients Fail, Are You A Failure?

Recently I watched  a video of a Personal Training Business Mastermind Group in which a Coach was discussing how he gets upset when clients don’t follow his advice. He takes it personally and plays on his mind for a long time. His mentor’s response was this was for him not to get bothered by it. […]

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Why Setting Goals For Your Clients is Making Them Fail

Picture this: Your client comes in to meet you for the very first time. They’re excited. They want to make a change in their lives. They have heard all about you. The results you have gotten for others. How hard you can train people. And then you set goals. Big, hairy, ostentatious goals like you […]

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Where to Start Your Clients

A new client comes in. Its the most exciting and terrifying part of being a Personal Trainer. “What do I do? Bodyfat? Strength test? Talk? Ask for credit card details? Give them a workout where they won’t be able to go to the toilet without cursing my name? Tell them their macros and get them […]

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The 4 Pillars Of Successful Programming

As a mentor and Coach to many young and up-and-coming trainers, I get asked a lot of questions: “What supplements should my clients take?” “How do I teach my clients the Olympic lifts?” “Is cardio or sprints better for fat loss?” All these questions are perfectly valid and reasonable. However, they all are missing the […]

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The Road to Personal Trainer Mastery

In my opinion, the single worst thing that has ever happened in the fitness industry is the designation of a “Master Trainer”. It has led to far many Personal Trainers graduating from their 8 week course thinking they know it all. They have it so very wrong. I have spent the last 13 years wholeheartedly […]

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