Oct. 15 2017
Improving core and lower body stability is always a primary goal for training athletes and clients active in recreational activities... View More
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Oct. 15 2017
Facebook Live gets better reach and engagement than anything. But going live can be scary for some fitness professionals... View More
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Oct. 10 2017
People struggling with addiction must seek proper recovery strategies to build a positive and sustainable approach for a successful life... View More
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Oct. 6 2017
Josh Bowen of Lexington, Kentucky was introduced as the 2018 PFP Trainer of the Year during a special ceremony at Club Industry 2017... View More
Dr Squat
Oct. 2 2017
In this world, there are men – and then there are giants. Frederick C. Hatfield – known to most in our industry as “Dr. Squat” – was always destined to be part of the latter... View More
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Oct. 2 2017
Eat. Lift. Thrive. is an ideal resource for any fitness professional seeking a well-rounded approach to achieving personal goals... View More
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Oct. 1 2017
Opening a studio. For some it is just a fleeting thought. For others, a more serious professional goal. Pursuing the venture of opening, owning and operating a studio, of any size, is not a small ende
Oct. 1 2017
StrongBoard can help challenge balance and stability while performing single leg squats and different advanced reaching exercises... View More
Oct. 1 2017
How do you differentiate yourself? Here are a couple of suggestions... View More
Oct. 1 2017
“When should I jump?” This is a question many personal trainers (CPTs) ask themselves during challenging points in their careers... View More
Oct. 1 2017
To thrive in this industry, you must be willing to spend equal time working on your business as you do working in your business. In other words, you must set aside a good chunk of time each week, month... View More
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Oct. 1 2017
Working with breast cancer patients is a valuable experience; an in-depth understanding and specialized training of common side-effects, physical implications and comorbidities is critical prior to training
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Oct. 1 2017
Low-cost policies are not a bargain if charges for certificates of insurance or for adding “additional insureds” to the policy are applied. ... View More
Oct. 1 2017
As the leader of my business, taking baby steps toward a goal gets me there quicker than just thinking about taking big leaps. For others, big leaps are the preferred mode of attaining success... View More
Fitness_KPIs
Oct. 1 2017
There are at least a dozen valuable KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) to consider. Josh Leve has selected the top 5... View More
Amanda Vogel
Oct. 1 2017
Successful messaging is anything that values your audience/followers and ultimately resonates with them... View More
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Oct. 1 2017
Learn how to shift your sales conversations to limit prospect objections, using the 4-step GROW model (Goals, Reality, Options, We)... View More
Partner Jdrake
Oct. 1 2017
With over 36,000 gyms open in the U.S. alone, there is no shortage of competition in the fitness industry. Learn more about assessing the value of a business partner in this feature article!... View More
Oct. 1 2017
Individual mindsets are no different than the individuality of biomechanics, nutritional profiles or strengths and weaknesses. Assess your clients regularly to take the guesswork out of your training sessions!
Oct. 1 2017
A few key steps to assist with the process of creating company culture!... View More

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