Lindsay Vastola

Lindsay Vastola, NSCA-CPT, has served as editor for PFP media since 2011. She is the founder of Body Project (2007), a custom fitness and lifestyle company headquartered in Robbinsville, New Jersey. As a keynote and wellness program consultant for companies across industries and speaker at industry events including Club Industry, NSCA, Fitness Business Summit and Functional Aging Institute, Lindsay speaks on topics ranging from work-life balance, emotional intelligence, and business-specific topics including increasing sales through email marketing, out-of-the-box marketing strategy, implementing successful business systems and sales strategies that retain lifelong, loyal clients. www.BodyProjectFitness.com.
May 2 2016
Cover to cover, Nick Tumminello breaks down effective training protocols for building muscle and performance... View More
May 1 2016
Getting your first (paying) personal training client is a hurdle most new fitness professionals face... View More
April 19 2016
After working in a big box facility for 10 years, Jennifer was tired of dealing with the red tape of a big corporate business... View More
April 2 2016
Your Time is NOW is a short compilation of motivational vignettes that will give perspective to anyone facing any challenge, to remember that your time is NOW... View More
April 1 2016
Whether you have a full staff or are on your own, there are certain people every fitness professional should have in their rolodex... View More
March 15 2016
Chad Landers is not about the fame or notoriety. His relentless focus on his clients, his team and his community is certainly raising the bar in our industry... View More
March 2 2016
Complete with parody, inside jokes and wit, Viralnomics is undoubtedly one of the best marketing and social media strategy reads to date... View More
Feb. 15 2016
Here are five books that give solid insight in to various fitness marketing strategies... View More
Feb. 2 2016
When you’re a busy fitness professional a real challenge is making sure you follow-up and follow-through with clients... View More
Feb. 1 2016
Michelle Blakely is dedicated to solving business frustrations for independent women fitness professionals... View More
Jan. 15 2016
There is no shortage of fitness and training books, but only a fraction can boast validity for the fitness professional who is a committed learner... View More
Jan. 2 2016
Organized in three sections, JC Santana offers one of the most comprehensive and resources for training and performance... View More
Jan. 1 2016
As with most things in life, there is an ebb and flow to when we feel “on” and then times when we feel stuck... View More
Dec. 20 2015
The way you start the year – specifically the first quarter – will largely dictate how the rest of the year will be... View More
Dec. 2 2015
There are books that enhance our practice through science, evidence and application. Then there are books that enhance our experience... View More
Dec. 1 2015
"Hire slow. Fire fast." Probably one of the most well-known pieces of advice you'll hear from any experienced employer... View More
Nov. 2 2015
Irene Lewis-McCormick, a 30-year industry veteran, has put together animpressive resource for High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) specificallyfor women in her new book, The HIITAdvantage: High-Intensity... View More
Nov. 1 2015
The word 'non-negotiable' insinuates exactly that: it's non-negotiable. I've found that integrating a few non-negotiables in both my personal life as well as in the professional realm for my business keep... View More
Oct. 15 2015
Before determining how to most effectively communicate with your clients, you first must understand your client on a level they may not even know... View More
Oct. 2 2015
In a fresh take on fitness and boxing, Total Knockout Fitness by Martin McKenzie and Stefanie Kirchner,offers a book and DVD package for anyone looking to up-the-ante on theirworkouts. The book is laid-out... View More

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