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How to Get Hired as an Online Personal Trainer

Business

How to Get Hired as an Online Personal Trainer

Online personal training is a great way to earn income as a fitness professional. What can you do to increase your appeal to those looking for an online fitness coach? Here are a few things you can do today to grow your online coaching business.

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Why Constructive Feedback From Clients is Essential

Business

Why Constructive Feedback From Clients is Essential

Have you ever wondered what your clients think of your services? Well, why not ask them? This article is a great starting point for getting effective feedback from your clients, so you can be the best trainer possible!

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Why You Should be Trying High Intensity Low Impact Training

Group Fitness

Why You Should be Trying High Intensity Low Impact Training

While HIIT remains popular, the often high-impact nature of the workout can be damaging, especially to joints. Learn how to get the same intensity in a way that is much easier on the body.

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No Foam Roller? No Problem! Try These Alternatives!

Safety / Injuries

No Foam Roller? No Problem! Try These Alternatives!

Foam rolling is a great addition to any exercise program. But not every client has access to a foam roller. So, how do you help clients perform SMR? Check out these foam roller alternatives.

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Prebiotics and Probiotics: What Every Trainer Should Know

Nutrition

Prebiotics and Probiotics: What Every Trainer Should Know

What do you do if your client asks about taking prebiotics and probiotics for better health? Here’s what you need to know as a personal trainer so you can provide the best guidance possible.

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Craft the Perfect Women’s Bodybuilding Diet

For Women | Nutrition

Craft the Perfect Women’s Bodybuilding Diet

Build a powerful base with a diet that supports your muscle-building goals. Get your bodybuilding diet essentials here!

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Top Six Exercises for Building Bigger Calves

Strength Training

Top Six Exercises for Building Bigger Calves

Are your clients’ calves making them look like they have skipped leg day? Calves are one of the key components to a balanced lower body. Check out this article with some of our favorite exercises for building the calf muscles.

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What to Eat on Rest Days to Best Support Muscle Growth

Nutrition

What to Eat on Rest Days to Best Support Muscle Growth

As a personal trainer, it’s common to talk about what to eat pre- and post-workout. But rest day nutrition is important as well. Especially when a client’s goal is to maximize muscle growth.

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The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Fitness Challenge

Training Tips

The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Fitness Challenge

Fitness challenges are some of the best ways to engage your clients and motivate them to higher levels of fitness. Here’s your ultimate guide to making the right challenges for your clients to excel and accomplish their goals.

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Get Bigger, Faster, and Stronger with Compound Exercises

Strength Training | Training Tips

Get Bigger, Faster, and Stronger with Compound Exercises

Most clients want to get bigger, faster, and stronger. As a personal trainer or strength coach, you can help clients achieve these goals through compound weightlifting. Fortunately, clients do not have to be in the gym all day if they train smart.

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Ultimate Guide to Weight-Loss Workouts—At Home or On the Go

Training Tips

Ultimate Guide to Weight-Loss Workouts—At Home or On the Go

Have you ever wondered about the most effective ways for your clients to work out at home? Losing weight is a challenge for most Americans, and this is an excellent guide for getting on track to lose weight, even when working out at home!

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What Nutrition Advice Can a Personal Trainer Give?

Business | Nutrition | Q&A

What Nutrition Advice Can a Personal Trainer Give?

Personal trainers create safe and effective exercise programs. But what if your clients want nutrition advice too? Here is what you need to know before dispensing food-related advice.

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