Want to become a personal trainer? Black Friday is a perfect time to pursue this dream. Here are three reasons why, plus tips on how to find the best Black Friday deals for fitness courses and equipment.
Is online personal training right for your career? Check out the pros and cons to make an informed decision.
In Episode 8 of ISSA Talk, ISSA’s Erin Mahoney talks with industry experts about transitioning to online training, making the most of technology, lessons learned, and advice for moving forward.
In Episode 7 of ISSA Talk, ISSA’s Erin Mahoney talks with Pat Rigsby about the longevity of virtual and online training.
In Episode 5 of ISSA Talk, ISSA’s Erin Mahoney talks about online assessments and how to make them work with your online personal training business.
In Episode 9 of ISSA Talk, ISSA’s Erin Mahoney talks about fitness challenges and how trainers use them to expand their business and get clients results.
It’s common for online personal trainers to question how much they should be charging their fitness clients. The answer to this question depends on a number of different factors, and here are a few to consider.
Offering online training is an excellent way to grow your fitness business. If you want to make 2022 the year you begin to provide virtual fitness training, here’s how to get started.
If your goal is to grow your personal training business, hashtags can help. Here are some of the best fitness hashtags to use, as well as which ones to stay away from.
Need to make a website for your personal training business? Or maybe you’ve had a website for some time, but it’s not performing as well as you’d like. Here are 7 elements that can boost the performance of your personal trainer website.
Adding another offering to your training or coaching services can be tricky but worth it. People are increasingly interested in an integrative approach to fitness and health. Here’s how to combine personal training and health coaching to serve your clients better.
One thing personal trainers don’t often think about is their fitness philosophy. Yet, identifying your most basic thoughts and beliefs is important on a professional and personal level. Here’s why, as well as a few tips for drilling down your training and fitness viewpoint.