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Kyle Dobbs shares the importance of recovery and tips for pre and post workout.
Capitalize on the unique energy January brings through creative programs that motivate your clients to give you the names and numbers of the people they care about.
Brent Gallagher shares that you need to make the basics cool in order to keep clients motivated.
Josh Leve and Liz Callham of AFS discuss what to say and not to say to clients to keep your professionalism while supporting their health and fitness goals.
Josh Leve and Liz Callham of AFS discuss the best ways to showcase your clients' success on social media or your website. This includes learning which clients you can use for marketing by asking yourself what are your clients getting from you.
As fitness professionals, we get plenty of questions about exercise intensity: What is the best intensity to burn fat? What is the best intensity for recovery?
Josh Leve and Liz Callham of AFS discuss how to handle your clients when you're having an off day.
Brent Gallagher shares the best way of really helping clients progress and stay accountable.
In this webinar, TRX will show you how to leverage this shift in consumer/member fitness habits — using the latest technology — to create authentic connections and drive retention in your facility.
Read about the pros and cons of performing fasted exercise, specifically, fasted cardio. You can then advise your clients on what you think is best for them
Business coaches are like personal trainers for your business. They work with you to create a plan that helps you reach your goals faster and hold you accountable.
Ivo Grossi, discusses the company's environmentally-friendly mission and vision, and how current fitness business operators can leverage SportsArt's Eco-Power technology to create a major differentiating factor in their businesses.
What is this EPOC effect? Does it turn us into calorie-scorching machines? If so, how can we optimize our training to get the most benefit?