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Become a better personal trainer by becoming a better man. Become a better man by applying knowledge from others who’ve walked across the fire and have a thing or two to say about it. Listen to Joe as he delves into some of the greatest minds of the best coaches in the world, who bring inspiring stories and powerful insights to share about the human condition. Hear how the fitness industry goes only muscle deep, and how a new breed of trainers are using emotional and mindset hacks to improve ...
 
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People see a hairdresser to style their hair; a dentist to inspect their teeth; a chiropractor to help with their back. So when it comes to physical fitness, why do people think they can do it on their own? Even when it comes to people who are serious about getting in shape, they are often reluctant to sign on with a personal trainer. Is that a ...…
 
It’s not what you know. It’s not even who you know. It’s who THEY know. Of course, your training and knowledge are important. And of course, it’s important to keep widening your network. But the most cost effective way for you to grow your business is through referrals and introductions. And it’s not just about asking for introductions (which i ...…
 
One unfortunate reality of the modern world is that there will always be someone willing to work longer hours for less money. That’s as true of the fitness industry as any. With so much competition, how can you as a personal trainer stay afloat and run your business sustainably? Make yourself specialized. Selective. Even a little bit scarce. No ...…
 
You’ve got the website. It’s filled to the brim with 3rd-party content, advertisements, and referral links. Somewhere on every page is a shirtless photo of yours truly, as if to say “You too can look like me, just sign up.” Now all you have to do is wait for the people, and their money, to start flowing in. You’ve got this online fitness thing ...…
 
Whether it’s at an office desk or on the gym floor, the daily grind of hourly work get’s old. Sure, some people manage to work a superhuman quantity of hours each week and come away with good money. But what about the quality of that work? Is it providing something of true, lasting value to the client? Being a successful trainer is not about sp ...…
 
‘You can’t judge a book by its cover,’ the saying goes. And that’s absolutely true...for books. But when it comes to people, appearances really do matter. We all make subconscious judgments about other people based on their personal grooming and clothing habits. Sometimes our snap judgments don’t align with reality. But often enough, and partic ...…
 
We can all think of that one person who doesn’t know when to say ‘enough.’ Maybe it’s money, or food, or sex. Outwardly, they seem to have everything they need. But inwardly, they are trying to fill a bottomless void with ‘more.’ For those in the fitness industry, it’s their size, their strength, their reputation, and their earnings. How does a ...…
 
Thinking of starting your own gym? Trying to grow and improve your existing business? With so much competition in the marketplace, running a successful gym is not simply a matter of setting up a facility and watching the money roll in. All things being equal, what makes or breaks a small business is its ability to connect personally with custom ...…
 
You pay your membership dues, you get access to the gym. That’s it. Such is the conventional business model of corporate fitness. While this model may seem favorable to some employers and their insurers, it ultimately fails to meet the personal fitness needs of most employees. Meanwhile, the mid-level, traditional club is between a rock and har ...…
 
Personal trainers spend so much time pondering fitness programmes and nutrition that they tend to neglect to put enough planning into their business. So, they often deploy trial-and-error business techniques that end up being super inefficient and simply don’t work. Trying different approaches is totally cool! The issue comes when people contin ...…
 
How To Avoid The Time-Money Trap Of One-To-One Personal Training, With Chris Dufey When personal trainers are just beginning in the industry, they often find themselves working around 60 hours-a-week on one-to-one training with clients. Because these trainers are only earning when they are with their clients, they fall into a time-money trap wh ...…
 
Learning To Become A Leader, with Jonathan Bowman-Perks Every personal trainer wants to have as much influence and success in the fitness industry as possible. That is only natural. However, many personal trainers don't really know how to go about becoming leaders who command respect and high incomes. There are certain plans that you can put in ...…
 
Learn The Ten Things No-one Ever Tells You As A Personal Trainer, With Online Trainer Scott Laidler When we are starting out as personal trainers, there is a lot about the fitness industry that we have to learn. Most of us learn these things as we gain more experience through trial and error. Some of us seek out pearls of wisdom from seasoned v ...…
 
Learn About The Possibilities Of Online Personal Training, With Jon Goodman Communication is easier than ever before. Computers and the internet allow us to reach out to people around the globe from the comfort of our own homes and offices. Traditionally, personal training has been confined to the gym in face-to-face sessions or in the privacy ...…
 
Letting Go Of Negativity, with Sedona Method Guru Tim McCavitt Many of us hold onto negative thoughts and feelings, which hold us back in our lives. These negative emotions can prevent us from realising our full potential. This negativity may affect one area or several, whether that is our personal relationships, our work, or our attitude to mo ...…
 
Learn How To Use Emotional Mind Hacks In Order To Become A Better Trainer, With Pete Cohen It can be argued that the fitness industry only goes skin deep. That is, the industry only focuses on body image and the aesthetics of staying physically fit and healthy. The mental side of personal fitness is largely ignored. This can lead to trainers fe ...…
 
How A Better Understanding Of Masculinity Can Make You A Better Man, With Ryan Michler In the Western world we have lost some sense of what it means to be masculine. If we look back at the generations that our fathers and grandfathers grew up in, the expectations placed on them as men were different to many of the expectations in the modern era ...…
 
How To Reduce Your Workload And Achieve Life Balance, With Fitness Entrepreneur Erik Rokeach We all strive to train as hard as possible, whether that is in the gym or in the local jujitsu dojo. These habits can be hard to break, and the amount of time that we are spending in the gym could mean that other areas of our lives are taking a back sea ...…
 
Stop Celebrating Your Problems And Make A Change, With Former Drug-Free Bodybuilding Champ Skip La Cour The dedication required in personal training and bodybuilding can sometimes mean that we neglect other areas of our lives. This could be anything from being present in our relationships to striving for financial success. We can get locked int ...…
 
A Lesson In Becoming Self Aware, With The Man Whisperer Kenny Mammarella-D'Cruz Because training and personal fitness is intensely physical, we can often lose sight of the need to be self-aware in order to help ourselves and our clients. This understanding of our emotions allows us to know ourselves on a much more intimate level. This benefits ...…
 
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