The second in the series of Blog Posts, Create the Feelin' for the Workout, by Guest Blogger Lisa Jameson offers tips on how to train a stressed out client and create the feeling of serenity using breathing, stretching and strengthening exercises.
Sometimes clients show up for workout sessions stressed, tired and unmotivated. Instead of giving the usual pep-talk, try a new approach by finding out how your client wants their workout session to make them feel! Here's how.
Do you work with clients who constantly over-train or want you to clobber them at every session? Find suggestions about how to redirect your client’s thinking and help them to strike balance in their workouts.
Meet Bridget, Fiteeza's Social Media Strategist who is running the Boston Marathon in April, YAY! Click below to follow her journey on the blog or follow us on Instagram, @fiteeza. You can also keep up by following #bridgetrunsboston.
As a Fitness Pro, how often do you administer assessments to your clients? Which ones do you use most? Do you avoid certain types of assessments because they are more difficult to perform and time consuming? Here is a brief overview of Fitness Assessments with tips and hints on how to choose and administer them.
It occurred to me, after a few emails and phone calls recently, that not everyone knows what to ask or even where to start when considering whether to hire a personal trainer, exercise instructor or nutrition consultant. We at Fiteeza know all about it so we put together some helpful tips to share with you, the client.
Do you know someone who drives a truck or tractor-trailer for a living? Have you ever consulted with or trained a professional driver? Here are some tips and suggestions for how to keep them healthy for the long haul.
Do you have clients who are frequent travelers and struggle to meet their fitness goals when on the road? Here are ideas about how to prepare those clients for travel and a list of hotel gyms and fitness amenities that rock!