We've all had difficult personal training clients; it's just a part of the business. We wish that every client would be on time, never cancel at the last minute, didn't use us as their therapist, isn't excessively needy, and works hard 100% of the time. That my friends would be the Holy Grail and alas that client still remains an urban legend.
This "Back to Basics" workout is designed to inspire fitness pros working with clients new to fitness or those who frequently travel. It's a total body weight workout demonstrating primal movements, take a look!
Here come the New Year's clients determined to lose the weight and make the lifestyle changes they've always wished for. Before you take these clients through their first workout, review these tips to help your clients succeed and stay consistent.
As a fitness pro do you often get questions about aches and pains from clients as you train or teach them? I am not a physician, physical therapist or a nurse (just getting all of the disclaimers out of the way here), but teaching and training others to workout, I have observed a few things and have researched the answers.
I was teaching a “boot camp” type class yesterday and one of the participants expressed her appreciation for the intensity level of the class and how much she enjoyed it, (sweat dripping from her brow and pony tail slightly askew). She further explained that despite working out five or six times per week, she was no longer losing weight and was frustrated...even irritated. Have you ever had a client reach a plateau?