With the growing awareness of eating disorders, such as anorexia, it is imperative that Personal Trainers understand there can be a strong link between many of these disorders and their exercise habits.
Annette Chatterton from the Australian Institute of Fitness SA offers advice on how Instructors can protect their voices in group fitness classes. She writes from her own experience of over 30 years as a Group Instructor and having vocal damage for 6 months.
Social media is a perfect platform for Personal Trainers to promote their businesses, as well as to engage and inspire their current clients. It is an invaluable tool, so follow these tips on how to make it work for you:
Maintaining a consistently dynamic fitness class is vital for keeping participants motivated and inspired. Pump up your routines and keep clients coming back with some of these simple ideas.
Through a combination of continued learning, research, and real life experiences Jay Divitini, Australian Institute of Fitness WA Coach, gives 10 reasons why you as a Personal Trainer may not be seeing results in your clients.