Trainer in a Bag
You don't have to break the bank to take your business on the road.
By Tim Borys
What if you could give your training business a shot of adrenalin for an investment of $500 or less? Launching a fulltime or sideline mobile training business may be just the jolt you need to pop you out of a rut and breathe fresh air into a stale balance sheet. For mobile trainers the mainstream ...
If (but, of course, not only if) you have a naturally aggressive client looking to lose weight or boost his fitness, you can address both issues simultaneously by having him don a pair of boxing gloves.
The Mentoring Pathway
Unleash the incredible power of mentoring and watch your skill set and business flourish.
By April Durrett
efore he could save the galaxy from the evil Empire, Luke Skywalker had to learn the ways of the Force. He had to expand his skills, overcoming both doubts about his ability and the occasional failure along the way. Luckily, Luke didn't have to handle this burden al...
Learn to recognize distorted thinking and create an environment in which clients excel.
By Daniel R. Ball, MS
Whether you think you can or whether you think you can't, you're right. --Henry Ford houghts play a critical role in determining emotional responses to events. What we think about ourselves and our performances, and how we interpret specific situations directly impact...
By Len Kravitz, PhD
Low-Back Stability Training
n the fitness world today, the terms core function, core strength, and core stability have found their way into exercise program design. For example, clients are now in need of exercises for the critical torso muscles (transverse abdominis and multifidus muscles), posture/ spinal assessments, training movements to correct muscl...
Power Training for the Core
By Tom Seabourne, PhD Karate masters have known for centuries how to harness core power, the next logical step to putting some punch into your client's fitness program.
ow many possible ways can a personal trainer serve up abdominal exercises before a client loses interest? Core programs once focused primarily on sit-ups and crunches, but creative adaptations today have...