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Christine Hales

Solon, OH 44139-6102

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Why are most of the attendees in many workout classes (Yoga, Zumba, etc.) often female?

7 Answers | Asked by Fabian G. on Dec 03, 2016

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 08, 2017

Hi again Fabian, Here are a few article I came across that might interest you on this topic.... http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/features/his-hers-fitness#1 http://www.ihrsa.org/home/2014/9/10/why-are-there-more-women-in-group-ex... Interesting!

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Have you ever lied to your coach or trainer? Have your clients ever lied to you? About what?

7 Answers | Asked by Mike Bundrant on Jan 04, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 08, 2017

Hi Mike, I think clients lie sometimes to avoid accountability. If they don't acknowledge a problem, they don't have to fix it. Part of our job, if we are coaches, should be to help them by offering some suggestions to their routine/behavior that will bring them closer to their goals. We have ...

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Need Help with Podcast Content!

3 Answers | Asked by Denise Lee on Feb 28, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 08, 2017

Hi Denise, I love that your focus is on helping women grow their fitness business. One idea I have taking the time to grow and nurture your current client base. Are we giving our current clients the best service we can offer? The fitness industry is so competitive, and we are constantly seeki...

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Are there any research studies showing that stretching is a good thing?

6 Answers | Asked by Joe Widlicka on Feb 25, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 08, 2017

Hi Joe, I just came across this article today and thought you may find it helpful. It is a blog, but it references some research studies that you can look up as well. http://blog.nasm.org/certified-personal-trainer/training-relevance-of-fl... Best, Christine

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I am a qualified GFI but I have a number of clients who want to work one-on-one, can I do this?

10 Answers | Asked by Jackie Brown on Mar 08, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 08, 2017

Hi Jackie, Yes, you need to obtain the proper personal training certification to work with individuals one-on-one. Although it may appear easy to just transfer the knowledge you have as a group fitness instructor, there is so much more that goes into training individuals. For example: Assessme...

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personal trainer forms

3 Answers | Asked by wiam barto on Mar 05, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 05, 2017

Hi Wiam, You may also find client forms available through your certifying agency. I did not see your certifying agency listed on your profile, but you could check the website and see. Best, Christine

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If I offer on-line exercises do I need insurance

4 Answers | Asked by Julia McMahon on Mar 03, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 03, 2017

Hi Julia, I wouldn't proceed without insurance. Even if you don't technically need it, having it will build you a stronger professional foundation for your business and future endeavors--which may require it. Purchasing insurance is a small price to pay for something that could potentially be...

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If I register for Idea, but find I can't go is the registration refundable or transferable?

3 Answers | Asked by Brittney Fifield on Mar 02, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 02, 2017

I would call IDEA directly and speak to a customer service representative. 1-800-999-4332.

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How do I cancel my social poster account?

2 Answers | Asked by Bonnie Falbo on Feb 18, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 02, 2017

Hi Bonnie, Calling IDEA and speaking to a representative directly would be the best way to cancel it. Best, Christine

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How do I build my library?

1 Answer | Asked by Wendy Miller on Mar 01, 2017

Answered by Christine Hales on Mar 02, 2017

Hi Wendy, When you save the article as a favorite, it should go to your library. Check your library under "saved" content. (At least that's where mine go--I just saved an article today). Best, Christine

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