you can’t find them but they may become clients that you will have for a long time when they recognize the value that you can bring to their exercise program. I found that being flexible and adaptive to changing circumstances in my clients’ lives was a key factor in having clients for years.
At the same time, it is also important to empower clients to be self-sufficient and not dependent on you. All my clients have their own exercise routines but they still train regularly for additional challenges that they would not venture in on by themselves.
Looking at it from a different angle, clients tend to stay with you longer when they are settled in their careers and families.I find that clients over 50 tend to be really dependable. I may be awfully unfair to some in the younger generations, particularly those under 30, but I noticed often a hit and miss kind of commitment that is driven by events such as looking good at a wedding.
I noticed that you have a very unique biography, having been an EMT. This skill will be very priced by older adults that look for safety first.
I wish you success.