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Turn Your Gym Into a Playground

August 16, 2010

Personal training can be a demanding occupation. If you are anything like me, after a few years of sustained 40- to 50-hour weeks it’s easy to fall into a rut. When our passion loses its fun, adventurous aspects, it can become a job; one where all we want is to get through the day, hoping that clients don’t notice our lackluster attitude. But ask yourself this: “If I am stale, is it possible that my clients are, too?” Could our clients sometimes be in as big a rut as we are?

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Creative Total-Body Exercises

January 1, 2010

Do you ever walk into a training session and think to yourself, “I wish I had some new or different exercises for my client?” Do you then realize that you want this, not just for your client, but also for yourself? You’re not alone. Many fitness professionals probably have this very same thought at one time or another. Routine, a perceived lack of time and, in some cases, a lack of education, may keep personal trainers from dazzling a client with a new, multiplanar motion.

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