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Fredrick is a long-time professional in the fitness industry. Today he's going to share some great info on training and nutrition that those new to the industry will especially benefit from.
I urge everyone involved in this industry to look at how you recruit and what processes you use to screen and qualify potential customers.
The booming fitness industry is seeing a lot of people just trying to make a quick buck. How do you know the good trainers from the bad? Here are five traits I recommend you look for.
What do programmers think about before writing a training plan for an individual or group? I spoke with two experts and here's what they had to say about creating workouts and a long-term plan.
When Ricardo's son Renzo was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, the family switched to eating gluten and casein free - but they all still train jiu jitsu.
It's important that you understand your clients' bodies so you can coach them properly. Here's a quick primer on some basics and how they are relevant to movements.
Is the Outlaw Olympic Lifting Specialty Camp worth the time and money? Without a doubt, and here's why.
Bob Takano is a highly regarded weightlifting coach with experience in coaching all levels of lifter from beginners to national champion. Here are nine of his articles and videos for you.
If you have a business goal and the person advising you has no track record to speak of in relation to your goal, take it with a pinch of salt.
"I want to open a CrossFit/training facility/studio. I’m gonna share it with everybody and I am going to be awesome." Oh, yeah? Great. So, how do you feel about working a commission-only sales job?
Birthday WODS, and their ilk, are just an indicator or a much larger issue - you don’t program. Think about it. If you have room in your schedule for birthday WODS, then you don’t have a schedule.
Are you a gym owner or coach who works sixty to seventy hours a week? Then you need to watch this video.
Some things never change, and some things never stay the same. The fitness industry is no different. Here is what I see changing right before us, and then the things we can always rely on.
You should question everything - YouTube videos, fitness articles, and even your coach’s advice. Most of the content on the web is trying to get it right, but there is a lot of bad info out there.
An increasing number of coaches or personal trainers are providing online training services. However, a recent study has found that providing printed information is more effective.
With gyms and different types of gyms popping up everywhere it can be hard to figure out which one to join. This video goes over seven criteria you can use to help you narrow down your choice.
There is a world of difference between enjoying your job and being someone lit up from within, bursting with excitement to share your knowledge. These three pillars are essential for all coaches.