Articles for Professionals, People

Female Trainers; Four Reasons to Take Your Own Medicine.

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It’s great to welcome back Mish Wright for another guest post. A long time advocate of women’s health, Mish has run a successful Personal Training business and the annual Women’s Health & Fitness Summit. More recently, Mish can be found championing women’s fitness via the Curves brand. Over to you, Mish…

Women are often guilty of putting themselves last.

Last in their family and often, sadly, last in their professional life.

Fitness Professionals are no different!  Continue reading

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Important Fitness People; Marietta Mehanni

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Following a recent Aqua Fitness forum, we decided we needed to provide a regular voice for all Group Fitness Instructors in our weekly newsletter. To make this happen, we’ve enlisted the undisputed heavy weight in this line of work, Marietta Mehanni, to join our writing team. For those that may not have heard of Marietta (it could happen), the following blog gives some insight into her passion for all things ‘group fitness’. Continue reading

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We Need Leaders, Not Gurus

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Bobby Cappuccio is world renowned for innovative thinking in fitness. He’s a co-founder of PTA Global and continues to pack rooms at fitness conventions all over the world. It is truly a pleasure to feature this guest post by Mr Bobby Cappuccio.

Guru’s Suck!

If you’re someone who is currently following a particular guru, that statement may be offensive, possibly blasphemous. Continue reading

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Trust = Growth

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David Wescon is the Director at Vision Personal Training in Brighton and a long time client of HealthyPeople. I recently heard him speak on the importance of generating ‘trust’ as a leader. I was so impressed, I requested a guest blog. Thankfully, he agreed…

Through managing and leading teams over the last ten years I have made countless mistakes with people and it has cost me BIG time! Continue reading

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Breaking the Yo-Yo Dieting Cycle: A perspective from psychology

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Welcome to the seventh in the series on Client Retention – A Psychological Perspective provided by psychologist, Kate Swann. Kate is a co-author of The Ultimate Guide to Training Overweight and Obese Clients (available free for FITREC professionals). This on of the best in this series and recommended for all Trainers. Over to Kate…

As a personal trainer you meet them every day – the clients who are desperate to lose weight and achieve the perfect figure. So they embark on the latest fad diet – no carbs, no sugar, no protein, and even the no food diet.

And yes the weight comes off. However, Continue reading

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Insurance for Personal Trainers: 5 Questions You Should Be Asking

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It’s with much pleasure that I introduce Michael Gottlieb. He’s the founder and managing director of BizCover, a leading Australian small business insurance site and the folks behind our amazing new offering for ALL qualified professionals (great coverage, no fitness registration needed). Michael has founded a number of insurance businesses since 2001, and is featured on ‘Insurance Business Magazine’s 2017 Hot List.’ Enjoy this guest post, it’s a real ‘Insurance 101’ resource. Continue reading

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Ian O’Dwyer Introduces SOMA and the LEAD System.

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Ian O’Dwyer is one of the most forward thinking professionals in our industry. While the industry moves toward a more holistic approach to fitness, Ian O’Dwyer is ahead, in the distance, exploring new approaches that will likely be considered obvious in the next 5 – 10 years. In this article, Ian introduces his new SOMA course, run in conjunction with Rodney Corn. If it resonates, check the upcoming course details below.

SOMA is a fresh approach to enhancing the quality and performance of nerve, Continue reading

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