Articles for Employers, Articles for Professionals, Businesses, People

Trust = Growth

David-Wescon

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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HealthyPeople for Employers in 5 Simple Images.

I recently spoke with the Regional Fitness Directors of Goodlife Health Clubs, ensuring they were familiar with how HealthyPeople can be used to find and manage candidates.

Following the talk, Pete Gleeson, the National Fitness Director, sent through the following images with comments compiled by one of the RFDs. Continue reading

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Articles for Employers, Articles for Professionals, Businesses, People

Group Personal Training is Not Simply a Small Group Session.

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Thank you to Anthea Altamura of GO45 Training for this guest post where she shares a few trade secrets on how to run a genuine Group Personal Training session… 

Group Personal Training has become popular throughout the fitness industry, but is everyone on the same page? Continue reading

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Eight Steps to the Ultimate Sales Funnel

Jenni-McFaull

This is a guest post by the irrepressible Jenni McFaull of GymSales. If you’re a Personal Trainer or Club Owner/Manager, here’s a few points on getting more traction with your sales.

Many people ask me what is the best process to get the greatest traction from sales, including how often should we contact a prospect and when. Following is my advice: Continue reading

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Can Personal Trainers Give Nutrition Advice?

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In a recent newsletter I referred to an article written by John Berardi of Precision Nutrition called (no surprises) “Can personal trainers give nutrition advice?“.

I think it offers a very clear idea as to where the boundaries are for Personal Trainers. In a nut shell, Personal Trainers (that are not registered Dietitians or Doctors) cannot; Continue reading

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