Brandi Binkley speaks at the 2014 National Conference on The Future of Personal Training. In this first video of the series, Brandi touches on the personal trainer market, stability/longevity, helping trainers find their niche, and client retention.
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Jonathan Goodman—the creator of the largest collaborative blog for personal trainers—explains why online personal training is so popular today, and how to use online training to grow your business and generate more freedom as a personal trainer. Originally seen as a session at the NSCA 2015 Personal Trainers Conference.
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As a personal trainers business and clients grow a limitation of time and number of clients one can fit into a day is often dealt with by charging more per session or offering more time slots. This article goes over how to implement group training to maximize results for clients and profitability for a personal trainer,
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Personal training clients may need to make both exercise and nutrition changes to achieve their goals. Combining the nutritional knowledge of registered dietitians and training aspects of personal trainers may be of benefit to clients.
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One the fastest growing trends in the fitness industry over recent years has been the increase of personal training studios. Learn how to identify the varied services that can be offered at the personal training studio, and how to promote and sell in a layered pricing format.
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With the average investment for personal training being $200 per client per month, professional personal trainers have the potential to earn over $100,000 a year if they apply themselves appropriately.
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