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“Go digital” seems to be a mantra nowadays, but very few PTs know how to take full advantage of digital marketing. Relying solely on digital, especially in your early PTing days, may not be the best idea.
Thousands of years back, swinging clubs was a part of the training of warriors. The clubs allowed them to train strength, flexibility, coordination and mindfulness at the same time.
For many people, becoming a personal trainer sounds like the dream career. But before you start your career in the fitness industry, it’s worth knowing the facts about the job that no-one ever tells you..
Many personal trainers have a basic knowledge of the best foods to eat for working out in general, and nutritionists know about amino acids, antioxidants, micro-nutrients, and more. Here's why it's worth searching for someone who is qualified in both.
Our guest today, Cj Swaby, talks to us about emotional intelligence, mindset, the right amount of protein, common mistakes by trainers, what brutal training means, and much more!
Training in endurance sports can help you to keep fit, reduce the risk of diseases, and even help ward off depression. But do you know how to eat for your best performance?
What exactly are the benefits of having a personal trainer? Why can't individuals achieve their fitness goals without one, and is the cost of a personal trainer really justified?
The topic of a plant-based diet is a hot topic in the fitness community. Adam himself follows a vegan diet, and is looking pretty good on it. But he and his trainees move like animals..
For your success and your clients' success, you need to find our own style. If you teach something that doesn’t match your personality, it won’t work, because you don’t feel it yourself, and your clients won’t either.
The contributing causes of back pain can be many and various, starting from tension in the feet, through misalignment in the legs and hips. A trained Rolfer is practised in spotting just this kind of disorganisation
London trainer and therapist Jaro, who has worked with Lauryn Hill, talks about his approach to injury rehabilitation.