Adding Nutrition Into Your Personal Training

You know that your clients can’t out train their diet. No matter how good your workouts are, if they don’t also make changes outside of the gym they aren’t going to hit their goals. How do you go about adding nutrition conversations into your personal training sessions? In the warm up when they’re not out of breath yet, in between sets while they’re catching their breath, or maybe during the cool down at the end? My opinion, none of the above. Nutrition conversation doesn’t belong in personal training sessions. Nutrition conversations can often times be uncomfortable and demotivating for the person dishing about every bad food choice they’ve made in the past week. A workout should build your

Programming Like A Pro [Part 1]

How much thought do you put into your clients’ programs? This may seem like a trivial question to ask trainers, but I’m constantly surprised to have clients tell me how much they appreciate the attention I give to programming. It may not be rocket science, but putting together solid programs for clients should be one of our main objectives. Otherwise, it doesn’t really matter how well we connect with our clients or how well we market, if we can’t help them achieve their goals, it all falls flat. How you choose to program for clients should take two variables into account: how is each exercise going to help my client achieve his/her goal and what is the risk-to-reward ratio for these exercise

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