Productivity and Planning as a Personal Trainer

Posted by Premier Global NASM on May 12, 2021 11:35:00 AM

 

NASM Premier Global Personal Trainer Charlotte Tooth leads a masterclass on how to be a productive personal trainer. Further, she outlines the ways one can plan out their training schedule.
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Topics: Q & A

5 Tips for Starting Out as a Personal Trainer

Posted by Premier Global NASM on May 7, 2021 10:10:00 AM

Want to become a PT but are not sure where to begin?  Premier Global NASM Personal Trainer Charlotte Tooth will go through the five best tips to start!

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Topics: Q & A, spotlight

Client Consultations and Understanding Client Needs

Posted by Premier Global NASM on May 5, 2021 9:42:00 AM

 

Through this masterclass, Premier Global NASM personal trainer Charlotte Tooth will take you through client consultations and the importance of understanding clients needs.  

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Topics: Q & A

Content Creation For Personal Trainers

Posted by Premier Global NASM on Apr 30, 2021 1:02:00 PM

 


Learn the importance of social presence as a Personal Trainer from Premier Global NASM's ambassador Charlotte Tooth.  Through this masterclass, you will receive tips on impactful ways to create content. 

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Topics: Q & A

Adapting as a Personal Trainer and Programme Provider During Lockdown

Posted by Premier Global NASM on Mar 18, 2021 3:54:19 PM

The gyms are closing. Until further notice.

Wait, what? I don’t think many people were fully prepared for how Covid-19 would change their business, especially for those like myself, who relied on seeing people in person.

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Topics: Q & A

How to Build Your Personal Training Client Base

Posted by Premier Global NASM on Feb 16, 2021 10:39:39 AM

Charlotte Tooth is back with more tips and compelling personal training advice. Within this video, she will offer some tips on building your personal training client base.

It doesn't matter if you are a personal trainer or a virtual coach, building clients will help you maintain financial security and will grow your brand overall.

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Topics: Q & A

NASM OPT™ THE WORLDS BEST TRAINING MODEL

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on Sep 19, 2018 4:03:12 AM

Had it not been for an ACL tear, would the NASM Optimum Performance Training™ model exist? Fortunately, the world of human movement science will never know, because that college-football injury changed the career trajectory of Micheal A. Clark, MS, DPT, now known as the creator of the NASM OPT™ model.

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Topics: CPT, Q & A, Sports Performance

SIX EXERCISES FOR ATHLETE CLIENTS

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on May 29, 2018 3:28:55 AM

A high school athlete walks through our doors and we can see their strength, stability and biomechanical control deficits from their gait pattern. We’ve also had collegiate and professional athletes come to our facility with the same issues. The only differences between that young, beginner athlete and the older, elite athlete is that the elite athlete has typically maximized and benefited from their gifts and masked or hidden the compensations and weak links much better. The result is that we often get athletes coming to us because they can’t figure out why they got injured.

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Topics: Q & A

WHAT ALL PERSONAL TRAINERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HEART RATE ZONE METHODOLOGY

Posted by Dejan Stojadinovic on May 18, 2018 7:23:53 AM

Despite growing popularity and adoption of programs incorporating heart rate (HR) zone methodology, the fitness industry in general appears to lack a solid understanding of the scientific facts and limitations to this programming concept. The goal therefore is to present relevant information so that fitness practitioners and fitness enthusiasts can better understand the pros and cons to using HR zones.

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Topics: Fitness, Q & A, Sports Performance

COUNTER THE CHALLENGES OF COLD WEATHER EXERCISE

Posted by Anita Badmus on Mar 19, 2018 10:44:05 AM

Exercising in the cold can bring about many unique challenges. What are the best strategies to stay safe and prevent some of these potentially life-threatening or at least performance reducing challenges? One of the easiest strategies to counter the cold weather is to have the right gear for the exercise environment. Dressing in layers is one of the best defences against the cold. Choosing moisture wicking fabrics to keep your skin dry from sweat will keep you warm since water is a very poor insulator (1). Outer layers can be removed to release built-up body heat as exercise intensity increases or becomes wet from the elements. Skin that is not covered will quickly lose heat (1,2). Wearing a hat or helmet will reduce your heat loss even further (1).

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Topics: Q & A, Advice