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Issue Date: October 2010 Web Features, Posted On: 10/27/2010


Training Wheels: Give Them Something to Chew On

What if every time you trained a client, they walked away not only having had a great workout, but also with a tidbit of information or inspiration to carry with them through the rest of the day? Imagine the added value you'd bring to the client. And imagine the referrals you would get if all of your clients repeated to their friends every day, "My trainer said to me today..."

When you are planning your workouts, think of something inspirational you can share with the client to make his or her day that much better. Teach them how to think in terms of success, not only where their physical training is concerned, but also in their careers and home life. Motivate them to be more in every aspect of their lives.

Or share a piece of nutrition advice, a relaxing mantra, or the latest study you read. Empower your client to be the expert among their friends. And teach them how to be healthier throughout their day.


Topic: Career Builder Web Column

Magazine Archives:
  • Career Builder: Understanding people, understanding business
  • Career Builder: Three Ps of success
  • Career Builder: Three things to do when a client cancels
  • Career Builder: Five deadly mistakes trainers should never make
  • Career Builder: Stand out in a crowd

Comments:
Saturday, February 22, 2014 6:05:41 PM by Anonymous
This arictle is a home run, pure and simple!
Monday, February 24, 2014 12:53:14 AM by Wandy
Dear Anna, I was about to reply to your previous post but it seems to have disrepesarad. I understand. I just wanted to say that all of your work is amazing, beautiful, stunning and such a treat to the eyes. I love your posts.I simply dont know how you do it with two young boys. As someone who is an all or nothig person (hence the dissapearance of my blog, after four years) I salute you for taking hte time off for time with your tots. Beleive me they grow up faster than ever and they never stop needing you. We are their rocks, grounding them in life. Their successes are my greatest moments.Enjoy your break and thank you for your talent and time.Tamara
Monday, March 17, 2014 6:27:10 AM by Anonymous
Well I guess I don't have to spend the weekend figuring this one out!

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