How many times have we heard this, or made New Year's Resolutions? Then, after coming up with these grand plans, how often do we find we forget about them in a couple of months...
There are numerous body composition measurement methods around, and as a trainer it is important to be able to differentiate between the different profiling methods...
Sleep is part of our DNA, and we need a certain amount of it to function correctly both internally and externally.
Abstract Challenges of the Strength and Conditioning Coach: Heat Acclimatisation and Pre-Cooling. A Review.
Written by Nick Parke, Senior Tutor at Fit Futures Academy.
Rate of force development (RFD) is a key factor in determining performance.
Choosing a new gym is not easy, and there are plenty out there. Do your research first, Some recommendations to consider include...
You have your first client consult, and you think you’re about to get your first client…. but they don’t sign on with you, and you start to wonder why.
Part one of this article aims to unpack the different types of motivation sources, and explore extrinsic versus intrinsic motivation.
You might ask, how do our bones get to this state of weakness and thinning?
I would like to share with you seven Facebook Business page tips, to have in mind if you’re considering starting your own business as a Personal trainer.
The key to selling a product or a service is to highlight the value, and show how a client or customer can benefit from it in more ways than one.
As you venture into a career as a Personal Trainer you may come across some clients that encounter crucial moments when their mind has a greater impact on their performance.