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How To Motivate Your Personal Training Clients

Becoming a personal trainer is no mean feat. It can be difficult enough to motivate yourself to go that extra mile and aim for a PB at the gym, but when this becomes your job – to coach and encourage other people to constantly push themselves to get better results, it can be tough, and a whole different story. So how can you stay motivated to help motivate your clients?

Global Administrator | 10/09/2012 17:11:00

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Sarah Jane Partridge - Biggest Loser Finalist 2012

Sarah came third in this year's The Biggest Loser. Her experiences on the show have inspired her to want to teach others how to lose weight. Sarah has recently completed our fast track course and is now well on her way to having a very successful personal trainer business. Watch the video below to find out more about Sarah, what she has been through and her plans for the future.

Global Administrator | 10/09/2012 12:19:50

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Goldie Sayers - London 2012

In my last blog I said that I wanted a memorable Olympic Games. Well it certainly was memorable but unfortunately not necessarily for the reasons that I wished for!

Global Administrator | 05/09/2012 10:50:41

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Getting Back into Training

We’ve all had times in our busy lives when training takes a back seat – perhaps a promotion at work that calls for longer hours and working weekends, maybe you’ve been travelling or completed a race or competition a few months ago and not taken your fitness too seriously after that. The training room’s personal trainer courses can help if you’re wanting to get your fitness right on track, but in the meantime read on for some top tips on how to get back into training after time out.

Global Administrator | 03/09/2012 11:54:23

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Richard Carrel – Bournemouth RFC

I am a specialist loosehead, though I played my highest level of rugby at tighthead. Some say, oh well they can't be that different! Trust me they are, ask my neck! I am now in my mid 30′s and coming towards the end of my playing career. The natural progression for me would be a move into coaching.

Global Administrator | 01/09/2012 12:32:21