The Boomer/Senior Market is A Bunch of Bull ??

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The Boomer/Senior Market is A Bunch of Bull (and no bear)!   It’s not just a bunch of bull…it’s all bull!  A Bull Market* that is!  The Boomers and Seniors are driving the U.S. economy and you are invited to hitch a ride to financial success!   *A bull market is a financial term indicating a rising financial market (that’s a good thing)   Consider these Boomer and Senior Facts: Boomers are currently between the ages of 48-66 Boomers are turning 65 Read more [...]

How to Create a Facebook Tribe for Your Clients

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How to Create a Facebook Tribe for Your Clients   Hey there, Callie Durbrow here and I’m excited to be writing this blog post for Georgette. I’ve been following her stuff for a long time, she’s a legend in the industry and always giving amazing content so I wanted to help out her readers with something cool that I do in my business.   These days everyone is on Facebook. I think I have a few stray clients that are not, but for the most part it’s how we all communicate lately. Read more [...]

The Truth Behind Hardcore Workouts

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The Truth Behind Hardcore Workouts Mike Whitfield, CTT and Co-Author Hardcore Finishers   They are all over the place and they are flooding  Facebook, Twitter and everywhere else. There are pictures of people doing (or at least the illusion) of doing dozens of burpees and prowler pushes… making it look like they have done it for an hour. It’s the same thing when someone posts on Facebook, “Heck  yeah. I just completed intervals for an hour.” No. No, you didn’t. You Read more [...]

Putting the Fun Factor in Your Bootcamps

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Putting the Fun Factor in Your Bootcamps Brian Kalakay, CFT, CTT   It’s like the beginning of Christmas season, if you own or operate a fitness class, gym, or do boot camps. Everyone is getting out of their lazy summer habits and making new routines for the upcoming year. Our job is to make sure we create the type of environment that will house these “summer warriors” and keep them coming back on a regular basis. To achieve this type of environment it all comes down to making an experience Read more [...]

Corrective Exercise Doesn’t Mean Easy Workouts

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Corrective Exercise Doesn’t Mean Easy Workouts  Guest post Steve Long It is a common misconception that if you are a “corrective exercise person”- your workouts are easy.  A lot of people think that people who use corrective exercise or “functional” training do nothing but a bunch of clamshells and one-leg bosu balance stuff.  The fact is, you can work on correcting your client’s movement dysfunction and still deliver fun and hardcore workouts!   Just because you make Read more [...]

Top 3 Reasons You Should Be Screening Your Group Training Clients

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The Top 3 Reasons You Should Be Screening Your Group Training Clients   Thinking about using a movement screening system in your group training, but not sure it’s worth the hassle?  Do you already screen, but want to learn more?  I’ve been screening our large groups for a couple of years now, and I can tell you it has been the best decision I’ve ever made when I comes to group training. I think it is imperative to have a screening system in your group fitness program.  I’ve Read more [...]

The Evolution of Bootcamp – Introducing Group Personal Training

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The Evolution of Bootcamp – Introducing Group Personal Training guest post by Steve Long The popularity of group fitness training over the last few years has been steadily increasing.   Bootcamps and group exercise are everywhere, and for good reason. Bootcamps are fun, effective, and a great value for the client.  Additionally, trainers are able to work with a lot more people throughout a day in comparison to one-on-one or semi private training.  It’s also a great way for trainers Read more [...]