Supervised Coaching at our Personal Training Studio. Safer Training, Better Results, More Consistent Experience. Two Personal Trainers are Better Than One
One of the greatest values I can provide you as a mentor is the ability to see ahead what you cannot. To help prepare you for the challenges that lay ahead. To set you on the right course so that you may improve. To be a source of support when you make mistakes. And to be Relentless in demanding that you improve.
Tough Love, Standards, and how we forge the best coaches in Washington DC. Our blueprint guide to getting consistent client results safely and efficiently.
The key to doing well on the interview is preparation. This article highlights how your interviews will go and how to prepare for them so that you get hired.
Attorney at Law and Professional Personal Trainer
If you are like most personal trainers I know, you have probably asked yourself — How much do I really need to pay for personal training insurance to cover my liability?
Individual policies run between $79/year on the low end to $250/yr for comprehensive policies there are lots of options. Here are some of the options you should consider.
We are passionate about helping people lose weight and move better. We help clients improve strength through focused programs in power lifting and hypertrophy. We improve clients balance and range of motion with our mobility programming. And we have state of the art programming in weight loss and transformation style workouts.
What we need is you … Sand & Steel is helping more clients than ever, and we need more people on our team.
How to Be Financially Successful as a Personal Trainer and Yoga Teacher. Paul discusses the 10 key traits that successful personal trainers and Yoga Teachers have in common, plus common pitfalls that can sink their career before it starts.
Is your workout routine really working for you? Are you conflating getting sweaty with getting results (e.g. an exercise routine vs training program)? Here are some tips to help you transition from simply working out, to building yourself a real workout program.
There are 8 basic strength movements: the Squat, Lunge, Hinge, Push, Pull, Arc/Hollow, Twist/Resist Twist, and Gait. We’ll cover these techniques and discuss the proper form to do them safely. We’ll also discuss various techniques to test muscle function by selecting members from the audience, and demonstrating how to test for proper neural control of muscles, and how to utilize strength training to restore and improve muscle function.