Struggling to find new personal training clients? We've spoken to over 100 PT's and strength coaches who have been in your position and tried tested different methods. From the feedback they provided, we’ve put together 10 proven ways to attract new clients below.
As a personal trainer you are legally required to be insured, and it can be a crucial safeguard too. Read our guide below to find out more about which type of insurance you need, and what else to consider to ensure you and your income are protected.
Keeping your clients motivated is an essential part of your role as a personal trainer. Motivated clients smash their fitness goals and become a walking, talking advert for your business. Below, we share 6 different techniques you can use to keep your clients inspired.
A website not only enhances your credibility as a personal trainer but also serves as a hub for clients to find essential information about your services, location, and pricing. Learn how to set one up below.
So, you’ve earned your coveted personal training qualification, ready to dive into the fitness industry and build your client base. The excitement is palpable, but before you sprint into the action, pause and consider the importance of a well-thought-out business plan.
As entrepreneur Steven Bartlett joins UNTIL, the home of London’s best health and wellness professionals, the fitness enthusiast insists the motivation behind his investment is that health is the “foundation stone of our lives”.
Retaining existing clients is cheaper than finding new ones. Here are five strategies to improve client retention: show clients you care, add value beyond fitness training, celebrate their successes, create a community, and take a holistic approach to fitness.
Burnout can sneak up on you. And that makes it a bigger problem than we realise. You don’t always notice the signs. But when you do, it’s already significantly impacting your physical and mental health. Part of the issue is that burnout can be different for different people. It’s hard to know exactly what it is you’re looking for.
Mobility training is a crucial aspect of any fitness offering as it increases the range of motion and controls the muscles around each joint, reducing the risk of injury, promoting good posture, and building strength and power. Incorporating mobility training into your fitness program not only benefits your clients but also makes good business sense by reducing the chance of cancellations and increasing referrals.
Completing a marathon is tough, but avoiding injuries pre and post-marathon is important for runners' well-being and the success of their trainers' business. Gradual progression, building strength, cross-training, cryotherapy, and finding the right shoes are key pre-marathon tips.
Podiatry can help prevent sports injuries and other issues affecting the feet and ankles, as well as leg, knee, and back injuries related to them. Podiatrists can look at everything from gait and footwear to strengthening, flexibility, and stability diagnoses and exercises. The earlier a sprain or inflammation is treated, the more likely it is to avoid more serious injury.
Networking is crucial for small businesses to connect with potential customers and partners, find new clients, raise awareness, and stay up to date with new trends, and Until offers a supportive community for health, fitness, and wellbeing professionals to grow their businesses, expand their skills, and connect with likeminded people.
You might be drinking enough water every day, but can the same be said for your clients?
Investing in yourself through continued professional development (CPD) courses can help you stay driven, inspired and at the top of your game.
As a coach, whether you are working with an individual or as a team, there are certain non-negotiables when it comes to developing and executing a training plan. For coaches who are working with people looking to improve their athletic performance, there are a number of prerequisites, regardless of the goal, which need to be prioritised in order to ensure your client is on the right track. Here I share six essential components to creating an optimal performance-based programme.
We’ve taken that promise to the next level at our new Liverpool St club – situated three mins from Liverpool St station and due to open this autumn.
Marjolein takes us on a whistle stop tour as she sheds some light on the different ways the microbiome could be playing a role in various women’s health conditions. Marjolein specialises in women's health and put together bespoke protocols based on lab testing, which incorporate nutrition, supplements and lifestyle recommendations.
Do you suffer with back pain? Do you feel resigned to just put up with the pain and are resigned to just get by in life? Gurinder Sandhu, Lower Back Pain Rehabilitation Coach at Until, provides you with three simple steps you can take today to begin to reduce your pain.
When it comes to digestive issues, 43% of the adult population have suffered from one at some point in their lives. That’s nearly 1 in 2 people who have had to deal with conditions such as constipation, diarrhoea, reflux, indigestion and flatulence, which goes to show just how common gut disorders are.
Harvey Young helps people who experience aches and pains - those who struggle with chronic problems, posture issues, headaches, ongoing injuries, or simply can’t move like they used to. His holistic approach helps to achieve long-lasting progressive results and guides his clients to develop better control of their body. Here he looks at the traditional isolation approach and how this compares to a more holistic approach which he uses in his private practice, Harvey Young Advanced Holistic Therapy.
A problem shared is often a problem halved, in all aspects of our lives. And for wellness professionals, the ability to share and seek advice and support from their peers can really benefit both themselves and their clients.
What does it take for a working environment to encompass work life balance, employee wellbeing and connection, all at the same time?
Our whole ethos, from space design, equipment curation through to service creation is focused on serving health and wellness professionals – the life savers and changers that truly make the difference.
How often have you sat in the chair at the hairdressers or barbers and spilled the tea on what’s happening in all aspects of your life?
How the wellness industry is evolving to put power back in the hands of professionals
Are you a self-employed health and wellbeing professional thinking about where you're going to work from after the pandemic? Then why not try a different way of working, one that gives you more freedom, support and fulfilment.
5 of the most exciting new apps to help you run your health and wellbeing business smarter and better. Saving you time, money and sweat!
Uncovering the hidden upsides and benefits to homeworking for Councellors and Therpaists.
Have the last few months made you reappraise your Personal Training business? Then why not also think about how and where you run your business from. Coworking spaces can provide a number of extra benefits to help you grow your business.
Are you a self-employed health or wellness professional that has struggled with getting the balance right? In this article, we explain how becoming part of the Until community can help alleviate some of the common pressures and stresses.
So after 1099 days, 1000+ membership applications,16 full-time staff hires, three lockdowns and two false-starts we’re finally launching. Our first club ‘Until Soho’ will open its doors on Monday 15th November at the new Ilona Rose House on Tottenham Court Road. It has been a long journey, but one that elegantly reflects our ethos of transformation through hard work.
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