Monthly Archives: March 2020

How Do Personal Trainers Get Their First Clients?

Today I wanted to share my tips on how to make more money as a personal trainer and how do personal trainers get their first clients? Also about adding in passive income sources.

You can skim for what you need by reading the article below or you can watch this full video:

Obviously the biggest chunk of money initially will come by getting MORE clients and I’ll tell you how I got my big break and I’ll also tell you my biggest mistake.

But first, realize this: Now – people pay for something they want and for years I thought I knew what people wanted. I was wrong and an older trainer told me this early on but I didn’t listen. I just didn’t get it because I was a meat head.

I’ll tell you all about it in the video below or you can keep reading for a more in depth deep dive.

Let me know if you have any questions at all about personal training or being a personal trainer and I’ll make another video.

Here to help,
Raymond Burton
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How To Get Stronger Every Day Using These 7 Easy Tips

Please let me know if you are here more for how to get stronger every day mentally or how to get stronger every day physically and I will dedicate the next video to that very specific request.

You can read the full article here or simply click the video below to see the same information. There is also a mental strength subliminal recording free at the end of this article.

Let’s start right off with number one from an article I read by Clayton Mosher talking about a remarkable new study from Brian Clark at Ohio University shows that just thinking about exercise can make us stronger. Athletes have been visualizing for years before competitions but now there are some studies to back it up. Clark and colleagues recruited 29 volunteers and wrapped their wrists in surgical casts for an entire month. During this month, half of the volunteers thought about exercising their immobilized wrists.

For 11 minutes a day, 5 days a week, they sat completely still and focused their entire mental effort on pretending to flex their muscles. When the casts were removed, the volunteers that did mental exercises had wrist muscles that were two times stronger than those that had done nothing at all.
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