Coaches, I always strive to bring you the best guests along with interesting and helpful topics for your businesses, and I've gotta spoil my upcoming lineup a bit: it's incredible. The fitness required for and neuroscience behind dance. The strength and empowerment of fitness for the pole. An extraordinary guest that talks to me about active aging. I am so excited to share what I've already recorded and the guests I have lined up.
Today I have the pleasure and the privilege of sharing this interview that I conducted at the end of July with Dr. Zach Long. Like me, Zach is interested in and excited by preventative physical therapy and treatments. He operates a highly respected and trusted company and resource for other trainers and clinicians, and truly, it's a privilege having him on this podcast.
In this episode, we dive into the key components of human movement and how he helps disciplined athletes. He also shares some tips on how to get quality sleep and what...
I have been sitting on this podcast's subject for ages, coaches, and my clients have been poking me and prodding me to talk about it for about as long. Now that launch season is upon us, there is no better time to dive into a topic that will help all of my PT Profit Podcast listeners.
Today we will be going through the things you can do to add value for your clients without overwhelming them with more information. Bombarding your clients with too much information can lead them feeling stuck, like they can't catch up with the things that you are feeding them. It leads to analysis by paralysis, which I have experienced myself in various situations. That's why today, I'm talking about the things that I did to persevere through that paralysis while still retaining valuable information.
You'll hear me talk about:
- Three ways you can add value for your client.
- The true meaning of implementation.
- Providing clarity to enable your clients to take...
Today we have my good friend Jonathan Munoz joining us on this all-new episode of the PT Profit Podcast. Jonathan is a coach who works with stage performers, and he talks us through how he assesses performers and what makes that different from assessing a standard gen-pop client. In this episode, we also talked about prioritizing performers' fitness over aesthetic goals and what to focus on while training. Sometimes instead of aiming to hit the choreography that they feel is not yet perfect for them, a performer might instead look at honing in on the intermediary steps that get you from Point A to Point B.
As a former performer myself, recording this episode was a treat! There are so many misconceptions that performers tend to live by, so I was pumped to break those down with Jonathan. Performers don't just need to attend classes specific to their skill. Performers are athletes, and so few of them recognize that fact. Jonathan and I talk about...
Have you been posting every day to crickets? Is the silence around your content and offers deafening? Are you struggling to make even one sale? If so, then this episode is for you because you might was to reconsider your approach to selling.
Maybe you're an aggressive seller or don't want to come off as sleazy while trying to convey your offers. However, you can't just put a "Buy Now" button on your website. Selling is a service, coaches. Getting comfortable with selling and your perspective on how to do so effectively is a key to unlocking the success of your business and the financial liberation you deserve.
In this episode, I break down:
- The different kinds of sellers.
- The fact that we are selling all the time naturally.
- Mastering the art of selling.
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Coaches, today I am so pumped to be introducing you to the future Mr. Olympia, Alex Tilinca. In this episode, we talked all about the misconceptions about the sport of body building. Alex helps take a close look at regulations and lack thereof, why there might not be regulations in some areas, and how that doesn't necessarily affect the competition. Everyone is unique.
We also talked about nutrition specifics and how being in your off-season can affect you. (Spoiler: This is a topic I also dive into with Jonathan Munoz next Thursday!) Alex also talks to me about how we can use some of the practices from bodybuilding and translate them to our gen-pop clients.
You'll hear me talk to Alex about:
- How to manage recovery and how to avoid illness.
- Carbohydrates and how wrong some people get them.
- How to determine if your nutrition plan works.
About Today's Guest
Alex Tilinca is a 20-year-old NPC bodybuilder from...
Coaches, there are very few things that are certain in life, but one of those things are unfortunately taxes. As an entrepreneur, they can be particularly tricky because you aren't just dealing with your personal finances. You're also dealing with your business. Do you LLC? Are you a sole proprietor? What about S-Corp?
Thankfully in this episode, I have John Briggs, Founder & CEO of Incite Tax & Accounting joining me. John is also the author of Profit First for Microgyms: A Simple System for Healthy Cashflow.
A lot of marketers out there misrepresent their actual revenue, using smoke and mirrors to get on various Top Business lists and boost their image. We touch on the importance of looking back at your previous year to do a cash flow analysis to gauge how healthy your business is, and we take a deep dive into the not so sexy side of business.
Are you still paying for things that you thought you canceled? Maybe even paying for duplicates of things,...
What's up, coaches? We're back today with another brand new episode of the PT Profit Podcast with guest Dr. Nick Torres, the Manual Man.
In today's interview, we take a dive into manual physical therapy. Dr. Nick talks to me about the differences between manual therapy and more traditional physical therapy. We also talked about foam rolling and stretching and when/whether you should be doing it.
You'll hear us talk about:
- what "manual therapy" is.
- topics such as foam rolling and its uses as well as active stretching.
- the common red flags we should pay attention to when raised by our clients.
About Today's Guest
Dr. Nick Torres had always been curious, constantly questioning what others believed to be facts and searching beyond traditional physical therapy for a deeper way to heal. So when he found himself in the small town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Nick feared he wouldn’t...
Coaches, this episode is a first for me.
I recorded this podcast live on both Instagram and Facebook. I typically don't work on Sundays, but I wanted to show up for folks in my groups in realtime to record today's episode.
Coaches, we're all susceptible to falling into various traps as we get our businesses up and running that end up holding us back or tricking us into false senes of security. However, success is not a secret. It's not this elusive beast that only the worthy capture or obtain.
Success is a system with accountability and proven results, and in this episode, I take a deep dive into some key components that you should look out for as you try to scale your business.
I dive into:
- The necessity of having a business model.
- Metrics, metrics, metrics...that matter.
- The importance of active listening and empathy.
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In this episode, Lauren Armstrong joins me to talk all about Human Design. We discuss how it is used, what the five types are, and how to tell when you are in (or out of) alignment.
Lauren also talks to me about how we are all connected in billions of way and how we can use that connection in order to build successful businesses.
In this episode, you'll hear us talk about:
- What Human Design is and what it is for.
- How to recognize when you are in or out of alignment.
- How to use Centers/Functions for your business.
About Today's Guest
Lauren Armstrong helps coaches and course creators fill their purpose-driven programs without feeling pressured to build their business the way everyone else is leveraging the power of their unique human design.
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Alison B. Marsh of Pregnancy Pilates Impact joins me today to talk all about pilates. She educates us on the definition of "perinatal" and why she uses that term when talking about her work, and she walks us through some pilates history and why it is a great form of exercise for pregnant and postpartum clients.
You'll hear us talk about topics such as:
- Why Alison believes pilates is the best fitness system.
- The importance of recognizing that some medical professionals are focused on healing specific organs rather than providing therapy for an entire system.
- Some misconceptions about pilates.
About Today's Guest
Alison B. Marsh is a Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher and the founder of Pregnancy Pilates Impact.
Teaching Pilates since 2002, Alison has dedicated her career to educating and supporting Pilates teachers in developing the confidence and competence to teach and positively impact...