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...
"Every person that comes into Rhapsody, whether they're a member or not ... I think I can say, hands down, they would say, 'Man, they are probably the most welcoming community that I've been a part of.' And that's purposeful."
In today's episode of the PT Profit Podcast, I had the privilege of speaking with Alan Shaw of Rhapsody Fitness in Charleston, SC. We talk all about the pure humanity of fitness and the sense of belonging that can be fostered. Given a lot of what's been going on in the world over the past year, it was so fantastic to talk to Alan about an organization that fully embraces that and strives to better their community.
We get into sales. We get into training. We discuss staffing, clients, and what it would take for Rhapsody to expand. And we talk about attitude, outreach and truly seeing each other and supporting each other as human beings.
You'll hear Alan and I discuss:
- How important authenticity is from the front desk to coaching to...