In this episode of the PT Profit Podcast, I, Beverley Simpson, explore the intricate reasons why your business might not be scaling as expected, with a focus on the nuances of your offer. We dive deep into understanding the significance of clear communication, proper expectations, and the right client engagement, revealing how these factors can make or break your business's growth trajectory. Join me as we unravel the uncommon yet pivotal elements that could be hindering your progress towards achieving consistent 100K months and beyond. Expect insightful discussions on data-driven decision-making, client satisfaction, and the art of simplicity in business. Whether you're a fitness professional, trainer, or clinician, this episode is a must-listen for anyone aiming to refine their business strategy and reach new heights of success.
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Episode 306 features Aram Grigorian, a notable fitness coach who transitioned from finance to fitness. Grigorian, who organized the Real Coaches Summit 2024 in Las Vegas, emphasizes servitude in business, sharing his journey from personal training in Connecticut to remote coaching in California. His philosophy revolves around transforming clients' mindsets and identities for sustained change, rather than focusing solely on physical aesthetics. This approach is evident in his advocacy for understanding individual motivations and maintaining personal connections, even in scalable business models.
The Real Coaches Summit 2024, scheduled for March 11-12, 2024 at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, is an event for both coaches and enthusiasts. It provides over 20 hours of masterclass level education, with topics covering various aspects of coaching. The summit aims to enhance participants' skill sets and includes macro-friendly meals, top-shelf happy hours for networking, and a focus on practical...
In this episode, Nick Snow shares his personal journey in the fitness industry and how he made the tough decision to drop out of college and pursue a career in personal training. He discusses the challenges he faced and the lessons he learned along the way. Nick also talks about the importance of following your intuition and knowing when to change direction in your career. He emphasizes the value of networking and building relationships in the fitness industry.
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About Today's Guest
In this episode, I discuss how to stand out in the fitness space without reinventing biomechanics. I address common struggles and concerns that fitness professionals face, such as feeling like they have nothing new to say or not being ready yet. I emphasize the importance of going all in on oneself and recognizing one's expertise at the current level. I also advise giving credit and context when sharing knowledge and experiences, as this helps to establish credibility and authenticity. Lastly, I encourage moving away from traditional ways of niching and instead focusing on the specific problem one solves, the specific outcome delivered, and the unique mechanism used to help clients.
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Jackie Lindal is a Canadian personal trainer who truly understands the struggles of busy women who want to prioritize their health and fitness goals. In this episode, she shares how she helps her clients achieve their desired results without overexerting themselves with too much cardio or strict carb-cutting diets. Jackie's own fitness journey started early on, growing up on a farm, playing sports, and practicing jiu-jitsu. However, it was after attending a wrestling seminar led by two strong and knowledgeable women that she gained a desire to take her fitness to the next level. Join us for this awesome episode as we dive into Jackie's fitness experiences and uncover valuable insights on how to make the most of your workouts and achieve a healthier, happier you.
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When it comes to training people, we can often find that we need to gain experience before we can truly see the nuance in lifting styles. If your client's goals are simply to lift more than they used to and be as healthy as possible, there's a wide variety of exercise selections that will help them get there.
In this episode, Lee Boyce and Melody Schoenfeld talk about their new book that just released and is available internationally, Strength Training for All Body Types: The Science of Lifting and Levers
"Every person’s body is different. Short, tall, or big all over, training should be designed to accommodate an athlete’s different joint angles, bone lengths, and overall body structure. In Strength Training for All Body Types: The Science of Lifting and Levers, Lee Boyce and Melody Schoenfeld have teamed up to create a unique resource that explains how different bodies manage various exercises and how to best take advantage of physical attributes to optimize...