Category: Fitness Business Lessons
Exercise NZ Conference 2022

Exercise NZ Conference 2022

If you are a people person like me, conferences are always special events. This is particularly true for the Exercise New Zealand event (formerly called FitEx). This is my 7th year attending this event as a presenter, including last year, which I presented online, as...

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Do you have an online product for your clients?

Do you have an online product for your clients?

If COVID has taught us anything, it is the importance of being able to diversify if your core business is working face to face with your clients. For many, the obvious step was to move to Zoom – you are still able to train clients and for many, still able to pay the...

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Building YOUR allied health team

Building YOUR allied health team

When I was a practicing personal trainer, I was often made to feel that my skills and services were inferior to that of a physiotherapist. Coupled with this, is a genuine fear among some Fit Pro's that referring clients to an allied health professional will somehow...

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Training Women – a male perspective

Training Women – a male perspective

Hi, Travis Mattern here from www.fitnesseducationonline.com.au and i’ve recently written a blog on why it’s important to upskill when training women… from the male perspective. So here it is! As a young male trainer working at an all female bootcamp you would think I...

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Women Reinventing Midlife

Women Reinventing Midlife

If you would like a FREE copy of Active Pelvic Practice meditation — be sure to read to the end! I started out in the fitness industry, like many Fit Pro's did, running group classes. mishfit mothers™️ was my signature group exercise program. Women could bring their...

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Re-entering the workforce (as an older woman)

Re-entering the workforce (as an older woman)

When I first re-entered the workplace full time, I bought myself the rings photographed above. I still wear them. They remind me to be: Brave - stand up for the things that I believe in. I am Brave. Enough - I bring a diversity of skills to the table and self talk...

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