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The COVID-19 virus pandemic is resulting in voluntary — and in some cases, forced — gym closures. Our entire industry is being called to adapt and adapt quickly. In an effort to support you, we’ve compiled a quickstart guide for making the transition from retail to remote with help from some of our friends and partners. We hope this guide is a useful resource to help keep your business alive and healthy during this period of quarantine, shelter in place, and social distancing. READ MORE
When you are preparing for any type of training session it’s important to properly ready your muscles for action. In this article, Tim tells us how to effectively warm up and how to avoid your warm up becoming too long, elaborate, and gimmicky.
In this article, Jim talks through the distinct differences between training and exercising and gives us some insight into why he believes having a system to log your training results is the most important tool in your training arsenal.
Whether you’re transitioning from in-person to remote coaching or setting new goals for your online coaching business, keeping customers engaged will be your line to success. Above your expert programming, it’s your coaching efforts – inspiration, motivation, and accountability – that provides your competitive edge.
Author: Jesse Grund
If you’re able to get to a fully kitted-out gym, it might be easy for you to develop power.
But for many people, training at home has become a new normal and as retailers continue to sell out of equipment faster than they can restock it, you could be struggling to work on this crucial physical quality.
Hopefully this article gives you some helpful pointers on how to add power training back into your routine.
Often, our coaches have their own marketing website already set up for their brand, and they use that site as a funnel to drive warm leads to their products in the TrainHeroic Marketplace.
They’re actively trying to market these products, but need to know what is working so they can maximize the return on their valuable time.
If this sounds like you, keep reading. We’ll cover the three simple Google Analytics reports you should be using to help optimize your efforts to sell more training online.
Author: Nicolai Morris
Is being called the first female coach an insult disguised as praise? Or is it spreading awareness that women can achieve anything they want? Are these ‘qualifiers’ helping women in the long run, or does it cause more harm than good? In this article Nicolai Morris gives insight into what it is like to be a female strength coach in the industry. She sheds light on mistaken identities and provides context about being more inclusive.