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We get it.
You become a personal trainer because you love training, coaching and helping people transform their bodies. You didn’t get into this industry for a love of sales.
In fact, you may even find the thought of sales absolutely terrifying. But once you created your personal training business, you realized that sales were unavoidable.
Most trainers are happy if they become ‘fully booked’ which is something that average marketing can help you achieve. However, it’s GREAT marketing will get you ‘fully booked’ with ONLY the clients you actually want to coach and enjoy training.
Marketing is a key area in any business that needs to be activity worked on, yet so many business’ simply don’t understand the difference between ‘marketing’ and “their market’.
The way you will learn marketing in Wolfpack will change the way you look at business PERIOD.
As Trainers, 90% of what we do is Training!
So shouldn’t we all be staying ahead of the curve?
Unfortunately, many trainers will complete their basic certificates or do a couple of courses, or worse, compete in a bodybuilding or powerlifting comp and think they know everything there is to know about training. To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail. If you box your thinking into one modality as a trainer; you will begin to see all your clients as what you have chosen to identify yourself with.
Your clients will ask you questions about supplements.
Do you know the right answers?
The world of supplements can be confusing. So allow us to simplify it for you. Supplements are a lot more than just protein powders and fat burner pills.
In fact, personal trainers who are in the know will assess a client’s sleep, digestion, recovery, energy levels and concentration. From here they will understand that the correct supplementation protocols can help to support a client’s health and wellbeing.
For Trainers, nutrition is an enormous topic. From how much guidance a trainer can give, to what kind of advice should they actually give. From general clients, to comp prep clients, to athletes.
There is so much to know and so much to be confused about.
On one hand; your clients are paying you to train them. And on the other hand, if you don’t at least have the ‘nutrition chat’, the likelihood of your clients getting head turning results that builds your reputation as a trainer is a snow balls chance in hell!
Have you ever met someone who almost bonks you on the head and punches you in the face with their words?
Makes you reevaluate life?
What your doing?
Where you’re going?
As someone who’s worked for Mark for almost three years, I’ve seen him breakdown, inspire and rewire people’s brains for excellence. He has a gift. He would say, it’s part of his purpose for being on the planet.
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