I know, I know.
You might be thinking, “I can’t believe you guys are talking about fitness in the first place.”
I certainly am, and this is because, as a fitness trainer, I love getting my clients motivated to do something they love.
So what are you waiting for?
Start taking action and start moving the needle.
I have a great fitness coaching friend who is an internationally recognized expert in health and fitness.
In fact, she’s a Certified Health Coach (CHC) and has a Master’s degree in Health Science.
She knows what it takes to get people motivated to get the most out of their fitness program.
And, I am going to share with you her secrets for getting the most from a fitness program that you can find.
Here’s what she says:Get your clients excited about doing something they enjoy.
In her words, “There are so many ways to get your clients to do the things that they love, and I promise you that you will find something that works for your client that they’ve never heard of before.
Get your clients interested in a fitness activity that is fun and new.
I have seen a lot of clients come back to a gym and get really motivated to work out, and that is because they’ve discovered that something new is actually exciting.”
If your clients are not sure what you’re talking about, ask them questions about fitness and then tell them to sign up for a free workout class.
You may have to get creative with the program, of course, but that’s the beauty of having a fitness coach who knows how to get you motivated.
When you do a free exercise class, ask your clients about what they enjoy about it and how they think they will use it.
Your clients will feel comfortable coming in and saying, “Oh, I loved the workout, but I really didn’t know how to do this.
Here’s a workout plan to get me started on my exercise routine.”
I guarantee that you’ll be amazed at how much your clients will enjoy what they’ve learned.
Here are a few things that you may want to consider when setting up your fitness program:Get them motivated by the activity.
Make sure that you are not just talking about the workout.
You want them to know that you have a personal trainer that will teach them the proper movement sequences for that particular activity.
Get them excited about your program.
It’s easy to be overwhelmed when you’re setting up a fitness routine, especially if you don’t have the proper tools to help you manage the program.
You need to keep things simple and get them motivated.
You can make your workouts more fun by having them incorporate music.
This is especially important if you are a music fan.
I use a lot music when I’m teaching my clients about exercise, so I always keep them in the loop about my workout program so that they can stay motivated.
Get your client excited by a new workout and then keep working on them.
It will be a lot more fun for them if you keep pushing them and keep adding new exercises as your client learns new ones.
Keep the pace quick.
As a health coach, I also want my clients to feel motivated to take part in a workout program that they enjoy and that they like to do.
The more you are pushing them to try new things, the better it will feel for them.
When your clients have finished a workout, you may ask them to do a short video session and then have them do a second video session, so that you get to see them do some of the exercises that you’ve just shown them.
The reason I recommend this is that it is very important that the client feels comfortable doing this second session so that he or she can continue to progress in the workout and keep working towards their goal of getting to that goal.
Once your client has completed the second session, you can then ask them how they felt.
If they felt that they got all of the steps right, then you have done it right.
If, however, they were confused, frustrated, or upset, then they need to talk to their health coach about what needs to be done to make the workouts easier for them to get through.
If you have more questions, let me know in the comments below and I will be happy to answer.
I love to hear your thoughts and suggestions on fitness programs and what works for you.