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Powerful Personal Trainer

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The podcast for personal trainers created by personal trainers. Listen in as Roger Dickerman and Tony Federico explore the world of fitness from the perspectives of both employer and employee. Building clientele, certifications, delivering value, finances, and marketing your personal brand - they cover it all. Are you ready to build a powerful training career?

Latest Episodes

Opening Your Own Gym with Jen Pilotti

Recapping how to boost training sessions during a down cycle, facility budgeting, balancing managerial duties and training, building a program, creating simple decisions for your clients, country club work environment, taking on newsletter responsibilities, continuing education, social media content, step by step career progression, renting training space, evaluating whether gym ownership is right for you, overhead responsibilities, attracting and sustaining clientele, and crunching the numbers

48 MIN2016 OCT 19
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Opening Your Own Gym with Jen Pilotti

Landing New Clients and Rolling with the Punches

Seasonal fluctuations in personal training, how to deal with a dip in business,managing your emotional state, self confidence, planning your year as a whole, building and operating out of a cushion, allowing yourself a break, focusing on self improvement, exploring alternative revenue streams, getting creative, analyzing different demographics, reactive versus proactive, asking your current client base for new client leads, contacting your floater clients, reviewing your session history, making something out of a less than ideal situation, initiative, taking ownership, putting it on your calendar and committing

31 MIN2016 AUG 24
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Landing New Clients and Rolling with the Punches

How to Take a Break from Your Business

AskGaryVee, creating quality content, improving people's lives, Roger and Tony record a live conversation, taking time away from work, vacationing, putting systems in place, putting your staff in a position to succeed, eliminating client confusion, sending preparatory emails, removing yourself from the picture, growing a business, creating managerial positions and career roles, moving a business, visibility and foot traffic, handling new prospects, staff philosophy, working as a team, having diverse specialties, scheduling meetings and touch points, dividing responsibilities, getting through tough stretches, and improving one small step at a time

35 MIN2016 JUL 12
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How to Take a Break from Your Business

Going from 0 to 200 with Marissa Pellegrino

Starting a business, organic growth, slow progress, adapting to client needs, business in the city, square footage, managing staff, preparing for vacation, information products, passive income

70 MIN2016 MAY 23
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Going from 0 to 200 with Marissa Pellegrino

Breaking into the Big Time with Craig Ballantyne

Hands on connection, Men's Health, email newsletters, providing value to others, creating opportunities, John Romaniello, Adam Bornstein, persistence, going above and beyond, credibility among peers, positions of strength, future opportunities, people over 50, digital programs with wearable components

32 MIN2016 MAY 7
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Breaking into the Big Time with Craig Ballantyne

Lessons from the 2016 IDEA Fitness Conference

Evolving approaches to fitness conferences, attending live events, increased inspiration versus solely online education, investing in events, subsidizing conference costs, making a shared cost proposal to your facility, sharing your conference takeaways with co-workers, taking initiative and adding value to your facility, networking with fellow professionals and presenters, Todd Durkin, Fitness Quest 10 gym, increasing sales, increasing your rate, building a team that excels in your absence, trusting yourself and putting your blinders on, Trina Gray, adding visual photos and videos to your website or newsletter, and matching your inputs to what you want to accomplish

36 MIN2016 APR 13
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Lessons from the 2016 IDEA Fitness Conference

Trial by Fire with Clifton Harski

Fitwall, continuing education strategies, intense travel schedule, interviewing and hiring new trainers, evaluating career goals, attending major conferences, finding a specialty that speaks to you, becoming a Movnat master instructor, Kettlebell Athletics, Animal Flow, formal versus informal certifications and education, enjoying movement, BA training, repackaging your knowledge to fit your personality, pop fitness, working with deconditioned clients, authenticity, sales skills, Influence, teamwork, proper interview preparation, knowing the facility, editing your resume, Craigslist, Indeed.com, Dan John, using down to earth vocabulary, meeting people face to face, and making a real difference

40 MIN2016 MAR 16
Comments
Trial by Fire with Clifton Harski

Online Optimization with Marko Matijasavic

Helping fitness professionals develop an online presence, leveraging Instagram, YouTube workout videos, creating your own PR, creating a social media strategy, providing value to your audience, working as an instructor on cruise ships, traveling the world, inspiration from Gary Vaynerchuk, improving as a salesman, speaking in front of large crowds, successful consultations, not giving everything away upfront, understanding your client's motivations, listening skills, being honest and direct, respecting yourself, moving up the Google rankings, the importance of defining a niche and keywords, defining your audience, studying your users with analytics, optimizing your website, mobile, landing pages, accurate descriptions, and simplicity

50 MIN2016 MAR 2
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Online Optimization with Marko Matijasavic

Entrepreneurial Athleticism with Keith Norris

EPassion and personality, physical culture, lessons from a background in sports, functional workouts, changing careers, strength and conditioning, pivoting, risk evaluation, Efficient Exercise, ARX equipment, specializing, business as a team sport, apprenticeship, real world knowledge, observing trends, diversified income streams, alternative business opportunities, keeping things fresh, ruthless self assessment, strengths and weaknesses, and networking events

58 MIN2016 FEB 17
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Entrepreneurial Athleticism with Keith Norris

The Lifecycle of a Personal Trainer, Part 2

Taking charge of your fitness career, warning signs, experiencing burn-out, striking the right balance, assessing your work excitement and inspiration levels, being present within your sessions, working smarter not just harder, knowing yourself, comparing your current career schedule to your ideals, comparing your current revenue to your ideals, how to end a client relationship, determining your best case scenario, real world case studies

48 MIN2016 FEB 4
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The Lifecycle of a Personal Trainer, Part 2

Latest Episodes

Opening Your Own Gym with Jen Pilotti

Recapping how to boost training sessions during a down cycle, facility budgeting, balancing managerial duties and training, building a program, creating simple decisions for your clients, country club work environment, taking on newsletter responsibilities, continuing education, social media content, step by step career progression, renting training space, evaluating whether gym ownership is right for you, overhead responsibilities, attracting and sustaining clientele, and crunching the numbers

48 MIN2016 OCT 19
Comments
Opening Your Own Gym with Jen Pilotti

Landing New Clients and Rolling with the Punches

Seasonal fluctuations in personal training, how to deal with a dip in business,managing your emotional state, self confidence, planning your year as a whole, building and operating out of a cushion, allowing yourself a break, focusing on self improvement, exploring alternative revenue streams, getting creative, analyzing different demographics, reactive versus proactive, asking your current client base for new client leads, contacting your floater clients, reviewing your session history, making something out of a less than ideal situation, initiative, taking ownership, putting it on your calendar and committing

31 MIN2016 AUG 24
Comments
Landing New Clients and Rolling with the Punches

How to Take a Break from Your Business

AskGaryVee, creating quality content, improving people's lives, Roger and Tony record a live conversation, taking time away from work, vacationing, putting systems in place, putting your staff in a position to succeed, eliminating client confusion, sending preparatory emails, removing yourself from the picture, growing a business, creating managerial positions and career roles, moving a business, visibility and foot traffic, handling new prospects, staff philosophy, working as a team, having diverse specialties, scheduling meetings and touch points, dividing responsibilities, getting through tough stretches, and improving one small step at a time

35 MIN2016 JUL 12
Comments
How to Take a Break from Your Business

Going from 0 to 200 with Marissa Pellegrino

Starting a business, organic growth, slow progress, adapting to client needs, business in the city, square footage, managing staff, preparing for vacation, information products, passive income

70 MIN2016 MAY 23
Comments
Going from 0 to 200 with Marissa Pellegrino

Breaking into the Big Time with Craig Ballantyne

Hands on connection, Men's Health, email newsletters, providing value to others, creating opportunities, John Romaniello, Adam Bornstein, persistence, going above and beyond, credibility among peers, positions of strength, future opportunities, people over 50, digital programs with wearable components

32 MIN2016 MAY 7
Comments
Breaking into the Big Time with Craig Ballantyne

Lessons from the 2016 IDEA Fitness Conference

Evolving approaches to fitness conferences, attending live events, increased inspiration versus solely online education, investing in events, subsidizing conference costs, making a shared cost proposal to your facility, sharing your conference takeaways with co-workers, taking initiative and adding value to your facility, networking with fellow professionals and presenters, Todd Durkin, Fitness Quest 10 gym, increasing sales, increasing your rate, building a team that excels in your absence, trusting yourself and putting your blinders on, Trina Gray, adding visual photos and videos to your website or newsletter, and matching your inputs to what you want to accomplish

36 MIN2016 APR 13
Comments
Lessons from the 2016 IDEA Fitness Conference

Trial by Fire with Clifton Harski

Fitwall, continuing education strategies, intense travel schedule, interviewing and hiring new trainers, evaluating career goals, attending major conferences, finding a specialty that speaks to you, becoming a Movnat master instructor, Kettlebell Athletics, Animal Flow, formal versus informal certifications and education, enjoying movement, BA training, repackaging your knowledge to fit your personality, pop fitness, working with deconditioned clients, authenticity, sales skills, Influence, teamwork, proper interview preparation, knowing the facility, editing your resume, Craigslist, Indeed.com, Dan John, using down to earth vocabulary, meeting people face to face, and making a real difference

40 MIN2016 MAR 16
Comments
Trial by Fire with Clifton Harski

Online Optimization with Marko Matijasavic

Helping fitness professionals develop an online presence, leveraging Instagram, YouTube workout videos, creating your own PR, creating a social media strategy, providing value to your audience, working as an instructor on cruise ships, traveling the world, inspiration from Gary Vaynerchuk, improving as a salesman, speaking in front of large crowds, successful consultations, not giving everything away upfront, understanding your client's motivations, listening skills, being honest and direct, respecting yourself, moving up the Google rankings, the importance of defining a niche and keywords, defining your audience, studying your users with analytics, optimizing your website, mobile, landing pages, accurate descriptions, and simplicity

50 MIN2016 MAR 2
Comments
Online Optimization with Marko Matijasavic

Entrepreneurial Athleticism with Keith Norris

EPassion and personality, physical culture, lessons from a background in sports, functional workouts, changing careers, strength and conditioning, pivoting, risk evaluation, Efficient Exercise, ARX equipment, specializing, business as a team sport, apprenticeship, real world knowledge, observing trends, diversified income streams, alternative business opportunities, keeping things fresh, ruthless self assessment, strengths and weaknesses, and networking events

58 MIN2016 FEB 17
Comments
Entrepreneurial Athleticism with Keith Norris

The Lifecycle of a Personal Trainer, Part 2

Taking charge of your fitness career, warning signs, experiencing burn-out, striking the right balance, assessing your work excitement and inspiration levels, being present within your sessions, working smarter not just harder, knowing yourself, comparing your current career schedule to your ideals, comparing your current revenue to your ideals, how to end a client relationship, determining your best case scenario, real world case studies

48 MIN2016 FEB 4
Comments
The Lifecycle of a Personal Trainer, Part 2
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