Sep 24, 2019
Personal trainers aren't doctors, but just as medical professionals get hands-on training before surgery, personal trainers also need hands-on and practical skills training before working with their first client.
Retaining your employees can be just as important as retaining your members. In this installment of Follow the Fitness Leaders, six industry executives share the ways in which their companies recognize employees for exceptional work.
In Club Industry’s latest free webinar, kinesiology professor Melissa Layne debunks many of the myths surrounding nutrition coaching and explores how any fitness professional can help clients in this area—while avoiding its pitfalls.