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Learn Something New. This is probably the most powerful thing you can do. Learn something new, it ensures you keep delivering new and deeper content to your clients, and aids toward client retention as well as the enhanced motivation levels.  It’s also the biggest justification for increasing your prices each year too. 

As a newly qualified, aspiring or even current practicing Personal Trainer, it’s imperative you start to really begin thinking like a business person.

Free rent, or cheap rent, does not have any direct correlation in your ability to build a PT business.  I’ll let that sink in for a second…

‘Alkalising the body’ is probably too broad brush for us to develop the understanding of this area.  There are different key systems and parts of the body that require different pH levels.
Flexibility and Mobility can often be overlooked by coaches within a strength and conditioning program with generic warm ups on cardiovascular machines or bodyweight warm ups including some stretches being favoured and very little emphasis being put on flexibility or mobility as a separate component or session.  
What is that enables clients to reach their goals? Realistic goals, effective programming, regular reviews and the adherence of the individual are probably top of the list, but what about your coaching style? 
There are over 9.7 million fitness members in the UK meaning that 1 in 7 people is a member of one of the UK’s 7,038 gyms. The fitness industry now has an estimated total market value of £4.9billion. With these figures, it’s no surprise that working in the industry has become more popular.