Regularly I sit down and chat to my clients before or after sessions because it allows me, as an instructor, to get to know them as people and to also understand what their goals are. This is one of the reasons why I limit the number of people that come to each of my sessions,
I look around and I see people walking around and they are overweight and either struggling with breathing or have troubles with their joints and I think why? With the advent of the internet there is so much information out there about healthy eating or exercise and I am not talking about leading a monastic

Everything is Relative, But Attitude is Everything!

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Regularly I sit down and chat to my clients before or after sessions because it allows me, as an instructor, to get to know them as people and to also understand what their goals are. This is one of the reasons why I limit the number of people that come to each of my sessions,
Positive thoughts do drive your behaviour and this shows how and why. A whole industry has grown up around this type of philosophy and if you spend time watching and listening to people (do it subtlely and without judgement) you can gain more of an understanding of their personal drivers. I am sure you have
I look around and I see people walking around and they are overweight and either struggling with breathing or have troubles with their joints and I think why? With the advent of the internet there is so much information out there about healthy eating or exercise and I am not talking about leading a monastic
As a fitness professional I constantly see people injuring themselves unnecessarily or preparing incorrectly, so I thought I would put some ideas together in a list. This is not covering everything, but some of the approaches that if followed should minimise injuries and training downtime…. 7 Great Tips To Avoid Training Injuries Maintain good levels

Everything is Relative, But Attitude is Everything!