I am often approached by people who are looking to invest in a personal training course. Now I have written posts and articles on this many times before but this one is new for 2018.
I have spoken a number of times about the importance of attending conferences and conventions in order to stay at the top of your game as a fitness professional.
Just sitting back in at Euston awaiting my train, just reflecting on what and amazing event Elevate 2018 has been. I am all talked out, I have spoken to such a wide range of awesome people.
What an amazing first day this has been, Elevate is truly going from strength to strength and it has been a honour to be involved as a media partner this year.
When it comes to buying that personal trainer in your life the most perfect gift it can be difficult, buying anyone the right present is difficult in my book.
I often talk to groups of new personal trainers, just making their way into the Fitness Industry. One of the most common questions I get asked about is potential earnings as a personal trainer in the UK.
After the popularity and the number of conversations I have had about my how to become a fitness tutor post, I thought I should do the same for becoming a fitness assessor.
As many of you will know one of the must attend conventions in the UK for me is Elevate Arena, it is an awesome conference that is aimed at those involved in the world of physical activity and health promotion.
I first heard about this interesting book when the author Chris Voss started to pop up on some of the podcasts that I listen to.