Archive for July, 2011

The Client Ascension Formula

The Client Ascension Formula

Posted on 20. Jul, 2011 by .

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Hey, it’s your boy Sam here with another great post for you. Today my good friend and guru to physical therapists Nitin “King Pin” Chhoda shows you “The Client Ascension Formula”. You definitely need to pay attention to this. The biggest asset for a personal trainer is his list of prospects and present clients. In addition to collecting ‘optins’ on your website in exchange for free reports, you can collect a list of ‘prospects’ with public speaking, postcard marketing to local communities and joint venture relationships with local businesses. Building a list is important, especially for a referral based business like personal training. It’s not the size of the list that’s important; it’s your relationship with the list, but more on that later. It’s critical to avoid the temptation to focus all our time and energy trying to get new clients, when instead you should be focusing on increasing referrals from existing clients. Once you can understand the different stages of your relationship lifecycle with a client, the whole process is demystified. It’s important to understand the ‘progression’ of the client relationship; the ‘ascension ladder’. When an individual shows interest in something you are giving away (a free report), they […]

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Throw-ups (Extreme Sit-ups)

Throw-ups (Extreme Sit-ups)

Posted on 20. Jul, 2011 by .

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My man Roy “Super Hero” Schuhmacher shows the world another one of his extreme exercises. The Throw-ups. This is unbelievable. Do you have an extreme exercise that you want to share with your fellow Super Trainers? We’re waiting……. Extreme ab contraction, including pushing the stabilizers to the limit as you raise the bar to a gorilla press hitting all the shoulder muscles. Is insane for gaining incredible core strength and stability that is unmatched.   Roy Schuhmacher www.FitForLifeSolutions.com

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Does Your Training Suck?

Posted on 19. Jul, 2011 by .

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What’s up Super trainers, JB here, I hope all of you are kickin ass in your business , and if your not , just pay attention to this blog for a bit and you will be. I want to talk to you guys about some shit that is common sense to me but seems as some others don’t get it. I just got off the phone with a trainer who I coach ( won’t make him famous by saying his name ) but he was telling me how 3 months ago he had such an awesome month in his boot camp business that he was running across town but some F&*ing reason his clients were not staying more than a few months. So my question to him was,”Does your training suck”?. He swears he has kick ass training methods and his boot camps rocks. ..OK so what’s the problem? “What kind of retention programs do you have in place for your clients? And how do u make them coming back and wanting to get more of your bootcamp classes ?” “ well I dunno, I tell them thank you and hi fives and stuff “ was his reply. WTF !!! […]

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10 Steps To Surviving The Google Panda Transition

10 Steps To Surviving The Google Panda Transition

Posted on 19. Jul, 2011 by .

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When the new Google Panda algorithm change first debuted, people who had gotten quite cushy in their online marketing panicked. Spammy links didn’t work, article publishing sites like EzineArticles floundered, popular sites like About.com and Wikipedia were suddenly dubbed “poor quality,” and slow-loading pages were dumped into virtual obscurity. The basic fact is that marketers should never get too comfortable with their strategies and techniques because the world of SEO is always changing. Love it or hate it, we’ve all got to deal with the hand that Google deals us. Here are 10 steps to surviving this transition to come out a stronger player while providing more valuable content than ever before.     Spun content is a disaster. For a while, website owners who weren’t handy with a pen and couldn’t afford to hire writers would simply steal copy and run it through a program that changed enough words to avoid penalties from Google. (In case you didn’t know, search engines HATE duplicate content!) You can compare spun or copy-and-pasted articles to plagiarism in school. Cheaters can save face by going back through their existing spun copy and hiring copywriters to rewrite the content. Remember, you don’t want to […]

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Nothing in life is free….

Nothing in life is free….

Posted on 18. Jul, 2011 by .

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Nothing in Life is Free…… even love. sometimes you have to pay the price….so that you can understand the true value. Hey it’s your boy Sam here, The other day I got a Facebook message that I wanted to share with you. I think there is a huge lesson in there for you. For the privacy of this person I didn’t include his/her name. One thing that I see a lot of people do wrong is to ask for free advice. Part of being successful is to do whatever it takes to improve. If that means you have to come out of pocket then that’s what you have to do. If it means that you have to sell that car then that’s what you have to do. FREE advice is NEVER taken seriously. Imagine if you gave free training and nutrition advice to everyone. Would they take it seriously? Hell do the no. Believe me when I tell you that I spend about 40-50K on my education and improving myself. In life you want to wake up every morning knowing that you improved as a human being from the previous day. Do you think I necessarily want to write a […]

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