PERSONAL TRAINING ON CRACK! Jamo Nezzar acts a fool (watch the video).

Posted on 10. Oct, 2007 by .

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Funny what you’ll find on YouTube these days … I found a video clip of fellow Personal Trainer Jamo Nezzar, part of the launch of his new online training program, Jamcore Training. Most people need to smoke a gram of crack to feel as good as Jamo! Just goes to show how it feels when you love what you do. All jokes aside, Jamo’s one of the top trainers in the business. In a past life, he was a professional bodybuilder, one of the hardest sports in the world to reach pro status in. Jamo has run a successful Personal Training business for years in San Jose, California before starting his online venture; and from reviewing the site and reading his blog, he’s put together an extremely strong team at Jamcore. Here’s the video: [youtube 7acmprSXk78 nolink] Jamo’s (entertaining) online venture is an example of one of the privileges Personal Training offers you, what I call the JUMP, moving from one-on-one Training to other aspects of the fitness field. This is a multi-billion dollar industry, some say soon to be a trillion dollars, and it’s rate of growth just continues to accelerate. With the endless possibilities it offers, Personal Trainers […]

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TOP LEVEL PERSONAL TRAINERS FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES – Find out about the new age of Personal Training: training without limits.

Posted on 12. Sep, 2007 by .

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I just got my hands on an article from late 2005 from the New York Times and it was pretty shocking. What’s the main point of the article? Personal Training isn’t your usual job – it can’t be bound by the confines of a gym, can’t be punched in a clock, and your heart is the only qualification you need. The main trainer focused in the article was Juris Kupris. Juris is the prototype Top-Level Trainer; visiting his web-site, you’ll notice absolutely impeccable personal marketing and image management. Let’s sing his praises for a bit: He’s used the media to establish himself as a fitness expert (takes some dedication, but fairly simple) Focused on a target market that can deliver a high return in terms of training usage and high-value referrals Has branched into other sources of income other than hourly sessions (he’s released a DVD collection)

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