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How to Coach Visual Learners: Motor & Mirror Neurons

You are watching a sporting event and you see one of the participants “roll” their ankle; you flinch with sympathy. You see someone smile, you feel the need to smile back or at least consider smiling. You wave at a baby and if the baby knows how, he or she

How to Use Different Cuing to Connect with Everyone in Your Room

When you walk into a group fitness class, what do you see? Beginners to athletes, males to females, experienced to newbies, a group fitness class population truly can run the gauntlet. Yet, we as instructors must connect with each student while providing a safe and effective workout for everyone. How

Fit Pros: Understand How to Train Auditory Learners

As an experienced, top-notch Personal Trainer, Coach or Performance Specialist, you know your clients VERY well. You know their habits, what motivates them, how to avoid injuring them, how to keep them on track for success regardless of the goal, and you see their potential even when they don’t. You