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Now displaying: April, 2018
Apr 20, 2018

We're FINALLY back with a brand new episode. Luke and I sit down and chat through how to get a head start with Personal Training, focusing on client retention and getting that right from the beginning.

We talk about: 

  • Getting clients, quick
  • Setting up a service to maximise client retention 
  • Basic gym etiquette for the Personal Trainer 
  • PT software - 
    • Booking/scheduling 
    • Email list providers 
    • Website

Find us on social media @shredbyscience, everywhere.

 

Apr 13, 2018

Hey, SBS Radio listeners! Our brand new episode with Luke Johnson (the third part in our Personal Trainer mini-series) is dropping next week. We've finally had time to sit down and record it - apologies for it taking so long.

I didn't want to leave you with another rebroadcast, so... here's an episode from our sister podcast - the De Novo Podcast. 

If you want to listen to the De Novo Podcast's library: 

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In this episode, we talk to 3DMJ coach and natural bodybuilder Dr Eric Helms. Our questions to him include: 

  1. Your recent YouTube series is entitled Anecdotes and Observations - when it comes to making your fitness your own, why are anecdotes and observations so important?
  2. On the topic of anecdotes - there was a fascinating discussion between you and Joe Klemczewski on Facebook recently regarding training frequency. Could you summarise that discussion for us?
  3. Recent data on periodisation have shown that maybe it's time to reconsider some of the reasons for periodising someone's training - what would you say are the main benefits to a periodised approach to training?
  4. One of the main aims of science is to test hypotheses - what was the most surprising fitness-related hypothesis that you've seen either supported or scuppered after scientific investigation?
  5. Do you have any favourite studies out of all the ones you've reviewed for MASS?
  6. What would you advise for someone looking to become more 'evidence-based' with their fitness? 

Check out Team 3DMJ's YouTube Channel 

Check out Eric on Instagram 

Check out the 3DMJ Vault

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