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Mental and emotional stress causes physical changes to the body. Often these changes lead to short and long term back pain. Listen as Justin Price, creator of The BioMechanics Method Corrective Exercise Specialist certification, explains how stress can cause back pain and stay tuned for exercises that target musculoskeletal discomfort caused by str…
 
FitPro's Teresa Wheatley caught up for a second podcast with best-selling author Jono Petrohilos... this time Jono shared his simple and specific system promising success in sales and leads using Facebook ads.Jono is a podcast host and the 2020 Fitness Australia Educator of the Year. He is the Co Founder and Director at Fitness Education Online, on…
 
FitPro caught up with Jono, a best-selling author, podcast host and the 2020 Fitness Australia Educator of the Year.Jono Petrohilos shares his wisdom and experience in this entertaining podcast '4 Steps to a Successful Bootcamp'.A little bit more about Jono...Jono Petrohilos is the Co Founder and Director at Fitness Education Online, one of the lar…
 
We talk to Keli Roberts, high profile PT and author about what makes a successful SGT session for the savvy PT and GX instructor.A little bit about Keli....Keli Roberts has been recognized for many prestigious awards in the fitness industry. In 2003, she was named the IDEA International Fitness Instructor of the year. In 2005, Keli was awarded the …
 
Mary herself was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2007 and with secondaries in July 2014. Despite her own diagnosis she endeavours to raise awareness of the disease, in particular of secondary breast cancer. By sharing her experience and through her patient advocacy she helps others in her position.A little bit about Mary:Mary Huckle is a per…
 
In this podcast with Sarah Bolitho we understand that every client will communicate about their cancer differently and explore how the PT and GX instructor can adapt to support them.Sarah Bolitho is a Fitness Career Mentor and uses her 30-years industry experience as an instructor, tutor/assessor, IV/EV, and course writer to support new and experie…
 
Strength is a term we use every day in our industry and it is defined as the ability to exert enough force in order to overcome resistance. In this episode we are going to completely uncover the full force of strength training, what it means to be strong and how we can help our clients achieve strength that is more specific to them.We are joined by…
 
Corrective exercise is an absolute necessity for those whose workouts are hampered by muscle and joint pain, so knowing how to integrate it into client programs is a must-have skill for fitness professionals. The keys to creating and implementing successful corrective exercise strategies are provided in this enlightening podcast from Justin Price, …
 
In this podcast we gain first hand experience of what the challenges are of exercising and competing with Type 1 Diabetes and how to begin to overcome them. Heidi shares insights in how to coach clients with diabetes from her own personal experience as well as from her time coaching others.A little bit about Heidi Quine.....Heidi is a qualified Eng…
 
If your golden goal is to train athletes – at any level – this insightful and eye-opening chat between professional tennis player Alicia Barnett and FitPro master trainer Aaron Barnett is bursting with hints and tips on how to successfully work with an athlete. Who better to hear it from than the athlete’s mouth? Alicia shares her journey of traini…
 
Did you know that you might be missing a trick with your advertising? Do you realise that the messaging you use may only be reaching half of your potential market? In this thought-provoking podcast, David Klaasen FCIPD MloD, a practitioner in brain and behaviour change with over 30 years’ experience, explains the psyche behind members’ language and…
 
In this podcast, we focus on all things ViPR. ViPR’s education manager, Aaron Barnett speaks to the co-founder of Total Player, Joseph Taylor. They explore how to effectively apply ViPR to enhance sports performance and particularly with football players.Total Player's mission is to enhance football players' athleticism through functional performan…
 
In this podcast, FitPro speaks to biomechanics coach Anthony Fletcher around ‘plyometrics for all’. Traditionally plyometrics is part of the training spectrum reserved for athletes and elite fitness enthusiasts. It is often avoided by many due to its complicated nature and potential for injury. Today, we look at how this method can be effectively i…
 
After Lockdown 1.0 Lindsey Simpson and her colleague, Katie Lewis - who had recently completed her Mental Health England First Aid qualifications - began to wonder how everyone else was coping with Lockdown. How does the mental health of my colleagues and industry friends compare to the mental health of those working in other industries?It would be…
 
In this podcast, FitPro speaks to Carron Manning. Carron and her husband Lewis developed the evidence-based exercise prescription app EXi when they realised their patients’ low levels of activity and chronic diseases were intrinsically linked - and that exercise improved all their health outcomes. Carron is a chartered physiotherapist with an MSc i…
 
In this podcast, FitPro speaks to Marcelle Malan. We explore physical activity for those heading into perimenopause through to menopause and beyond; looking at an overview of some key strategies to help navigate physiological changes during this time. Marcelle is an exercise physiologist working in private practice in Melbourne, Australia, and she …
 
Paul Edmondson, movement specialist and master trainer, speaks to Jane Waller about whether fast tracking clients is smart training. He outlines the biggest mistakes he sees trainers making with clients and how consideration of the client’s previous experience and ability – along with building the foundations first – is key.…
 
In this podcast our head of education, Aaron Barnett, speaks to Pentony O’Hagan and Danielle White from T3 education about how teamwork makes the client’s dream work. In their discussion, they explore how personal trainers and soft tissue therapists can work together effectively for clients to reach their full potential.…
 
This is a slightly different podcast to what you are used to from Fitpro. Today Aaron Barnett speaks to two other fitness professionals, Robert Kane and Teresa Wheatly, to explore what has happened in our industry due to COVID-19 and what's going to happen moving forward, from both the personal trainer and group exercise perspective.…
 
In 2010, Sarah Russell was rushed into hospital with abdominal pain, given major surgery and ended up with a stoma. Here, she speaks to Jane Waller about her journey, the challenges she has overcome to train for marathons and how she is now educating healthcare and fitness professionals on how they can help clients who experience similar challenges…
 
International speaker Anthony Carey owns Function First in San Diego, which primarily works with clients in chronic pain. Here he talks to Aaron Barnett about his integrated bio-psycho-social approach to training and how it can impact on clients’ goals, and looks at the scope you have for working with clients to help them manage their pain.…
 
Some of us are experiencing higher levels of anxiety as we continue to live in a locked-down state due to covid-19. In this podcast, John Polley discusses how the mental, emotional and physical systems are all connected – and how your attitude to stress can affect your physical wellbeing. It’s an interesting listen with some useful pointers to take…
 
In this week's podcast, we have done special coronavirus focused podcast. In this FitPro’s managing director, Jane Waller, speaks to leading dietician and sports nutritionist, Linia Patel. She is currently on lockdown in Italy and in this podcast FitPro explores life in lockdown and useful advice that you can share with your clients and members.…
 
In this week's podcast, FitPro’s managing director, Jane Waller, speaks to Exercise physiologist, Tony Boutagy about the benefits of blood flow restriction training.About the podcast guest:Tony Boutagy has been a trainer for 25 years, specialising in the development of strength and endurance, and training for body composition. He holds a PhD in exe…
 
In this week's podcast, FitPro's managing director, Jane Waller, speaks to the international presenter and author Desi Bartlett about the ideas behind her latest book 'Your Strong Sexy Pregnancy'. They explore how women can feel empowered and benefit from exercise during pregnancy.FitPro
 
In this special podcast we talk to Darren Orton, FitPro's Business Manager. Darren who’s been with the company for 26 years is a familiar face (or voice on the other end of the phone) to many of our members. During his time in the business he’s seen trends come and go, and he understands what it really means to be a fitness professional. He’s also …
 
In this week's podcast, FitPro’s Managing Director, Jane Waller, speaks to Kris Tynan programme Director for Exercise as Medicine NZ. They discuss training older adults, arthritis and her CPD online course 'Osteoporosis and Exercise'.If you would like to take this course click the link belowhttp://bit.ly/2PQoiP8…
 
In this week's podcast, FitPro’s Head of Education, Aaron Barnett, speaks to Debby Sargent, lecturer at the University of Gloucestershire and UKSCA tutor. They discuss the importance of training female athletes as individuals, understanding the menstrual cycle, and using it positively in their strength and conditioning training.…
 
Anthony Franklin, CEO of Fibodo, the award-winning booking management platform used by fitness professionals, and Fiona Bugler, author of our business course, Get Known, discuss the ways PTs can be more business savvy in order to grow their fitness businesses.Find out more about fibodo at www.fibodo.comCheck out the Get Known online course: bit.ly/…
 
In this week’s podcast, FitPro's programming manager Kirsten Carter speaks to nurse and personal trainer Marion Foreman from All Together Better. Marion discusses how fitness professionals can prepare themselves for when a client tells them that they have cancer. We also explore the benefits that exercise has for someone on their cancer journey.To …
 
This week, we hear from movement specialist John Polley. In this podcast, we explore why you would want to introduce play in to your clients’ training. We also discuss the science behind play and what the benefits are to incorporating it into sessions. Have a listen and get in touch with any questions! publish@fitpro.com…
 
FitPro’s director, Jane Waller, interviews marketing expert, Riley Stewart, about how to master the process of client acquisition. Riley Stewart is a marketing expert, business consultant and investor. He’s the founder and CEO of More Gym Members, a lead generation provider for fitness businesses globally, and Co-Founder of Zone Gyms which combines…
 
Due to popular request, FitPro’s Director, Jane Waller, is once again chatting to Dianne Edmonds about Pregnancy considerations. This time they are talking specifically about the benefits of aqua based classes and sessions. Listen now to Dianne as she addresses: main benefits; special considerations; breathing, and a focus on the core. Visit the fi…
 
In this week’s podcast, FitPro’s editor Olivia Hubbard speaks to Australian PT Brendon Patrick on why he thinks so many instructors burn out so early on in their business. As a highly dedicated and passionate coach, Brendon Patrick crafted his fitness skills and honed a resolute mindset during the 15 years he spent in the Australian Army. It was hi…
 
FitPro’s editor, Olivia Hubbard, catches up with 21 times British Senior Champion ENG/GB Olympic Weightlifter, multiple England and British record holder, and Active Communities trustee, Jo Calvino. We talk doping, supplements, body image, and training female clients. Visit: www.fitpro.com/blog/podcast-jo-calvino/…
 
Pelvic floor exercises don’t commonly play a part in women’s workout routines, but they should. Pelvic Floor First ambassador, Marietta Mehanni, spoke to FitPro’s director, Jane Waller, on why fitness instructors should consider incorporating pelvic floor exercises into their repertoire. Visit the FitPro blog to find out more here: www.fitpro.com/b…
 
For this week’s podcast, FitPro hears from Mick Timpson, who helps us to understand the differences between mindfulness and meditation. His book, Making Happy Work, is a fitting text for the modern world and takes readers on a meditation journey of eight parts, which, stage by stage, build up into simple, easy-to-use, power practice that can be inc…
 
Team FitPro are taking part in the breast cancer MoonWalk event on 11 May. We wanted to hear from the event founder, Nina Barough, on her reasons for starting the event and how far it’s come. FitPro’s editor was also joined by PT and breast cancer fighter, Mary Huckle.We really do hope that this podcast provides you with an insight into one of the …
 
During pregnancy, women‘s priorities for movement and exercise change. Director and founder of The Pregnancy Centre, Dianne Edmonds, spoke to FitPro’s director, Jane Waller, on how personal trainers can effectively train their pregnant clients.FitPro
 
Next month, adventurer and speaker, Damian King will be embarking on a serious challenge, to walk the entire length of India. Damian will be walking 2,300 miles in total and he will aim to walk 30 miles a day. I know; it’s quite the challenge. Just him and his backpack, too. Damian will be raising awareness for mental health charities. Damian isn’t…
 
Phil Hewitt, bestselling author of Keep on Running: The High and Lows of a Marathon Addict, is, regrettably, well-qualified to write this book as he has actually been there. In February 2016, Phil was viciously mugged in South Africa where he suffered stab wounds, broken ribs and abdominal injuries, and was effectively left for dead in a grim Cape …
 
In this week’s podcast, author, writer and endurance athlete, Fiona Bugler, details how you can successfully reflect on the past year to help shape your business for the New Year. How will you rate your success? Fiona also notes what you can learn from the fitness influencers on Instagram, but explains the importance of staying true to yourself and…
 
Do we all need to be sugar-free? Do we need sugar at all in our diets? Registered dietitian Linia Patel explores the types of sugar that adults and children are eating too much of, i.e., free sugar, and outlines how you should be examining food labels correctly. She then explains exactly why sugar is used in food and why too much sugar is no good. …
 
As an experienced personal trainer, author and business owner, Jane is a woman with many strings to her bow. She is currently completing her PhD, a three year degree course funded by The Royal College of Chiropractors and Teesside University, to develop an app to aid in treating people with back and neck pain. As well as this, she runs practical pr…
 
Owen has been the wellbeing manager at Mind in Haringey for over two years now, supporting and assessing those who need help by providing talking therapy, Wellbeing Recovery Action Plans and promoting independence and dignity to improve the lives of those who use the service.The podcast covers how to create a safe-space to discuss mental health whi…
 
Jeremy Laming, co-founder of both Selkie Swim Co. and Henley Swim Events, as well as ambassador for the RLSS, breaks the ice on why people cold water swim.A keen swimmer himself, Jeremy's longest swim was a three-day, 50 mile swim along the Thames.FitPro
 
Morc Coulson a senior lecturer and programme leader of sport and exercise science at the University of Sunderland, as well as author of several papers and leading industry texts.Morc ran us through several exercises and how to make sure you aren’t falling into some of the simple traps that many PTs make.…
 
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