In this episode, I welcome on long term LTB member Owen Henderson. Owen has built his business up inside of a commercial facility and he's got it to a stage where he has around 40 client sessions per week.
In this short trial episode, Stuart chats to LTB member Toby Firth about what he's been actioning since being in the LTB essentials lead generation group.
Was great to welcome LTB member and friend Mike MacDonald on to the podcast.
How he got started in the industry?
What being involved with Glasgow Rangers as the nutrition consultant taught him
What he’s noticed since starting as a PT
What would he do differently if he could go back
The importance of having your client’s details in a place that you can access
When and how he took the jump from self-employed PT to gym owner
What’s been surprising about opening AKR
How he runs his referral system
The importance of doing your homework
Some of the unexpected negatives of running a facility
In episode 45 we welcome on Geoff Girvitz from Bang Fitness (https://www.bangfitness.com/).
Alongside discussing how Geoff and his team create a welcoming culture that encourages client's to stick around, we get into the importance of having patience, rethinking lead generation and what Geoff would love to see more of from the fitness industry.
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Bryan Krahn has experienced and seen a lot of things come and go in his time as a fitness professional. In this episode, we get into what some of the lessons he's learnt during that time as well how he finds being an online coach, what he thinks about evidence vs experience and much much more!
In this episode of the LTB podcast, we welcome on Krista Scott-Dixon from Precision Nutrition and Stumptuous.com for a discussion around all things coaching. We get into her new book, Why We Want Eat, what makes an effective coach, improving self-awareness, empathy and much much more.
On this second Q&A, where we welcome previous guests Alex & Gregg back on, we chat about coaching the hip hinge, working towards pull-ups, underreporting and finding new ways to do nutrition tracking.
We welcome Omar Ganai back onto the LTB podcast for episode 41.
Following on from the last interview (episode 11) we dive straight into why PT's should make time to understand motivation science, what this thing called organismic integration theory is, how we support competence, autonomy and belonging and how to think about unconditional positive regard.