Talking Food with In-Home Clients

In-home training can be a rewarding (and lucrative) career choice, but you have to set your own environment. Just like any coaching, you can get burnt out if you’re not careful.

One of the best parts about IFASTU is the questions you all ask. It gets us thinking about things we’ve either taken for granted or maybe even forgotten. I always find it helpful to revisit old topics because now I can look at them with fresh eyes.

This video is part of a 12-video series on in-home personal training.

  1. Equipment
  2. Handling Distractions
  3. Nutrition
  4. Training Frequency
  5. Building Resiliency
  6. Contracts and Fees
  7. Average Client Success
  8. Assessments
  9. Reflections

Part 1

Part 2

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