Learning how to run a business is equally important as learning how to become an excellent trainer.
I worked solely on becoming a better trainer for 3 years straight. Unfortunately at the end of the day, my business was still failing because I didn’t know how to run it.
While you can mitigate the chances of clients getting injured, you can’t ensure 100% immunity.
What you can do though, is have some failsafe methods in your pocket to keep them training with you, even when they’re beat up.
You know why class instructors and bootcamp trainers almost always have better retention rates than one to one coaches? It’s because of teamwork and camaraderie. As a client, when you’re training in a group, with other people who’ve got similar goals…..