The health-care profession is cautious and quite sceptical of many personal trainers. Why, because there are a large number of mediocre trainers that don’t have the calibre and training experience that health-care professionals respect and demand. If you would like to be respected by other health-care and fitness professionals then listen up!
In order to be respected, you must look and sound credible. To do this, the elite trainer must know what she/he is talking about and be able to demonstrate elite training skills. Unfortunately, many trainers, don’t sound our look credible when working in the gym, many get lazy and don’t continue to maintain their skills and credential.
In fact, many trainers lose POTENTIAL clients without knowing it! Think about this, do you think that doctors, physios and other health-care professional train in gyms? Of course they do! Is it possible that while you are training a client one or more of these health-care professionals are exercising nearby and listening in on what you are saying and watching what you are doing? Well, many trainers, don’t think about this fact and are fired before ever being hired. Do you want this to be you? If not, then what are you willing to do to ensure you are respected by the medical community?
INFOFIT Educators, teaches you how to look and sound credible when training in a gym. In fact, go to our website www.infofit.ca and click on the testimonials section to read how many of our students have succeeded by doing exactly what we suggested. To find out more about earning credibility and develop a strong business, register for our Personal Trainer Certification program today.
Five tips to gaining credibility and creating a profitable referral relationship with the medical community
To be credible and respected you need to: