If you are a personal trainer, have used a personal trainer, or ever thought twice about becoming one, that is what Book Four is all about. We are contacted by trainers who say they "agree" with what we do but they haven't any idea "what" we do, let alone what is required of trainers enough to agree with anyone.
Let's face it; you can only trust yourself in the gym, not someone who has turned a hobby into a way to make a living. This book, the Personal Training Business Guide, completely exposes the personal training industry and even delves into the modern medical care system.
You will discover everything necessary about those on the inside who are with holding information from you. "An educated patient is one less customer," a physician once told me.
Reading Book Four will finally make you independent of those trying to keep you in the dark. I assure you that the 300 pages in this book will at least give you a better running knowledge than anyone else at your gym, let alone more info than anyone else you currently know. Even better, you'll have the ability to communicate with physicians from now on.
If you are currently a trainer, you will use this new knowledge to build relationships and gain referrals from members of numerous branches in the medical field. You will be able to pull ahead of your peers by leaps and bounds that way. None of the other fitness "professionals" I am warning the public about that live near you would dare strike up a conversation with a physician!
With over 200 topics divided into three categories (medicine, exercise & nutrition) you will learn to talk the talk. And once you implement the marketing tips I present that other successful trainers use to draw in the clients, you will be walking the walk. I know trainers making $20K a month using this book's advice. Yes, $20,000 a month
In fact, if you aren't a trainer, you just might consider becoming one after reading it. This book was written so people could train and take care of themselves, but who knows; maybe you'll start a part time business instead. Whatever the future holds, this book is full of things that people too often neglect, mostly because they do not know anything about these subjects to begin with.
If you think that is bold of me to say, then it is obvious you know less than you believe and you need Book Four. There are far too many people getting ROBBED at their gyms or health food stores by clowns who think they know their business. It has to stop.
Take your success seriously. Do not let anyone tell you they know more than you do again about this stuff. Look at it this way, I am wrong, I do not get your referrals. And I need referrals to keep my own business running. So who really loses if you fail? Don Lemmon.