Ralph Hanson

Ralph Hanson

I'm Ralph, a trainer that shares tips and DIY instructions about health and wellness. I also love to travel and reading books.

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While the importance of health and fitness is discussed a lot in the mainstream media, personal training is still not necessarily an obvious choice for many people.There are plenty of reasons why people do not seek out a Personal Trainer, including a lack of time, financial pressures or possibly just because they don’t allow themselves the ‘indulgence’ of focusing on their health and fitness.Help when you’re not around.The average time a client spends each week with their personal trainer is 2 hours.So what to do about it?Set up a between-training-hours program.Your clients want to know the kind of activities and incidental exercise they can perform safely while you aren’t around, so help them by creating a program for them to follow every day of the week.It’s up to you as to how detailed the program is, but from our experience, the more detail, the more comfortable your client will feel.Of course, it’s up to them as to how closely they follow the program but they need to at least know what it is they should and shouldn’t be doing every day.Create a traffic light systemWe all know the three levels of a traffic light – red for no, amber for maybe and green for ‘go your hardest’.
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