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How to keep clients motivated

One of most integral parts of being a successful fitness instructor is being a leading light in the motivation of your clients. Increasing client motivation is no easy or simple feat, but it can be done with the right attitude, a dedication to thinking outside of the box and the development of rapport with your client.

Here are some of the best ways to increase client motivation:

  1. Keep up the conversation – it’s important to keep communication lines open with your client, and to bring issues up when they come along. If you have a feeling your client is struggling with motivation, bring it up. They’ll be happy you’re taking notice and by addressing the problem headfirst, you’re already on your way to beating it.
  1. Keep a check on client goals – you need to be on the same page as your client, otherwise they’ll lose focus without you knowing. It’s important you’re up to date with their fitness goals and their relationship with them. Maybe the client has reached their goals and needs to create new ones, or maybe they’ve lost touch with their original goals. By staying on top of goals and keeping them a part of the conversation, you can ensure your client’s motivation stays revved up.
  1. Create fitness challenges – one of the best ways to keep clients motivated is to spice things up a little. Instead of focusing solely on their own personal endeavours, make them see the bigger picture by creating fitness challenges, Whether the challenges involve competition with other clients or they are designed for clients to break their own records, challenges are a great way to keep up the motivation.
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