How to be the Best Trainer [3 ways]

Everyone I have come into contact with in my boot camps wants to know where I find my instructors and how do they know what to do to make the results come so quickly.

The truth is that anyone can be a trainer. You probably know of a few people that shouldn’t be trainers…

The point is that there are certain qualities that make a trainer stand out and look phenomenal when compared to others around them.

I have narrowed it down to three things:

1. Their ability to create positive energy

This is one of the most crucial factors in being the best trainer. You should be able to walk into a room filled with “Debbie Downers” and turn it into a party.

Everyone always wants to hang out with people who are seeping with positive energy and happiness, so why wouldn’t they want to train with them?

Do you make your client’s bad day into a good one in less than 5 minutes into your sessions?

The best trainer never has bad days because that isn’t an option. Not for them and definitely not for their clients.

You need to be a positive energy factory when you are in the gym or in boot camp. If you don’t feel like a rock star at all times then how are your clients going to feel that way?

2. Their Personality

I am going to say it how it is on this one…

Extroverts will cBoot Camp Games Fat Trainer 300x240 How to be the Best Trainer [3 ways]onquer the Personal/Group Training world. If you are an introvert, you need to convince yourself to be and extrovert.

If you don’t, you will be eaten alive.

You really need to have an outgoing personality and a great attitude to be the best trainer. Trainers that keep to themselves and don’t say much are usually considered to be “better than everyone else”…AKA you are a dick…

You DO NOT want people thinking this, so it is best to be outgoing and chatty with everyone in your training facility and just in general.

It helps demonstrate a high level of self-confidence and charisma, both of which are qualities desired by everyone.

3. Their willingness to learn new methods and improve

To me this one is the MOST important.

This character trait is the one that will keep the trainers from getting burned out and keep their clients coming back with smiles on their faces.

We can only do the same exercises, routines and formats for so long before people start finding other means of training.

I’m sure you think that your stuff is always new and fresh and awesome, but that doesn’t mean that is what your clients are thinking.

Do you constantly educate yourself about new methods of training and instructing?

Are you thirsty for more knowledge on a daily basis, or are you stuck in a rut of doing the same stuff all of the time and thinking the same thoughts?

You may be a very creative individual and you may have this trait down. If you aren’t or if you aren’t sure, it is okay.

I was in that same boat about two years ago.

I wanted more cutting edge information about what was working and what was not, what was new and what was old, what was hot and what is not. There was just too much information out there and I didn’t have time to filter through what was going to work for my situation and what wouldn’t.

It was downright frustrating…

Then, one day, I get an email from my good old pal Bedros telling me about this Turbulence Training Summit in San Diego. I was a little skeptic at first, but if Bedros says this summit will be filled with great info then darn it I am going to try it out. Worst comes to worse I at least got a trip to San Diego out of it icon smile How to be the Best Trainer [3 ways]

So I show up to San Diego and sit down at this summit. Before the end of the weekend I had a notebook filled with amazing training methods and business tactics. It was like Christmas in June!

I had new exercises to do with my clients, new formats, UPDATED Fat Loss studies (hard to find), new marketing strategies, etc. I was ready to go home and conquer the world.

At the end of the weekend I actually made a Leap of faith to join the TT Family. The reason why I chose this path was simple…

Every month they were going to mail me new workouts, exercises and formats, as well as new business tactics.

Oh yeah, they were going to give me an entire updated training course to further educate me as a trainer as well…no big deal icon wink How to be the Best Trainer [3 ways] ha.

When I finished learning everything to become a Certified Turbulence Trainer (CTT), I found myself walking around the gym looking at how outdated and inferior every other trainer was. It gave me that boost of new knowledge and confidence that I needed to help grow my success and help others achieve their goals faster.

This was hands down the best decision I have ever made in terms of being a trainer.

If you want to feel what I experienced, I want you to CLICK HERE. It may be the most important “click” of your training career. I know it was for me.

Not to mention you get the chance to help change over ONE MILLION LIVES in the process!

Well, I hope those three things will help you understand how you can “up your game” to the next level to help blow your competition away.

Those are the same three things I cover with every new instructor I get. If they don’t fit into those categories then it’s a no go for me…

Do you fit into all three of those trainer personality traits? Comment and post below and let me know your thoughts.

Also don’t forget to check out this SPECIAL DEAL on the TT Certification!

-Brian

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