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Lifting the Bar

The 5 P's of Becoming a Highly Successful Personal Trainer
  • ISBN-13: 9780994346704
  • Author: Hill, Tristan
  • Price: AUD $24.95
  • Stock: 453 in stock
  • Availability: Order will be despatched as soon as possible.
  • Local release date: 14/07/2016
  • Format: Paperback (210.00mm X 148.00mm) 204 pages Weight: 260g
  • Categories: Fitness & diet [VFM]Advice on careers & achieving success [VSC]

Want more leads, along with a great retention and conversion rate? Would you like more industry security as a self employed personal trainer? Well, this book will help you achieve all that along with some extraordinary results for your clients! Tristan shares his passion and all the trips and traps he has seen personal trainers fall into over a career that spans 16 years as a personal trainer, manager, mentor, presenter and lecturer. From business skills right through to perfect programming practices, this book covers the 5 P’s of highly successful personal trainers, which are:

  • Profit
  • Pre-screening
  • Prehabilitation
  • Performance
  • Programming

​This book will put you on a winning path by giving you an easy to follow framework, so you gain the clarity and direction needed in order to succeed in an industry that is one of the most competitive yet rewarding to be involved in.
Buy this book today to gain the valuable insight required to achieve astonishing results with your clients.

Tristan Hill was born in New Zealand and immigrated to Australia when he was 22 years old. In 2012, he completed a Masters in Sports Coaching from the University of Queensland. This qualification complements over 15 years’ experience he has in both the sports and fitness industries as a personal trainer, personal trainer manager, lecturer and presenter. Tristan’s interest in personal training and the fitness industry first developed result of his involvement in athletics, particularly his success at national level as a junior decathlete. He then moved onto rugby union and played at national level for many years, finishing up his rugby career by playing professionally in Europe. In 2010, Tristan tried his hand at powerlifting and again achieved success at national level by placing second in his weight division. These days, Tristan is trying to find time in his busy schedule, while running his successful personal training business and spending time with his young family, to actively return to his true passion and get involved in athletics again.

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