|Provider:||ACE - American Council On Exercise|
|CEC Credits:||ACE 0.1 CECs , ACSM - American College Of Sports Medicine 1.0 CECs|
Use Friendly Competition to Connect with Clients
How do you creatively engage with clients outside of sessions? Online fitness challenges are a unique communication tool to stay connected, but they require a thoughtful approach to be fun and effective.
In this course from Jacque Crockford, MS, CSCS, ACE Certified Personal Trainer and ACE Exercise Physiology Content Manager, you’ll learn how to create online fitness challenges that cater to your clientele, fit their unique needs and goals, and keep them motivated until the very end! Not only will these challenges strengthen your connection with current clients, but they’ll bolster your online presence and create opportunities to attract new business.
Upon completion, you will be able to:
- Understand your client base and what kind of fitness challenge will suit them best
- Understand how to include effective incentives that resonate with your audience
- Apply effective online strategies to enhance engagement and promote your business
There was some very good information in here but the presentation drug on a little too long for me.
Great content, but definitely pulled from a larger class or online video event. Some of the stuff that was referred to in things spoken about previously didnt make sense since this is the course I purchased at the moment. The courses shouldn't be snippets of an overall video covering more than just what I signed up for leaving me guessing as to what was discussed previously.
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