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Men’s Health Fitness: Losing an Instructor? 8 Ways to Make the Transition Easier on Clients

Men’s Health Fitness: Losing an Instructor? 8 Ways to Make the Transition Easier on Clients

Men’s Health Fitness Magazine asked the fitness council what to do when Losing an Instructor? We provided 8 Ways to Make the Transition Easier on Clients.

Here is my contribution:

7. Develop Relationships Ahead of Time

Know your clients and groups. The members at my gym all know me, and they know some of the other instructors. You should have these relationships in place before someone leaves. This reduces the shock factor since members will already know who you are. If there’s an established relationship, they will be more likely to stick around. – Angel Rodriguez, NextBestDay

For the full article and more from the Men’s Health Fitness Council, click here!

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