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    As a up & coming PT, within the industry I was hoping to get some insight into what specialized areas can help you stand out and succeed within a busy industry?

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    I train personal trainers. One thing I'd say is don't try to be everything to everybody. Instead, specialize in the areas of fitness you are most interested in. is it hockey conditioning or weight loss after pregnancy, etc. whatever it is, learn as much about those areas as you can. Eventually you will be seen as the expert in those areas. Also, remember that the beginners who are usually women over age 40 are who your clients are most likely to be. if your areas of expertise are in line with what that population is looking for, then you will be ok.
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    Originally Posted by JoeCannonMSCSCS View Post
    I train personal trainers. One thing I'd say is don't try to be everything to everybody. Instead, specialize in the areas of fitness you are most interested in. is it hockey conditioning or weight loss after pregnancy, etc. whatever it is, learn as much about those areas as you can. Eventually you will be seen as the expert in those areas. Also, remember that the beginners who are usually women over age 40 are who your clients are most likely to be. if your areas of expertise are in line with what that population is looking for, then you will be ok.
    I hope some of this helps
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    Thank you Joe really appreciate the advice
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