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Often times personal trainers are asked to write bios for gym pamphlets, websites, newsletters or magazines and you need to ensure your personal trainer bio is top-notch. In this presentation courtesy of MoneyPT.com you will learn how to write the perfect personal trainer bio.
Be sure to check out the how to guide here: http://moneypt.com/personal-trainer-bio-examples/
How To Write The Perfect
Personal Trainer Bio
Learn How To Write The Perfect
Personal Trainer Bio
It is common for personal trainers to have to
write bios for a pamphlet their gym is going to
be mailing out or for websites, newsletters,
magazines etc. Not many people actually know
what makes a good bio though and in this
presentation I plan to teach you how to write
the perfect personal trainer bio.
Step 1) – Get Clear
Before you even start writing your personal
trainer bio you will want to have a clear
audience in mind. You aren’t going to want to
include a lot of technical jargon if you are
targeting the average person. Define who your
target audience is that will be reading the bio as
this will help you determine what kind of
language to use.
Step 2) – Inverted Pyramid
In journalism often times the inverted pyramid is referred to. In essence this
is simply a concept in which you assume that with each word less and less
people are going to continue reading. As such you will want to get across
your most important information first and then go into less important details.
This is how I recommended you lay out your personal trainer bio:
•Something Unique About You
Keep in mind that this is the condensed version. To read the more in-depth
how to guide click here.
Step 3) – The Shorter The Better
A bio is meant to be short and condensed. Don’t
turn your bio into a biography. You will want to
keep your bio under a paragraph in length
(preferably under 100 words). Remember that
the most important people who appear on TV or
in articles often times have the shortest and
most powerful bios (usually a few words or a
couple of sentences).
Step 4) – Don’t Be A Jack
Don’t make yourself look like a Jack of all trades.
This actually makes you look like you suck at
everything; you will come across as unfocussed
and inexperienced. Instead you will want to
choose 2-3 traits or trades max to include in
your bio (the most relevant ones to your target
Step 5) – Revise And Repeat
The best bios are ones that have been revised
time after time again. Once you are 100% happy
with your bio send it to close family and friends
and have them give you feedback.
Your bio is only complete when everyone agrees
it is great!
Step 6) – Earn 6 Figures
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$10,000/month while doing things you love like working out
let me show you how.
Stop trading time for money like everyone else in the world.
Utilize your entrepreneurship skills you have acquired through
personal training and let me show you how to build a 6-figure
internet business by blogging in your underwear.
Your money personal trainer,