Over the last 15 years I have met many wonderful friends in the world of fitness. I also follow a lot of very talented professionals on social media – I love to keep in touch with new trends, fun recipes, workout ideas – and I like to be able to recommend my clients to local, like-minded experts.
These days there are many personal trainers, coaches, fitness professionals and massage therapists who are publicising their treatment of “celebrity clients”. This got me thinking. Does the fact that someone treats a celebrity make them better at their job than others? Surely some of the celebrities would rather not be used as “marketing” for their trainers? Who knows.
It matters to me that my clients receive a high level of expertise, reliability and experience from us, and from others who can impact their health and wellbeing.
If I was seeking to make a booking with someone, I would probably consider the following:
- Do they work with people who have the same needs/sporting activities as me?
- Are they qualified and experienced?
- Are they local to my area with good availability?
I like to think that every client we see (and yes, there have been World Champions, Olympic athletes, professional singers, actors, celebrities) is treated the same. Everyone is a V.I.P 🙂