Chad was recently interviewed about his story – the journey he has traversed to become a premiere Hollywood celebrity trainer. Check it out here!
“I have dozens of exercises that I toss in and out of it to keep her from getting bored, and work things in different planes of motion,” says Landers. “Sarah is very dedicated. She really enjoys working out and pushing herself.” – Chad Landers
Chad’s expertise was recently featured on a People.com interview!
Click the link to read more!
Jessi Kneeland has nailed it with this one! Check out her article, “The Tiny Tweak That Makes Fitness Fun, Effective, and Easy to Stick With Forever.”
Some of the highlights include:
- Internal Motivation vs. External Goals
- The “About-to-Die” Factor
- There’s No Such Thing as “Right”
- Bonus: Meet Your Goals and Maintain Your Gains
- Practice Makes … Even Better Practice
“ The future of the fitness industry should be anti-fast results and anti-instant gratification.”
It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for me personally, and for the growth of PUSH Private Fitness!!
First and foremost, I need to thank my friend and client Drew Lucas and his crew at Radar Creative for doing such an outstanding job both on the design of the new website, as well as getting it done under a time crunch! If you need help with your website, please give Radar a look!
Secondly, it would have been impossible to have the high quality video content of our site without the hard work, creativity, and enthusiasm of my friend (and yes, another client) Eddie Matos. In addition to being a fine actor, Eddie’s talents as a director, camera man and editor are unrivaled. Thank you Eddie!
A final thanks goes to several people who’ve played an integral part in my development as a trainer, writer, and person.
1. Martin Rooney
Martin has been a friend and mentor to me for the last few years. Martin lives life with PASSION. If you can’t become motivated by him, I doubt anyone can motivate you. Thank you Martin for always leading by example and for showing me to follow my compass. (Check out Martin at Training For Warriors dot com.)
2. Jon Goodman
Jon is almost single-handedly responsible for my writing efforts. He coerced, cajoled, and downright demanded that I write my first article on his website The PTDC dot com. He continues to be a bug in my ear urging me to write more and share my experiences with others. Thanks for the PUSH, Jon!
3. Louise & Jim McKenzie
Louise and Jim are responsible for the “Ask Chad” posts that appear on my blog. All those posts originally appeared as a monthly column in their digital magazine Every Little Thing: Birth & Beyond. A tireless couple who are passionate about both fitness, and children, they are a growing force in the industry and I look forward to future collaborations with them!
A final thanks goes out to all of you reading this post. The blog and website would be nothing without visitors! Thank you for your support!