I’ve hired VA’s in my pre/postnatal fitness and marketing business for years and years.
Travel is one of my passions, and I take 10-12 weeks off per year to go on holiday and have some down time.
If you’re NOT practising a lot of self-care in your life right now, it’s only going to be a matter of time before something cracks.
You’ve got to get that work/life balance on – fact.
You became self-employed for a reason, remember?
But, even control freaks hire support staff, and things work out fine, so if you’re thinking: “No one could ever do that task the way I do.” – you’re wrong!
Do you want to know at what stage in my business I hired my first VA?
Want to know what sort of tasks my VA does for me?
Ever wondered how much I pay my VA per hour?
Intrigued to know why I’m actually on my fourth VA now?
Well, I’ve recorded a little video for you which answers all of those questions.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Pop your name and email in the box below
- Check your inbox for an email marked “Response Required”
- Follow the link in the email
- Watch the video
- Then, answer the questions in the video to know if NOW is the right time to hire your first VA!
If you’re a Fitness Instructor, Pilates Teacher or Personal Trainer who has often toyed with the idea of working with postnatal clients, I’m here to help!
Working with new mums and running outdoor buggy workouts, whatever the weather is a great way of filling up your daytime slots where other classes have failed.
Have a watch of my vlog below where I list not just one reason, but 4 reasons why you should be working with postnatal women.
One of the most commonly asked questions I field from Fitness Instructors, Pilates Teachers and Personal Trainers is:
“Claire, I’ve just found out I’m pregnant. It’s early days, but I just wanted to check with you – what do I need to stop doing to keep things safe for me whilst I continue to teach?”
So, to help any FitPros out there who are a) either in the early stages of pregnancy or b) trying to conceive, let me shed some light on the situation for you.
When it comes time for new mums to return exercise, it can be a tad on the uncomfortable side if they’re breastfeeding.
I’ve worked with over 1,000 new mums and I’m here to share my top tips for making exercise whilst breastfeeding more comfortable.
Grab a pen and paper to jot some notes down and feel free to list them in your weekly newsletter, on Twitter or on your Facebook Page.
Generally speaking, after the 12th week of pregnancy, it’s suggested that, as Fitness Instructors, we DON’T lie our pregnant clients on their back to do exercise.
There are several reasons why it’s unsafe to lie mums-to-be supine when they’re doing exercise and if you’d like to know more than just the medical reasons, I’ll help you understand a little more.
I’ve worked with over 1,000 pre/postnatal women and I’m more than happy to share my experiences on this topic.
So, without further ado, take a watch of this video, make some notes, and turn the information into a blog post or weekly newsletter article for your own pregnant clients.
Setting up an outdoor buggy class for new mums is a brilliant way of training, for them, for their babies and for you too.
But, beware! There are certain qualifications and insurance boundaries you need to adhere to when running outdoor exercise classes for new mums.