#TrainerTip – Don’t assume every new client you meet has weight loss goals. Really it’s best not to assume anything about your new clients. Talk with them, ask them questions, learn what they’re here for, and challenge yourself to stay out of the habit of making quick judgements.
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-Amanda Schlitzer Tierney, Amanda Tierney, MS, CSCS, CEDS-S. Director of Clinical Operations & Athletic Services firstname.lastname@example.org @rockthebalance
-Hannah Frazee, BS, ACSM-EP-C. Exercise Physiologist www.nourished-movement.com
-Taylor Larson, RD, CSSD, LD, CEDRD. Sports Dietitian at the Victory Program and Strong Roots Nutrition @strongrootsnutrition
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