We do love a fancy word or two in fitness, don’t we.
Metabolic Conditioning, sexy.
Anaerobic Lactate Intervals, nice.
Max effort ramping to ratchet loading, tasty.
Super-mega-ultra-saiyan-sets, sign me up!
It seems the more frivolous the word of title, the more people are drawn to it.
Such simple creatures we are.
I get it you know, like the humble magpie we like shiny things that catch our eye and for all intents and purposes there is very little wrong with being dawn in by fads.
Well, apart from the potential impact on your wallet.
Looking for the next best thing, the next suck fix and miracle that will solve all your problems (for about 6 weeks) is just how it goes.
Promise someone the world in 12 weeks or less and you’ll have them hooked.
Try to compel them to accept responsibility for a lifestyle change that will have them retaining the results they achieve for more than 2 weeks and you’ll see them scarper faster than Scooby & Shaggy when they found a monster.
Perform kettlebell swings for 30 seconds on, 30 seconds off, 10min total.
^^ Pretty effective, in the rest do some active recovery in the form of a mobility movement.
Here is how it can be named.
Option 1 – 30/30 kettebell swing intervals for improving body composition
Option 2 – Kettlebell Metabolic Accelerator for Fat-Loss
If I was to post an add with a video which title would grab people attention.
Yep, it’s obvious, essentially they both say the same thing, just in different ways.
Alphabet gymnastics truly are the mark of a good salesman.
Give some thought to the above.
If you’re in the fitness industry and struggle to attract people it could be because you’re boring in their eyes.
Or at least not speaking the language that resonates with your potential clients in the demographic you have.
If you’re not sure what words they want to hear, go ask them.
Have some conversations and listen to what people are saying, instead of trying to tell them what you want them to hear int hew you want to say it.
You’d be surprised how often if you ask people what they want they will tell you.
Well, in so many words you might say.