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If Carlsberg made clients

Considering how many overweight clients I have had, I’d say Carlsberg probably did make clients! But that’s not what I want to talk about. Today I’m talking about what it is that makes a good client (in my opinion). It’s nothing superficial. I’m not talking about how amazing it would be to train celebrities, or millionaire businessmen/women (although, I certainly wouldn’t turn down the opportunity).

What makes a Carlsberg standard client?

It’s about what the client is made of. Do they have a clear goal? Are they motivated? Have they got the right mindset? These factors are the most important ones around. I have had hundreds of clients in my career. Some have been terrible (pay for 12 sessions, and then never turned up for 1), most have been fantastic, and some have been perfect.

  1. They’ve had a goal
  2. They’ve been motivated
  3. They’ve listened to what I told them
  4. And let me know if they disagreed

Most importantly they’ve done the work. These are the guys who I put up on my website. Because I’m proud of their results, and because I’m proud to call them clients. If you feel that you could be the right client for me. And you want a six pack (abs not beer). Then sign up for a free strategy call today

And we’ll see if you’re a good fit


P.S. As much as I tolerate Carlsberg as a lager (it’ll do if you have nothing else available) it would be remiss of me not to mention the incredible beers mentioned in my FREE facebook group “Beer ‘n’ Biceps” which you can apply to join by clicking this link —->

P.P.S Don’t forget to check out my article “What happened to Colin” to see the transformation my client went through over a year training with me! The amount of weight he lost was unreal.

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About the Author Matt Smith

Matt Smith is the owner of Beer N Biceps. He has a degree in Sports Science, 10 years of experience working in the fitness industry, and has written for hundreds of fitness websites. He is a lover of good quality beer and believes that drinking in moderation can form part of a healthy lifestyle.

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