I, Annie Miller, bring you a no B.S. approach on how to navigate + thrive in the world that is online health and fitness. Between myself and fellow experts, you’ll learn through the lens of the trainee, the strength coach and the entrepreneur.
I want to start off by saying that this was a suggested it podcast topic. And at first I rolled my eyes at it. Because I no longer have these or have to deal with them. But then thought back to the time in my business when I did have to deal with this type of client.
How to be good at programming part 2. I for one understand how hard and overwhelming it can be write programs. So, for those of you who feel like you don’t know where to start or you can’t comprehend how easy it is for other trainers, remember that we all likely felt that same way.
We all had a “first” program. We all felt like there were 3 million exercises and 200,000 rep schemes and somehow we were supposed to know which five of the 3 million exercises would work and what rep schemes would get us where we wanted.
How to be good at programming Part 1. I cannot tell you how many times I’ve received DMs on Instagram from coaches asking how to get good at programming or what my favorite go to books are for writing programs. It’s funny because there isn’
I inspire women to learn as they train + become fitsPRO's without asking them to figure it all out for themselves.
I'm an adventurous introvert from Vancouver, Washington who lives on sleep + a solid latte. I'm a lover of lifting weights, dinosaurs, real talk and traveling with my husband. I am here to help you grow your mind body and business. And I hope you learn to love the process of it all.