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Should Personal Trainers Give Nutrition Advice?

It’s no secret that in the fitness industry, it’s “frowned upon” for personal trainers to give nutrition advice to their clients.

I discuss this in my book, but really, ethics of giving diet advice certainly does depend on your level of training and certifications.

So…let’s just say you don’t want to talk much about diet/supplements with your clients.

I say, outsource it. Here’s how:

I’ll pay you 50% commission to you, for life, to any clients that you send to the BenGreenfieldFitness Inner Circle for diet assistance.

It costs your clients ten bucks (yes – just 10 dollars) and inside they get 24-7 Q&A access to me, pre-written diet plans, recipes, food prep videos and much more.

So if you just simply don’t want to do nutrition coaching orĀ  write diet plans, this is a very good option for you.

Here’s how:

1) Go to http://www.clickbank.com

2) Join Clickbank for free and create your ID

3) Copy and paste your ID where it says “CLICKBANKID” below

http://www.bengreenfieldfitness.com/go.php?offer=CLICKBANKID&pid=20

It’s that simple.

When your clients ask you about nutrition, just tell them you got a perfect ten-dollar-a-month solution for them, then give them the link above. And I then I pay you every month because you referred your fitness client into my nutrition program.

And then you don’t really even need to worry about whether personal trainers should give nutrition advice.

Questions? Just leave them below. I’m happy to help.

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