blackcomaro wrote: »
Btw... what are you doing friday?..... lol
sijomial wrote: »
You can't and won't appeal to all potential clients.
Some clients will like your look and if it matches their personal ambitions that may be a factor they take into account and for some it won't be a factor and they will choose based on other criteria (qualifications, experience, personality etc.)
At my last gym the best PT (IMHO) had a pretty unimpressive physique but really knew his stuff and was a good coach too. He tended to attract more of the "toning" crowd and not those with high physique or strength goals.
There's a couple of really big/muscular PTs at my current gym, their clientele tends to have a specific demographic looking for size and aesthetics.
A powerlifting PT gets more people who are purely strength focussed.
There's also an couple of older PTs (almost as old as me!) who have a very different clientele base.
"People like me" is a very powerful thing, consciously and unconsciously. Think you are sensible to consider the marketing side of the pictures you advertise yourself with. Just a thought - perhaps wearing a T shirt rather than a vest may broaden your appeal to potential clients?
BTW - I think you look great, lean and fit.
MiloBloom83 wrote: »
You look fit, and that is important to me in a PT. As far as bulky? I'd say you haven't even begun to bulk. @JoRocka can show you a thing or two about bulking*swoon*
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