SHIP BOTTOM, N.J., June 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- American Fitness Professionals & Associates (AFPA), the industry
Many professional nutrition consultants blend financial success with a sense of meaning and purpose. The opportunity to help people overhaul their eating habits and lead healthier lives is important for nutrition consultants, who also can realize the potential of achieving a better work/life balance. However, these professionals must have clients in order to reach their goals; finding and keeping those clients is perhaps the biggest challenge nutrition consultants face. AFPA's new e-book offers strategies to attract, convert, and maintain a strong client base.
Among the guide's features:
"Nutrition consultants have a tremendous opportunity now and into the future to help people adopt a healthier lifestyle and a better quality of life," says Amy Occhipinti, M.S., AFPA's Director of Operations. "Naturally, clients are the lifeblood of a successful nutrition consulting business. Our e-book offers advice for properly researching a client base, using social media as a sales tool, and cultivating a robust client list."
To learn more about this e-book or AFPA's programs and services, visit https://www.afpafitness.com.
About AFPAAmerican Fitness Professionals & Associates was founded in October 1994 to create and foster an educational environment conducive to the fitness enthusiast and professional. AFPA's goals are to provide fitness, health, wellness, and nutrition distance education programs and certifications; to create and enhance opportunities for professional development; and to maintain the highest level of standards and guidelines for the fitness industry. AFPA has developed and maintained high-quality certification programs and continuing education in a wide variety of disciplines including nutrition, wellness, personal training, strength and conditioning, functional and integrated training, yoga, Pilates, and pregnancy, senior, and youth fitness. For more information, visit https://www.afpafitness.com.
Contact: Amy Occhipinti[email protected]
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