Exactly What You Should Eat if You’re Trying to Lose Weight
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December 4, 2019

It might seem like there’s a weight-loss secret floating around out there that everybody knows but you. But in reality, about 80 percent of unlocking the weight-loss puzzle is choosing the right mix of filling and nutritious foods, says Marjorie Nolan Cohn, R.D.N., a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Start Sending Traffic To Your Site
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December 2, 2019

Once you have built your site, posted the offer and all relevant graphics, sales copy, and links on the respective pages, it’s time to get traffic to your site. After all, not much good will come of your work to post the offer and all relevant elements of it on your website if no one sees it- you need traffic, something that many new Internet marketers (and even some more seasoned ones) overlook when building their online businesses. An important credo to remember – you don’t have a business if you don’t have traffic- traffic is the lifeblood of your business.

Top 5 Mistakes Online Fitness Coaches Make
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November 25, 2019

Every business owner makes mistakes. Even the likes of Warren Buffett, Richard Marx and ElonMusk have made mistakes in their businesses. The quintessential need is not be perfect and averting every mistake but to avoid those ones that will cost your business dearly. Here are top five mistakes online business owners make.

5 Benefits to Starting an Online Coaching Business
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Team Metron
November 22, 2019

Technically, an online business is not a digital or virtual extension of an existing traditional business. An online coaching business is a digital enterprise where the primary forte of the company is in the virtual world. However, for the purpose of inclusivity, we shall include the digital or online extensions of existing traditional businesses. Here are five benefits to starting an online business.

Things You Should Know Before Starting An Online Coaching Business
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Team Metron
November 21, 2019

Starting an online coaching business can be a lot of fun. Unfortunately, if you jump right in without doing a little research first, you could find yourself becoming overwhelmed very quickly. Some people make it look easy. The truth of the matter is that the people who make it look easy are people who did a lot of research beforehand. They understood what they were assuming to such a significant degree, they were able to avoid some of the common pitfalls of starting an online coaching business.

3 Reasons Why Treating Your Business Like a Hobby With Cause It To Fail
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Team Metron
November 18, 2019

A hobby can be turned into a business but a business can never become a hobby. There are some rich and famous people who have the luxury to conduct business while indulging in leisure. For the lesser mortals, business and leisure don’t go hand in hand. Any business requires serious investments, be it material such as money and infrastructure or immaterial as time and effort. Here are some of the many reasons why you should treat your business like a business and not a hobby.

How to Validate your Niche by Researching Your Competition
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November 14, 2019

Digital enterprises or online businesses are not bound by geography or stringent local regulations. This makes it easier to start a business but it doesn’t make running the business any easier. Competition is fierce in almost every niche. Whatever your niche is, you should validate it by researching your competition. Let us explain how you should go about this and also why.

3 Ways to Get People to Buy Your Online Fitness Programs
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Team Metron
November 11, 2019

An online business, like any other business, is driven by profitability. Profits for most businesses are generated through sales. Here are three ways to get more people to buy your products.

How To Create A Successful Online Fitness Coaching Business
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Sukhjot Singh
November 6, 2019

In todays 24/7 economy it seems nearly impossible to find the time to do the things we want for ourselves or even for our businesses. You hear it too often, time is money, therefore if you aren't working, you aren't making money. This old paradigm held true perhaps 10 years ago, however things are changing and technology is allowing us to scale our efforts & time through the means of automation, programable intelligence, and scaled communication.

iOS Beta Update
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Team Metron
November 4, 2019

This update has taken us some time to get out, but we are moving away from an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) to a polished product. We are a few more updates away from a public release to the app store. Android users, we are in development and working in tandem to get your version up sooner rather than later.

THE NEXT ENHANCEMENTS, AND THE ONE THAT DELAYED BETA
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Team Metron
November 4, 2019

This is a new blog series that will showcase and highlight new features that were not available on the latest iOS release, but will be available in future iterations. Learn more about the feature that broke Metron's iOS and delayed Beta.

KNOWN BUGS AND WHY THINGS WORK THE WAY THEY DO
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Team Metron
November 4, 2019

Welcome to Metron 2.0 Beta iOS. We wanted to prepare you for the bugs you’ll inevitably encounter while testing the first iteration of beta. Although not all bugs are uncovered yet, here are a few common issues and solutions that you can try to make sure the issue you are experiencing is a known bug.

GPS - Why You Experience What You Experience
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November 1, 2019

You may have noticed that when utilizing Google Maps or any other GPS guidance system on your mobile device that your location is represented by a Circular Dot on a graph. This circular dot has a circular proximity ring which appears to be very small and a specific representation of your latitude and longitude.

CHRIS HINSHAW: HOW TO TEACH CROSSFIT MENTAL TOUGHNESS
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April 12, 2016

Have you ever heard the idea that if you are the smartest, fittest or strongest person in the room, then you need to find a bigger room? If you want to explode your Crossfit endurance and mental toughness, then you need to find the room that Chris Hinshaw is coaching in [...]

MEASURING OBSTACLES
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October 17, 2016

I met Steph (Not Stephanie) earlier this year during an Adaptive Athlete “Wheelchair Gang” Seminar at MBFit in San Jose, California. I learned that Steph was born with a mild case of cerebral palsy (CP). CP is a result of the loss of oxygen to the brain causing it to affect motor skills. For Steph, certain messages sent from the brain to the rest of the body don’t connect as quickly [...]

CLB: GETTING IT DONE
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April 12, 2016

Any coach can write a crushing interval workout. In fact these are the easiest workouts to write because they require zero creativity. I openly challenge all my athletes to ask, “Why is this workout, when considering all potential workout options, the highest and best use of my time?”[...]

BENCH BASICS: 5 POINTS OF CONTACT
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April 12, 2016

The measure of the common man hinges on his ability to bench press. It’s an objective pecking order, which directly correlates to ones self-worth, income, social status and overall manliness. Ergo the more you can bench, the easier your life will be [...]