It is never an ideal strategy to be annoying to your customers or visitors. However, when creating a fitness blog, you shouldn’t be bothered about annoying your readers with a lot of content. Every reader has a different mentality. Some people will just continue reading, whereas will just stop after reading the first or the second blog. Therefore, you need to do customer segmentation and make sure all of them are happy. And to make them happy, you have to be annoying. Image taken from Strikingly User’s Website Do you think that the highly established fitness platforms only generate views because of their popular content? They don’t, but they generate content daily, and they don’t care about how the people react to them publishing content frequently.
Speaking of publishing content daily, make sure you are ahead of schedule and creating great website content on health and fitness. There can be commitments in your life which hampers your schedule and stop you from publishing daily content. Therefore, you must have the content saved in the form of a draft so you only need to publish it. When you are doing fitness blogging, every single day counts. Image taken from Strikingly User’s Website Just one day without a single blog post, and your readers will start believing that you are losing motivation to post your blogs. Or, if the readers find your content to be vague or sloppy, you will eventually destroy your reputation of being a top-quality blogger. If you are going on a vacation, make sure that you have a partner that takes care of the content management. You cannot extinguish your platform completely when you are on leave.
You can add questions to your blog. For example, if you create a fitness blog about your dietary plans, you can keep your audience engaged by asking specific questions. The questions can be such as “Do you have proteins as part of your diet?”. However, you should not add a lot of questions to your blog. That will only make your audience lose interest in your blog. Nowadays, people spend most of their time on mobile phones. Therefore, you need to make sure that your platform is user-friendly on mobiles the same way it is in the desktop version. Your blogs must look good on the smaller screen the same way it looks good on the bigger screen. You can’t just be one-dimensional with your blogs. As an alternative, you can also create a mobile website for your blogs. Strikingly takes away the responsibility off your shoulders to integrate additional code to make your platform mobile responsive. You can look into the well-designed website templates that can suit well your mobile devices and provide a good customer experience.
The best thing when you start a fitness blog is how you respond to your audience. Even though it is always good to read positive comments about yourself, the negative comments also keep you motivated and inspired. You need to take everything on the chin that you receive in your comment section. When you enable commenting for a simple blog, you will receive both positive and negative comments. You must respond to the negative comments in a certain way. For example, if someone in the audience claims that he/she tried to adopt your recommended fitness tip but ended up hurting his/her back. You must reply to him/her by saying, “Hey! Can you elaborate on your scenario?”. It is a simple response that doesn’t involve a great deal of discussion.
I've been going to a new gym for about three months. I'm pretty busy so need to be in-and-out in 90 minutes - I can't afford to spend 15 minutes fucking around on my phone waiting for a squat rack. As a result I've tried to go off-peak times but it has involved a lot of trial/errorAnyway, although I knew of Google's "peak times," I've only just made the connection to use it to plan gym visits. Some insights from my gym:* The 5-8pm rush is really a 3-8pm rush, presumably due to school/uni students.* 5am is always quiet. 6am is also pretty quiet except Thursdays.* Friday is quieter in general.Of course, this method includes people on the bikes as much as it does people in the squat rack - so it's not perfect. Still, pro tip for anyone else as daft as me.
Blackstrap Molasses is an excellent source of Potassium and Iron. The best part? It makes your protein shake taste like you understand what it feels like when doves cry. My personal recipe:2 scoops chocolate flavoured whey 1.5cups almond milk1/2cup cottage cheese (2%)1 tbsp almond/cashew butter1 tbsp Blackstrap MolassesBlend.
Not sure others have this problem, but I often notice moisture sneak into my creatine and whey protein; leaving little clumps, and even sometimes what I worry is mold.Came up with this little trick that works really well. Pour the tea out of a tea bag and fill it with dry rice. Then, throw the satchel in your canister. The rice will absorb any water that sneaks it's way into your powder.
Weighing yourself every day can be problematic because you can fluctuate +- 2-4 pounds from day to day.Water, food, excrement, it can all add up to a significant difference in weight from day to day.Here's what I do...Create a new spreadsheet on docs.google.com .Then every morning for one week weigh yourself three times in the morning. If the readings are different each time, average them together.Now, on the seventh day, create another cell and set the value to:=average(A1:A7)This will use the average weight over the last seven days.http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=0AkBAy3nnEh65dGxfQ3hBUE1yZDg2ck15OTdId1YwcWc&hl=en&output=htmlHere's an example.It isn't perfect. The trade off is that your estimated weight is a little heavier than your current accurate weight but the value is much more stable.
Found this post with some videos explaining how to get rid of that smell if you leave your shaker out etc.I heard also if you live your shaker in the freezer it kills the smell too. Either way, since I'm in college I need more chicken than buying new shaker cups so this is a life saver lol.How To Save Your Shaker From The Smell Of Death