Should You Suggest Supplements for Better Client Results?

What if every workout you created for yourself or clients got even better results? 

Should Trainers Suggest Supplements? 

What’s your stance on that? I believe that in 2023, it’s still and has always will be food first. Yet, I find it almost impossible for even me who I’d say is incredibly conscious of what I will and refuse to put in my mouth to eat enough and enough diversity on a consistent basis, or to eat all that I would need to in order to make the nutritional needs I have. 

It’s going to take more to compensate for depleted and overworked soil, sabotaged by pesticides and fertilizer. 

And as new discoveries are made, about molecules we didn’t know could support human health, do you ignore them or are you curious about how they can help you and your clients? 

Brought to you by the Flipping50® Menopause FItness Specialist 

Menopause Specialist

My Guest on Supplements: 

Jennifer Scheinman, MS, RDN, LDN, completed her dietetic internship at New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center and went on to complete her master’s degree in Integrative and Functional Nutrition at Saybrook University. Over the past 20 years she has worked at some of the country’s leading institutions for health and wellness, including Hospital for Special Surgery and Optum, where she led the creation of nutrition and health education programs that positively impacted thousands of people’s lives. Jen is currently the Senior Manager of Nutrition Affairs at Timeline Nutrition, educating healthcare practitioners and consumers on the latest scientific breakthroughs in healthy aging.

Questions We Answer about Supplements in this Short Episode:

  1. Why would trainers want to bring up supplements to support mitochondria production? Including Urolithin A/Mitopure

  2. Support with Exercise Intolerance and menopausal symptoms 

  3. Has there been testing on athletes? And on bedridden subjects alike? (asked on Flippingfifty.com/healthy-aging) 

Try the Supplement For Yourself:

https://www.flippingfifty.com/mitopure 

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on Social:

Instagram: https://instagram.com/timelinenutrition

Other Episodes You May Like: 

With Jenn Scheinman on Mitopure: https://www.flippingfifty.com/healthy-aging

Resources: 

https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/scorecard 

https://www.fitnessmarketingmastery.com/copywriting-course

This is about doing more of what you love.

To make these steps really valuable, start a spreadsheet.  

Before you start reaching out to people, create a one-sheet for the topic you’re pitching. Include the science, statistics, a quote, and bullet points for your hosts. Your name and title and contact information should appear at the top.

First know what you can talk about.

To make these steps really valuable, start a spreadsheet.  

Before you start reaching out to people, create a one-sheet for the topic you’re pitching. Include the science, statistics, a quote, and bullet points for your hosts. Your name and title and contact information should appear at the top.

First know what you can talk about. 

Answer some questions about topics you want to talk about:

  • How is it tied to this season?
  • How is it tied to something in the news?
  • How is it tied to recent science?
  • How does it directly benefit the audience you want to speak in front of?
  • How does it make the host of the show or meeting look good? (do ratings go up? Does the boss love it when employees or sales reps have a good meeting experience or end up more productive and more satisfied with their job?)  

Think specific to your audience. Businesses need to hear about outcomes that businesses measure.

Ideas for How To Get Booked For More Interviews

  1. Call every friend you have. 
  2. Ask her/him for every group they’re in. 
  3. Ask for the meeting planner’s name and contact information (hint: it’s often the vice president that does the program planning).
  4. Ask for an introduction via email or coffee.
  5. Call the local radio and news stations. Ask for the producer. Which producer? The one that books guests.
  6. Start contacting people and recording the dates and details.
  7. Do you need to follow up?

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