Best of Madison 2018

I am happy to announce that I’ve been selected as one of the top six personal trainers in Madison. Voting begins today and lasts for 30 days (September 18 through October 15). You can vote for me at Channel3000/Madison Magazine.

My case for top trainer in Madison

Three years ago I started my second career as a personal trainer and I couldn’t be happier. To use my college degree, to use my passion for people and their health, to get paid to do something I love is truly a blessing. Being a successful personal trainer often involves running your own business, even if you’re working at a health club like I am. This is certainly a challenge but it’s also an opportunity to push yourself to stay ahead of the competition.

Staying at the top of my game has forced me to create a few pillars for my business. In January I started a weekly newsletter, From the Training Desk of Hans Schiefelbein. The idea was simple: I read numerous articles every week to stay current. I’m a teacher at heart and so this was an excellent opportunity to share what I’m already reading with my readers (many of them who are also clients). I’m reading the articles for the benefit of my clients, so I might as well take them right to the source and maybe even ignite a fire for them to read more about health and wellness, too! Around the same time I started a series on Medium called Tech Trainer. This publication focuses on sharing what I’ve learned as a tech-savvy personal trainer. I believe being moderate- to high tech is very important in this industry and I use Medium to equip other trainers to leverage these tools to build their business and save time researching best practices (and best apps) on iOS.

Training is not all about what happens in the gym, at least not for this trainer. Later I’ll share some of my training philosophy and testimonials that get to the heart of me as a trainer.

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