Thursday, January 7, 2010

Range of Morion DVD and Workshop for Personal Trainers and Corrective Exercise Specialists

I know that things have been quiet from me but
I have been waiting for the technology in HFPN to catch up to it's
original plan.

I have waited all I can wait and I can wait no more!!!

I have am putting some stuff together and know you will love it. You
will have the nitty gritty details in the next couple of weeks. For
now here is the big picture.

I am running a workshop on February 20th here in Natick, MA with a
colleague of mine who is an amazing physical therapist, Todd Forman.
We will be bridging the gaps between a squat assessment, multiplanar
transitional assessments and goniometry. YES!

We will be covering all of this, with goniometry in a 1 day workshop.

It will be game changing and the A-Team will have first crack at it.

I have also worked out a deal with Todd to get my A-Teamers that are
in my HFPN group a copy of the DVD "Goniometry for Personal Trainers"
that we shot last month DIRT CHEAP.

So Happy New Year and keep an eye out for the links to the
Goniometry/Range of Motion DVD and the Range of Motion Workshop on

Eric Beard
"The average person spends most of their life going to work. Do
something that you love and you will spend your days going to life
while others waste their lives at work."
Eric Beard

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

PRO is live!


Go to, fill out registration, at step 4 enter 12745 for sponsor HFPN ID A-team is live!!!


PRO Almost Live!!!

We are getting closer! I have been in close contact with Ben Tucker,
President of NASM PRO and Wendy Batts, Head Trainer for NASM PRO
and we are all getting excited for the launch!

There has been a slight adjustment to the platform name site address big deal. I will give you the site address as soon as it is live.

NASM has spent years refining this platform and the final product
will surpass any of our expectations.

Make sure you follow the link that I give you and
enter the CODE I give you! I will send this out as soon as it is
tested and ready for you to use.

This is a one shot deal and you will miss out on
all of the amazing benefits from our community including but
not limited to; Insider Webinars, early access to presentations and
interviews that NO ONE else in the world will have until AFTER YOU,
business building, coaching on marketing and Internet Marketing
and much much more!!!

Keep an eye on your email. There is a chance that my group will get

Can't wait! Keep changing lives!

Eric Beard
CEO A-Team

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

A-Team Still Here! Ignore Howling Mad Murdock! He Just Needs Some Corrective Exercise.

Hi A-Teamers,

NASM and NASMPRO getting close to launching and we can make the transition the A-Team to that site, it has not slowed us down by any means however. I wanted to let you know that I finished and (finally!!!!!) launched my 6 disc DVD series The Secrets ad Staples of Training The Athletic Shoulder. It came you great!

If you want a free video that touches on the importance of technique and corrective exercise for the rotator cuff then go to and the video there will show you how to improve activation of the rotator cuff by up to 30%!

You can check out the DVDs from there...Let me know what you think!

Make a difference today!

Eric Beard
CEO A-Team

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Almost There!!!!!!!

Hey A-Teamers!!!

We are SOOOOOOOOOOOOO close to going live! I am 90% sure that I give you the launch date this weekend. Keep an eye on your in box and dour Facebook page and I will let you know!

Eric Beard
CEO A-Team

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

NASM PRO A-Team Coaching: Social Media and Social Networking with Web 2.0

Hello A-Teamers,

As we anticipate the launch of the new NASM PRO, it's time to start some of our training.

You can visit and follow me, or just take a look how I have set things up at; (may change to (have but do not use yet theericbeard)
or my You Tube channel

This is a lot of stuff if you are new to social media and I don't want to overwhelm anyone, so let's just start in one place...we could talk for hours about Facebook, but let's just dip our toe into the water and if you are already there splash around a bit

..after all social networking is about fun...helping others and promoting yourselves. By the way, "Web 2.0" is just a term for the kinder easier to use Internet these days that requires minimal technical prowess to be able to use.

So...go to and click the green button that says "sign up". You need a name and an email, and if you are reading this you probably have both:).

From there;

1) upload a picture of yourself, that you like, that people can recognize you by. If can be fun, playful or more professional. I chose my picture because I am laughing/smiling and I have a shirt and tie on. I think it looks relatively professional, but not uptight. If you are using Facebook purely for the social aspect, and not business then you can put a shot of yourself doing keg-stands if you want, but if there is any professional crossover, keep in mind what the people you want to do business with are thinking when they see your photo. Personality, individualism and flair are great but keep in mind who you are working with. I have several male friends on facebook who have their shirts off in their profile picture, and they look great! If their target audience wants to lean down, get ripped or muscular and your body is a billboard for their goals...then that is 100% okay. For me, first of all I look now where near as good as those guys with my shirt off (maybe I should hire them to train me lol!), secondly I promote myself as a corrective exercise specialist and business building resource to other professionals, so I tried to come up with a picture that did that while showing some personality.

How did I do on my picture, honestly?

Jonthan Budd, one of my mentors has a great professional and friendly picture on Facebook if you want to see a video of how he presents himself watch this vid (WARNING-this is a sales page, he is pitching an awesome program with a free 8 day marketing bootcamp, I love it, I use pressure to sign up but I want you to see how he uses personality and professionalism at least

This has been a good post so far, but I am thinking that a screen capture video may be better, what do you think?

So go to and friend me or sign up for a FREE account and then friend me, fill in your profile with a good pic and more on the next post!

***will cover this again later...but when friending someone ALWAYS add a message to the friend request and say hello to the person and tell them where you may know them from. I meet over 1,000 people per year at workshops and sadly enough, I wish I did :), I do not recognize each person by name or Facebook picture alone. A Simple;

"Hi Eric,

We met at a workshop you taught in London last November. I was the one with the Red Sox hat on. I really enjoyed the Corrective Exercise information you covered. Do you want to connect on Facebook? I hope you and your family are well!

Larry Budd Mellman"

(who is larry Budd Mellman?)

Remember, the Internet can be a powerful tool to build your business, let's take advantage of this, okay?

Rock on A-Team!

Eric Beard