Rachaelfisher's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF RACHAELFISHER
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.30%. The average number of likes per post is 248 and the average number of comments is 32.
31.94% of the followers that engaged with rachaelfisher regularly are from United States, followed by Canada at 13.89% and Australia at 11.11%. In summary, the top 5 countries of rachaelfisher's posts engager are coming from United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Brazil.
Rachaelfisher loves posting about Health & Fitness, Cooking, Food & Drink, Education, Humor.
Check rachaelfisher's audience demography. This analytics report shows rachaelfisher's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR RACHAELFISHER
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF RACHAELFISHER
- United States 31.94 %
- Canada 13.89 %
- Australia 11.11 %
- United Kingdom 5.56 %
- Brazil 4.17 %
A little training update for you. 💫 Posting on social media has been at the bottom of my priority list as of late. But here’s some evidence that I am still training. Squats are mediocre. ☁️ > Top single: 110kg > Working sets: 100kg x 4 Bench press is on fire. 🔥 > Top single: 75kg > Working sets: 70kg x 4 Deadlifts are okay. 🌻 > Top single: 150kg > Working sets: 135kg x 4
Relationships with clients are more important than you think. Like any relationship, it takes time to build rapport and trust. I am lucky enough to have an incredible bunch of clients, who I happily jump out of bed for at 4:00am every morning. But each client relationship differs to the next. Some are more playful, while others are more serious. Having an understanding of their values helps me provide a better service. I know what makes them tick, but I also know what ticks them off (FYI split squats ticks a lot of people off). I celebrate every win with them. I praise them for their efforts. And together, we learn from their losses.
You’d be bananas to not have @tillysguiltfree stocked in your freezer. They’re only 320kcal per tub, and you can find them at your local @woolworths_au. 🍌 #tillysguiltfree
The perception of being busy is subjective. I have been feeling a little busier than normal lately, but I like it. On an average week, I have around 42 personal training sessions, a bunch of online nutrition clients, a handful social media accounts to manage, and one or two marketing meetings. On top of that, I’ve been redesigning my new website with @designbymouse, had an incredible photoshoot with @heistcreative (this image is one of my favourites!), hired a new personal trainer, and I’m working on another exciting project in the pipeline. Stay tuned! 🍎🍊
Do you prefer to lift in heels or flats? I’m a heeled kinda gal, and have trained in weightlifting shoes for most of my training life. I started out with the Adidas Adipowers (the red clown-like ones that @ariellifts1 still wears), before switching over to the Nike Romaleos soon after. I’ve purchased every single release of the Romaleos, but the 4s are definitely a favourite – they feel as sturdy as the 2s (but more comfortable) and they look fabulous. ✔️
I absolutely love dessert, so I have a little something to eat after dinner more often than not. I’ve probably tried every low calorie ice cream on the market, but nothing beats these Skinny Cow Ice Cream Cookies, which are only 127kcal per serve. 🍪🍦 Macros: 24.5g Carbs | 1.6g Fat | 2.9g Protein
Every so often, it’s important to stop what you’re doing and ask yourself: what are you grateful for? Today I am grateful for a lot of things – but most of all, I am grateful for my loving family and friends. ♥️
My girl @gladysb just announced the ease of COVID-19 restrictions on indoor training facilities (hallelujah)! It’s gone 0 to 100 (people allowed inside) real quick, but after 82 days in lockdown we can finally reopen our doors at @plexuspersonaltraining. The past 10 weeks have been an exciting and challenging time as @coachbenwright and I launched Portable Plexus. We wrote up a contingency plan before we were forced to close the studio, because we knew it was inevitable with the climbing number of coronavirus cases in Australia. As soon as the restrictions were announced, we spoke with our clients straight away about offering alternative training options through mobile or Zoom sessions, and most of them continued with us. Remember kids: clear, concise and consistent communication (particularly in a crisis) is absolutely critical. We had a few challenges along the way, from being falsely reported to Crime Stoppers numerous times, to having our commercial lease reduction request being denied (making the studio the most expensive gym membership I’ve ever had to pay for). But aside from the hiccups, I have embraced this temporary change. I have really enjoyed training my clients at their homes - it has given me the opportunity to stay connected with them, and meet their family that they often speak about during their sessions (including the honorary #petsofplexus members). We can proudly say that our clients have come out of this experience stronger, and so have we. From Monday 15 June, I will be conducting all of my sessions in the studio, with our COVID-19 Safety Plan in place. I am so incredibly grateful for all my clients that continued to train with me during our temporary closure, who have showed their support in more ways than one. I’ve also had a few newbies start training with me, so I am a little apprehensive about squeezing everyone back in my schedule in less than a fortnight. For the first time ever, I have zero capacity to take on any new clients. I hope you have all stayed safe and healthy during this period, and I’m looking forward to seeing everyone slowly return to their normal routines! ✌🏼
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