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Thank you to the team at the Cleveland County Family YMCA for taking the time to answer some questions from AFS!
In this featured spot, they share insight on how working with Precor helped expand their reach and become part of the new fitness studio movement.
We are a society of vanity who puts a lot of weight (pun intended) into how much people weigh. As leaders in the fitness community, it is our role to change that conversation.
Stating the obvious, bodyweight is the sum of all parts and includes water, fat, lean tissue, tendons, organs, etc. When your client steps on the scale, it isn’t only measuring fat.
Every fitness studio wants their clients to find success because ultimately success is what will keep them coming back again and again.
If your clients are putting in the physical work but continually experiencing poor recovery or having trouble bringing power to their workouts, they may be missing out on key nutrients.
In my decades as a newspaper reporter, I asked all kinds of people all kinds of questions. Then I worked in corporate communications, which led to many more interviews in various situations.
All that experience gave me a special perspective I bring to fitness communications for studio owners.
Recently I received a package in the mail and I immediately got excited because I knew what was inside. It was the oﬃcial ribbon copy of a new patent we were just granted on our TireFlip 180® product! It was my 20th patent including the US and Worldwide and it represented a significant milestone for me.
Innovation is the heart our company and we are proud of the intellectual property we’ve been able to obtain.
Your employees set the tone for your business, boost sales, and are the core of your business operations.
So when you hire a good employee, it’s in your best interest to hold on to them for a long as possible.
As a fitness business, strategically incorporating multiple revenue streams is the best way to create a solid foundation for financial success.
Hosting member and community events are often overlooked as an income source despite having multiple retention, lead gen, and marketing benefits.
As I’ve prepared to open my second yoga studio, I’ve spent an enormous amount of time in local business networking events. This blog post is not as much about the hard skills of business ownership, per se.
Rather, this is about a topic I feel can truly impact all of the other dimensions of studio business success: addressing owner stress, fatigue, and potential burnout.
Generating leads is a vital part of growing your business. I’ve shared some of the techniques I use to generate leads in previous blog posts. However, generating leads alone will not bring you financial success – you must have a solid system in place to convert those leads into regular paying clients.
The goal for most training gyms should be to generate 30-40 leads each month and then convert 20 of those leads into paid trials each month.