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AFS and SportsArt bring you this educational webinar designed to discuss the basic components and requirements necessary to create a blueprint of specific training philosophies.
Join AFS and Matrix as we take an in-depth look at the science behind behavior change and how to leverage engagment, metrics and social cohesion to optimize member results.
If you want to grow your business it’s no secret that you have to keep growing your skill set and that of your team. The skills that got you here will not get you there! It is imperative that we keep learning and progressing as businesses really have only 2 fates - they grow or they die.
When you think about your fitness business there are ample opportunities to keep learning.
Setting the right price for fitness services is important to anyone in the business, from studio owners to independent fitness professionals.
Curating a price list of services can be a delicate balancing act between what your services are worth, where they are being offered, and what is being offered by your competitors. Below are a few tips to consider when crafting a price list for fitness services.
In Simon Sinek’s famous TED TALK he simply stated that people don’t buy WHAT we sell, they buy WHY we sell it. In other words, if your purpose aligns with that of your customer then you are likely to form a long-term bond.
What is your purpose as a trainer or fitness facility? I’m not asking WHAT you do or WHAT you offer but WHY do you do it?
After diligently speaking to thousands of the most successful fitness professionals, studio and gym owners, AFS put together their top 7 secrets.
The 220-minus-age equation regularly used to estimate an individual’s maximum heart rate (MHR) is invalid for this purpose.
Kyle Dobbs talks about what types of supplements he prescribes, such as protein, creatine and omegas.
Lauren Eirk discusses what not to say to a client, including keeping personal opinions to yourself.
Lauren Eirk discusses what forms and questions she uses with new and potential clients.
This is one of the best ways you can take care of your team in a way that speaks to them. Take action and implement this today.
Kyle discusses what “homework” he typically gives clients, such as having them move around outside of their sessions at a low intensity.
Kyle Dobbs shares tips on how to create a great first session with clients. Training should fit into their lifestyle.