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Lauren Eirk shares how to educate clients during their sessions. Keep things simple in the beginning, get them adapted and build trust with them.
Rachel Cosgrove discusses how they have kept Results Fitness open now for 17 years and some of the struggles they faced.
Mike Arce discusses why you need one good funnel of getting leads for your business.
Todd Bumgardner breaks down one of his goals for his online business, and how goals sometimes need to change in order to grow.
Doug Holt talks about the best way to get client referrals, including when and how to ask, as well as giving incentives.
Josh Leve and Liz Callham of AFS discuss certification by figuring out what your needs, and what resonates with you and the clients that you attract.
You have just hired a new employee for your fitness studio. Now what?
The degree to which a studio can attract and retain great employees is, in large part, dependent upon the compensation and benefits it provides.
Before doing anything it is important to understand the expenses of designing and building a studio as well as what it will cost to operate your new facility.
Ask yourself: Throughout the course of your busy day how much time do you spend planning to enhance your business’ success?
The goal is simple, create the right type of emotion and more people will want to train at your facility – and if that emotion is maintained, people will stay a client.
Running a fitness business can sometimes be a grind. There are plenty of outside and inside factors that can have a negative impact on you and your business.
Here are some of the factors a studio owner needs to know about leasing before they sign on the dotted line.
Take the time to answer the following six questions early on in the process to help you begin forming a clear and solid foundation on which to build out a comprehensive business plan.