Selling your services is important but you don’t want to seem pushy or ingenuine during the sales pitch. Here are 8 ways to persuasively sell your fitness services while staying genuine and real. – Sarah
Having a profitable fitness business is important. A profitable business includes both knowing how to properly train your clients and understanding the business side. Here are 5 tips to successfully grow your fitness practice.
Social Media is a huge marketing resource. “71% of consumers who have had a good social media service experience with a brand are likely to recommend it to others,” according to DreamGrow in 2017. Becoming an influencer, a person who has the ability to influence more than 10,000 people to follow their recommendations or buy specific products, is important in order to grow your fitness business. Here are 5 must-know tips to become a social media influencer and make connections with your ideal customers.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, there were over 279,000 personal training jobs in 2014. This number is projected to grow by 8% until 2024. Do you love health and fitness? Interested in a career change? Here are 10 reasons you need to be a personal trainer. If you have these qualities and characteristics, this job may be the one for you.
An abundance of job opportunities are in the fitness industry. In the past, many people just went the personal trainer route. This route is still a great option. And you can expand your knowledge, expertise, and education to add on to the personal trainer gig. Here are 5 fitness careers to enhance your income…
You’re either in or you’re out when it comes to fitness. The fitness industry is fast-paced and everyone wants to be on their A-game regarding performance, enhancement, and achievement. The Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2017 was recently released. Here is the shocking truth about the future fitness trends in 2017. Whatever workout or trend you decide to do, make sure to keep it up, stay consistent, and have fun. Cheers to 2017! – Sarah
A boutique experience means your clients get specialized and customized services where they may be willing to pay more, too. For example, popular boutique fitness centers can charge $30+ for one class. Generally, the classes are specialized to cater to a specific clientele. The classes may be smaller and more intimate and set in an energetic environment that promotes a social atmosphere. Boutique gyms are usually attractive and offer upscale amenities. – Sarah