After well over a decade and a half as a personal trainer, nutritionist, and more, I actually learned some things reading this book and that is a rare thing indeed.
In part two of my series on becoming a personal trainer we're going to focus on part most people are less comfortable with - the fact that successful trainers think of themselves as a business.
Running your own gym might sound great in theory, but there are some tricks to actually getting your business off the ground. Here are 7 articles will help you build your gym business effectively.
Looking at back at the start of my gym business, I cringe at how many things we got wrong. Here are six things I wish I'd been told. Don't make the same mistakes I did with your new gym.
If you are a CrossFit gym owner struggling with the business aspects of running a gym, this book offers advice from someone who's been there, learned the lessons, and succeeded.
You're a coach with a student who asks to train with you for free. Not sure what to do? Let's walk through what this looks like in terms of setting boundaries and feeling good about your decision.
Thinking of starting a gym business or becoming a personal trainer? Here are fifteen of the best business books I have personally read and go back to. They've made a big difference for me.
In part one of this series we discussed widening your technical knowledge in-depth. Now, it’s time to focus on getting info OUT of your head, INTO your students, and INTO the world.
Own a small gym and trying to navigate the business side of things? This two part article on running a small business is for you. 5½ things you NEED to fix to be successful!
Run your own gym or studio? Trying to navigate being an entrepreneur as well as a coach? I know the joys and pitfalls of running a gym. Read on to find out the fixes you NEED to make.
Awake & Evolve Workouts
Mature Athlete Workouts
Strength & Conditioning Workouts
Sport Specific Workouts