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As big companies devote more money and personnel to security, criminals are increasingly turning to small businesses that present a softer target.
There's a harsh reality about owning a gym. Do it wrong and you can easily wind up broke, busy, and with no time for your own workouts.
Overnight we went from a world where everybody could claim to be a CrossFit coach to a world where nobody can.
CrossFit affiliates are a multilevel marketing (MLM) dream come true. But MLM is not something that will benefit most affiliates or most people.
In this episode, we chat about the state of the fitness industry, the importance of lifestyle for long-term health, and eradicating stupidity.
I’m going to present you with three typical scenarios from the fitness industry. If you recognize yourself in this article, maybe it's time to be a bit more respectful.
This week's picks are all about the valuable lessons learned by athletes and coaches. And thank goodness they're sharing with us.
I have a confession to make. I have lied, pretended to be someone I am not, and more than likely wasted the valuable time of people I’ve come in contact with.
How does a business stay true to the founder's vision and still allow customers to drive innovation?
Should mediation be used to make members of the military better at killing or business people better at business?
There is a tension in the world of CrossFit. The glee of growth versus the backstabbing, disloyal coaches that leave you to start their own affiliates.
If you want to be competitive you can be first, be best, or be different.
In fitness, what the customer wants is not necessarily what the customer needs. I'm going to outline what they want, versus what trainers need to provide.
The build-or-buy decision for business systems or software can feel overwhelming. Let's look at the big picture.
It seems everyone who has finished a PT course wants to open a space. But maybe they’re better off coming from a different angle.
Anyone interested in performance is interested in numbers. But here are some you might not be aware of - both in terms of your training and your gym business.
One of the most important, but rarely discussed aspects of opening a gym is your lease - and a commercial lease can be a beast.