gym business

Coaches are always an important part of an athlete's development. But know when to step back and let the athlete be self-sufficient
At the heart of the problem is the group exercise business model, which is fundamentally flawed for a CrossFit gym.
The group business model that almost all CrossFit affiliates use is not suited to the success of these individual businesses.
If you have a small gym – CrossFit or not – you should listen to what this business owner has to say.
Switching from a fundamentals program to one-on-one personal training may be daunting, but it's worth it.
Wellness requires sound ethics and good sales to thrive. Time to start training your staff in a different way.
Finding good employees is hard. Build an intern program to create a team that fits your vision and culture.
Everyone in your community should know you, and that your gym is the go-to place for fitness.
Though many may try not to think about insurance, it's a necessity for fitness professionals. Make sure you are well-informed about all of your options when seeking coverage.
Everyone has different coaching styles, but these four things will help you spot a bad personal trainer from a mile away.