gym business

If you want your gym to make it big, try thinking small.
Meet the challenge of the New Year head on, or get mowed down.
Switching from a fundamentals program to one-on-one personal training may be daunting, but it's worth it.
Everyone in your community should know you, and that your gym is the go-to place for fitness.
If you have a small gym – CrossFit or not – you should listen to what this business owner has to say.
The group business model that almost all CrossFit affiliates use is not suited to the success of these individual businesses.
At the heart of the problem is the group exercise business model, which is fundamentally flawed for a CrossFit gym.
Finding good employees is hard. Build an intern program to create a team that fits your vision and culture.
Let's learn from the boxes that have risen to the top of the pack.
Coaches are always an important part of an athlete's development. But know when to step back and let the athlete be self-sufficient
Wellness requires sound ethics and good sales to thrive. Time to start training your staff in a different way.
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.