Business of Fitness
“Insurance”: yikes. If you’re anything like me before I became a certified insurance advisor at Next Insurance , the word brings you anything from mild anxiety to extreme frustration. For me, the hardest part about working in the insurance industry was understanding and remembering all of the confusing terms.
Imagine, for a moment, the first day of your first job. Were you nervous? Anxious to get out there and prove yourself? Did you wonder which fellow co-workers were going to become your friends? Were you afraid to make a mistake?
Personal trainers have the difficult task of not only managing themselves, but also the hundreds of clients they will see throughout their careers. This includes managing their workouts, re-assessments, and their emotions – yes, their emotions. Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to
Studio goers expect top-notch programming, superior customer service, and results. Therefore, the cornerstone of your studio’s success is providing each of these items consistently. While you may start out with a small but mighty team of fitness professionals making it easy to control the product you promise, expanding to
Parents are already thinking about summer, and you should be, too–particularly if you’d like to offer programming for young athletes when school is out. Here are some tips to help you strengthen your marketing, planning and program offerings now. The early bird gets the summer-camp attendees, so don’t delay.