Designed for trainers who want to or are making the leap to studio ownership. Interviews with successful studio owners discussing what produces success and failure. How to make money in the business of fitness.
97-Making money selling healthy prepared meals in your gym?-Jillian Tedesco
Every fitness business owner wants their clients to eat healthy. What better way than selling them healthy prepared meals right?
Why doesn’t it work. Why don’t they buy them? And what will get them to buy into them.
Jillian Tedesco runs a multi-million dollar prepared healthy food business. She shares her experience why they don’t work and gyms and what does get people to buy them.
96-Are you crushing your business or is it crushing you?-Ben Ivey
You ask any business owner how’s their business and they tell you. Great! But is it really?
We discuss the things business owners are afraid to let anyone know and how it’s killing them and their business.
Ben Ivey’s dad was a successful business owner or so he thought until he killed himself.
This launched Ben on a quest to help avoid other entrepreneurs from suffering this same fate.
95-Behavioral science that improves fitness
We want our clients to want their goals as much as we want it for them, but most of the time it seems like they don’t.
But that’s just it, They DO! We just have to do a better job at leading them.
Scott and Janine have had success in using behavioral science to improve their clients results and level of satisfaction. They share what has been working for them on this episode.
94- You’re not alone, but you may not know it - Justin Grinnell
Just and I discuss Covid and the Fitness Industry, but mostly importantly we find out how important it is to reach out to others in your situation.
Only another business owner can understand what you are going thru. It’s a conversation that may help save your business and sanity.
93-I Hate Selling- Ryan McKenzie
I’m a personal trainer, why are we talking about selling? Because if you don’t sell you will not have any clients. But it doesn’t have to be something sketchy if it is done correctly.
Ryan McKenzie shares his method of selling that doesn’t even feel like selling because true selling is about helping people and solving a problem for them. If you can do that you will be successful.
92-Happy Hour with Thomas Plummer
This was fun to get questions straight our listeners. We got a couple of glasses of wine in Thom and fired questions at him and prepared for the firehouse of information.