People loudly chatting on cell phones, empty water bottles left on equipment and used towels littering the locker room floor. These are just three examples of members showing poor gym etiquette. The good news is that you can do a great deal to promote and enforce appropriate etiquette, thereby keeping clients happy and encouraging long-term member retention.
As a group fitness supervisor, you’ve worked hard to earn your spot as a leader. Perhaps it was your industry experience, your sparkling personality or your connections with the right people that landed you in a position of authority.
As costs continue to increase, businesses look to find creative and
inexpensive methods of informing potential consumers about products or services. The term guerilla marketing refers to a program
employing somewhat aggressive measures to drum up new business. IDEA member Karen Jashinsky is one business owner who is taking her message to the streets.
It is said that if you want to be successful, you must surround yourself with great people. One of the most challenging aspects of running your own business is finding great people and then keeping them.
9 Business Basics:
Pricing Your Services
From Mobile to Mobility
17 Training for Growth:
The Struggle for Significance
21 Best Practices:
Build Your Team
By nature, personal trainers are passionate, driven, organized and excellent at communicating, or so we would like to believe. In reality, within any team there are radical differences in terms of trainer competencies.