Trainer in a Bag
You don't have to break the bank to take your business on the road.
By Tim Borys
What if you could give your training business a shot of adrenalin for an investment of $500 or less? Launching a fulltime or sideline mobile training business may be just the jolt you need to pop you out of a rut and breathe fresh air into a stale balance sheet. For mobile trainers the mainstream ...
Partnering With Clients
Tapping into a client's expertise to fulfill your business dreams can reap rich rewards for both of you.
By Amanda Vogel, MA
If you have an idea for a new fitness product, as well as a client who possesses the skills necessary to bring your idea to fruition, a business alliance might be the answer for you too. Receiving Business Support From a Client Full partnership is not...
by Justin Price, MA
You can't start your own personal training business until you know what you want and how you're going to get it.
My career progressed as do most personal trainers' paths: I first worked for a gym, then worked as an independent contractor and then was in charge of a high-end personal training studio in London. However, I wanted more. I always wanted to...
The most obvious benefit of a newsletter is its marketing power: You can gain exposure by using it to promote your training services, advertise special events and sales, lead clients to your Web site and sell products. A carefully crafted newsletter also plays a key role in building solid relationships with clients.
You have to make every penny count but, especially in the
very physical ﬁeld of personal training, don’t want to skimp on insurance. Quicken.com’s Karen Cheney says that, although rising insurance premiums are practically unavoidable, you can avoid paying more than is absolutely necessary.