I work with only women between ages 21-40 and do 1/1 and partner training. It’s going well. I train outdoors and inside my home
In indoor soccer and sports center has a very large space for me to rent for 45 an hour and they want to promote me and my business. I have no experience yet with groups of more than four girls. It’s an an opportunity to leverage business. There are tons of moms and young women that I can offer services to. I have to rent the space, but they will promote me and only me.
Here are concerns:
Do I start bootcamp style classes
Do I stick with just small group and work as groups and partners
I am 5 months pregnant, should I consider hiring someone to help
I have to provide equipment
I really want this opportunity, just struggling on what direction I should take, especially with a toddler and one on their way.
I’d love to know what you ended up doing with respect to this opportunity, and whether you’re still in the fitness industry in general.
As I’m expanding my business this year, I’ve been looking at a lot of the older threads on this topic to see if there are any commonalities and to see what gems of wisdom are within.
I agree with Jocelyn that you need to take an honest and critical view of what this opportunity will mean for you both professionally and personally. In my opinion, with the information that you’ve given here, I can see this as a plus, as an opportunity for you to leverage your time and actually give yourself MORE personal time if you manage this opportunity well. Larger classes (assuming you’re comfortable with that) will translate to more money for less time – a definite win-win for you.
Good luck in your decision.