Each year, fitness businesses see a huge influx of members at certain times (New Years resolutions, anyone?). While it is fantastic to get the extra revenue, how do you make it last throughout the year?
When you’re busy running from class to class, there’s little extra time to devote to the task of class planning. When that happens, it’s easy to teach the same material or use the same playlist again and again.
One often overlooked, simple way to welcome new athletes is with a welcome packet. Packets are easy to put together but well received and appreciated. To help you create your own welcome packet, we’ve made this list of the most common things to include.
More people are joining Instagram everyday and Instagram is quickly becoming their preferred social networking site. With that in mind, here are some tips for how you can (and should) build your brand on Instagram.
Social media can seem like a daunting undertaking, but with a little nurturing, you’ll see that social media can be very beneficial to your business. These tips will help you ditch the social media stress and get centered.
Brand has become a buzzword associated with tech startups and Silicon Valley, but the truth is your fitness business really needs a brand as well. Before we get to why your fitness business needs a brand, let’s cover what a brand is, exactly.