True 1-to-1 personal training is here to stay and the coaches, gyms, and fitness professionals embracing this today are experiencing some impressive results, increasing client engagement and retention, and in some cases 3X’ing and 4X’ing their revenue in the process.
Delivering 100% individualized personal training programs for all of your clients doesn’t have to be a nightmare, if you’ve got the right systems and tools in place.
Casey was recently invited to talk with the crew over at Barbell Business about his personal journey as a gym owner and his progression through the entire business lifecycle, from starting the gym to ultimately selling the business and later merging his passion for fitness with his career as a software developer, founding Fitbot in early 2015 and moving the company to Boulder, Colorado – the epicenter of the fit-tech world.
In this episode of the Barbell Business podcast you’ll learn about:
- The hard transition from group coaching to individualized coaching
- Casey’s journey from gym owner to the founder of Fitbot
- When to open up that second gym
- How to retain clients and coaches beyond the normal timeline
Watch the video below to catch the entire episode. And a huge thanks to everyone over at Barbell Business and Barbell Shrugged – they continue to deliver some of the best fitness business advice available anywhere.
Fitbot plans start at just $19/month for up to 5 clients. We rarely run discounts or special offers, however if you signup through this link we’ll give you an additional 50% off of your first month of any Fitbot plan, courtesy of our friends at Barbell Business.
“If you’re a gym owner or coach, and you’re not using Fitbot to manage your individualized training clients, you are missing the boat.”
– Markus Gerszi, Barbell Business
Thanks for stopping by and keep an eye out for more information about how individualized program design can help you deliver a better client experience, retain clients over longer periods of time, and grow your coaching revenue.