The health, wellness, and fitness industry is a huge business in the United States. And around the world. There are over 53 million gym members in the US, and over 38,000 gyms and fitness centers in North America. It is sometimes amazing that people have some of the highest levels of obesity, diabetes, and other health related issues if they are trying to be healthy.
If you are a part of this amazing industry then you are already dedicated to helping people lead healthier, longer lives. Your business might include:
- Fitness Trainers
- Gym Owners
- Fitness Studio Owners
- Massage Therapists
- and more
5 Business Challenges
As great an opportunity as this is, we still find that there are some challenges that impact the success of many of these businesses. Some of these common challenges are:
Do any of these sound familiar?
- Loss of clients due to unrealistic client expectations of immediate results
- Limited growth tied to a location and its four walls
- Ever increasing overhead costs
- High staff turnover
- Marketing and advertising costs
- Always competing against the next “HOT FAD”
So let me ask you…what if there was a way you could:
- Add an additional income stream to your business
- Expand beyond your four walls
- Increase client retention/loyalty
- Give yourself the freedom to not be married to your business 24/7
Would that be interesting to you?
I have been working with all kinds of people in the health and fitness industry to do just that. And the best part is that it integrates into your existing business – it doesn’t replace it. It also doesn’t require a huge investment.
And what if you could have all this and also meet some or all of the challenges mentioned above.
Would that also be of interest to you?
Want To Know More?
1. Check Out The Latest Webinar Replay
Replay at: http://bit.ly/1kbnkJj
2. Contact Me
The best way is to contact me directly. There is a contact form on the webinar replay page.
Or you can call me at (747) 333-8789. We can have a short conversation and see if this is something that works for both of us.
Best of health and I hope to hear from you soon.
PS: Don’t be concerned about getting into a hard sales type of conversation. That just isn’t how I do things here. I don’t like being on the receiving end of that either. I just want to have a chance to go over the details and see if it is a good fit for your existing business.