5 Ways to boost your personal fitness business
Have you recently started a Personal Trainer or Fitness business and looking for ways to attract new clients? Are you an Personal Trainer who's looking to boost your business this year? Here are some tips on how you can boost your business in 2017:
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Many people are starting the new year off by incorporating healthy living into their daily lives. Why not ask your clients to “gift” their friends and family your personal fitness services? If you don’t have a website, get one now. Wix and Square space offer the ability for you to create redeemable online gift cards, that your clients can use on your website. Or you can opt to use Canva to create printable gift cards for free.
Throw in a 30-day meal plan
Build your mailing list for new clients or even existing clients by providing free 30-day meal plans. An email list is a customer base for you to market to on a consistent basis. Once you grow a large enough list, you won’t have to chase customers as much because you can focus on marketing to your email list. (For tips on how to create an email list, click on the link in the bio to get your free “mini” How to Build an Email List E Book.)
Help your clients stay healthy
One of the hardest things about adopting a healthy life style is incorporating healthy eating habits. Create either free or paid E Books using services such Blurb Books or Canva. Are any of your clients Vegans? Perhaps they’re looking to transition to becoming a Vegan. Prepare an E BOOK filled with Vegan meal plans.
Bootcamps Both indoor and outdoor
If you haven’t incorporated boot camps into your business plan, you probably should. Bootcamps gives you the opportunity to instruct a large group of clients and, you can ask your existing clients to “bring a friend” which could lead to another potential customer. As the weather gets a little warmer, you may want to research outdoor spaces to start hosting outdoor boot camps. Get creative with your boot camps by hosting them in parks, research outdoor areas to incorporate into your fitness routine such as, lakes with running paths, or an area that has stairs for your customers to climb as part of the fitness routine.
Collaborate with a Yoga Instructor, Pilates Instructor or a Meditation expert. Bundle both your service and another brand. The cross promotion will allow both brands to reach a larger audience, raise brand awareness and of course, you’ll gain new customers!
Marketing your Personal Fitness business doesn't require a lot of money, it just requires creativity. To learn more marketing strategies to grow your business click here: growth strategies