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First, set a specific fitness goal for yourself with your gym’s offerings in mind. This will help you reach the big-picture goal of better health. This could be to develop a strength-training program that uses either machines or free weights, or to take your cardio workouts to a new level with advanced classes. First, set a specific fitness goal for yourself with your gym’s offerings in mind.

This will help you reach the big-picture goal of better health. This could be to develop a strength-training. First, set a specific fitness goal for yourself with your gym’s offerings in mind. This will help you reach the big-picture goal of better health. This could be to develop a strength-training program that uses either machines or free weights, or to take your cardio workouts to a.

Rotate Gym Equipment. No doubt, gym equipment does not come cheap and the likelihood that you’ll be able to afford all the pieces of equipment your gym has to offer at home is slim to none. That means a great way to maximize your gym membership is to take advantage of all the machines at your disposal.

As client churn and retention are constant factors, gym membership sales strategies are central to driving your business and gaining profit. Here are the best ways to increase your gym membership sales: Identify Your Club’s Niche to Reach Your Market. The worldwide fitness craze has completely changed the traditional definition of a “gym.”. 15 Gym Promotions & Advertising Ideas to Increase Gym Membership 1. Use FitnessTexter to Increase Leads & Sell Memberships. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.

2. Quit Being a Boring Gym: Offer Cardio Fitness Classes & Bootcamps! How many classes is your business. Every club should have a good mix of membership strategies for retention and to increase growth. The start of a new year is a good time to evaluate your membership plan. 1. Exude a warm and welcoming attitude A warm and welcoming executive can translate into a warm and welcoming club.

Canceling gym membership an exercise in futility. Automated phone trees send members in circles. Emails go unanswered; and some gyms have changed the rules for how customers can cancel in the. The best way to ensure healthy growth for your fitness center or gym is to increase membership numbers because committed members pay every month for access to their favorite exercise facilities.

Focus on Your Niche. There’s plenty of competition for fitness dollars in most regions, so to capture your share, you need to show potential clients how your gym differs from all of the others. Invest in Customer Service to Boost Gym Membership Retention Look at the facts: 81% of consumers are more likely to give a company repeated business after good service.

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For example, customers could be offered discounted flatrate memberships if they pledge to visit the gym a certain number of times per month and agree to pay a fine if they do not attain this quota.

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membership, but make certain the gym will be around that long.

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As regards the gym membership, a fully financed scheme may not be an option, but you do remember reading a recent ad from a local gym offering group/corporate discounts on membership and classes.

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Club operators need to create an environment that keeps members happy and makes them feel confident that their gym memberships are worthwhile investments.

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Drop Your Unused Gym Membership.

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They may negotiate reduced cost gym membership for their employees, have company sports teams or even invest in an onsite fitness centre.

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In order to enlarge this limited network for recommendations, the owner encourages fitness instructors to use his gym for aerobic and other classes.

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Club facilities with a strong membership base and available space can support this model with existing management and trainers in a more cost-effective manner.

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If that’s not an option, many companies offer complimentary or subsidized memberships at nearby gyms.

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If your company offers a membership to a gym, take it.

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  • i use my phone’s stopwatch to monitor the time i take between sets. this has been very helpful to me, but your mileage may vary. stay big.

  • I agree with a lot of this. I have a daughter and a wife along with a full time job. It is hard to find time to do anything throughout the day sometimes. That being said, the gym time is my ME time to focus on… me. I spend the rest of the day focused on other people so I just try to make it as enjoyable as possible and try not to worry too much about time. I have kicked around the idea about making a youtube channel about my weight loss but with the limited time, not sure how id work it in. great video man!

  • I would say if you train in a home gym, something that’s helpful but often overlooked is getting the gym set up for the day’s movements ahead of time— getting your J-cups and safeties, bench, etc, set up for where you’ll need them. That will save you time at the beginning of the workout. Then you can save time at the end by not putting away your plates or anything. Just do what you need to do for the next day that night right before bed, or some other point when you have a few spare minutes that won’t be considered time spent training.

  • Great video. I’m a resident physician and due to my work hours, I’ve also had to find multiple ways to be more efficient at the gym. I also use a lot of the strategies that you have mentioned and I am very strict about how long I spend at the gym on a daily basis. I even started a website specifically for this purpose. Sharing my fitness knowledge and how to integrate exercise into a busy schedule. Keep up the good work

  • Ha i got that same phone problem. Same workout without and i am done 30 mins faster. Also will spend too much time resting between early warmup sets. Gotta do like u said and just do 1 set load next lb then go again.

    A big helper is actually writing down sets/reps/ exercises b4 going to the gym.them 5 Ps

  • Phone-wise, I like to turn this on it’s head. I actively dedicate time to using it. Then it’s done with.

    So 15 min each morning to watch fitness videos; 15 min after work to socialise.

  • Same here, with a wife and my 3week old little girl it is hard to prioritize the gym good thing that I prchased my home gym for that purpose 2 yrs ago. I find that planing is everything and finding time to train also is challenging. 6am training session might be the solution between the 5am and 8am feedings since I’m already up.

  • Great list, man
    Especially the first pick. Only time I’ve ever on my phone is to change the music to something more somber so I can cry while training calves since they’ll never grow

  • Muscle gain messes up the body fat percentage calculation so if are doing all this training you might be gaining more muscle than the scale says…

  • ..i hear you on the mobility stuff.., i got into a mode of “too much”, and I have trimmed it down a bit..

    great video, necessary subject matter. keep up the good work

  • All excellent suggestions. Especially the phone one, I have been guilty of that way too many times!
    As I use a commercial gym, one thing I found to be helpful is going during less busy times. This is especially true if I’m planning on doing flat benches, as even though it’s a large gym there are only two flat bench stations and at busy times such as Monday and Tuesday evenings they’re often constantly in use. Same thing goes for cable pulldowns. Even if there’s no issue of waiting for a particular piece of equipment to become available I find that somehow I get more done in less time when the gym isn’t crowded.

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