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The COVID-19 virus pandemic is resulting in voluntary — and in some cases, forced — gym closures. Our entire industry is being called to adapt and adapt quickly. In an effort to support you, we’ve compiled a quickstart guide for making the transition from retail to remote with help from some of our friends and partners. We hope this guide is a useful resource to help keep your business alive and healthy during this period of quarantine, shelter in place, and social distancing. READ MORE
Often, our coaches have their own marketing website already set up for their brand, and they use that site as a funnel to drive warm leads to their products in the TrainHeroic Marketplace.
They’re actively trying to market these products, but need to know what is working so they can maximize the return on their valuable time.
If this sounds like you, keep reading. We’ll cover the three simple Google Analytics reports you should be using to help optimize your efforts to sell more training online.
Author: Nicolai Morris
Is being called the first female coach an insult disguised as praise? Or is it spreading awareness that women can achieve anything they want? Are these ‘qualifiers’ helping women in the long run, or does it cause more harm than good? In this article Nicolai Morris gives insight into what it is like to be a female strength coach in the industry. She sheds light on mistaken identities and provides context about being more inclusive.
Author: Joe Hashey
With more coaches shifting to remote training it is imperative that you give your clients the same personalized service they had grown accustomed to when they could go to the gym. Joe Hashey, President of Synergy Athletics, gives us some insight into the steps he took to ensure his gym’s future while maintaining the personal touch his clients have come to expect.
Author: Travis Hansen
Is your agility training actually beneficial to your ability to change direction or help you achieve your performance goals? Travis Hansen gives us insight into how to properly program your agility training to maximize your training effectiveness.
Author: Jenn Ohlheiser
Black Friday is upon us. Our email marketing manager, Jenn, gives you actionable takeaways and insights to plan and execute a Black Friday / Cyber Monday promotion that is sure to stand out from the noise and help you make more sales and earn more clients.
Author: Mark Campbell
If leveraged correctly, live stream sessions can be a great addition to your remote training product offerings. The connection and engagement provided is a great complement to the suite of training and engagement features TrainHeroic provides. Mark Campbell of CORE Strong Fitness agreed to share some insights and lessons he learned from experience that can help you make the most of streaming live fitness classes or training sessions.