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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
While many parts of the economy are still battling back from the COVID-19 slump, the supplement business is booming. The FDA estimates that there are at least 85,000 different products out there, all clamoring for our attention on Facebook, Instagram, and Google ads. Yet, while celebrity X or athlete Y might well be incentivized to promote the latest fad pill or powder, true professionals look to the science when selecting their supplements.
Author: Tom Hooper
Your focus is to get leads, you want names, numbers and contact details, so you can start telling people your story. Hopefully, these 5 tips will help get more clients for your coaching business.
Author: Jim Afremow
The past few months have presented a unique challenge for people who train. This is particularly true if you’re preparing to perform in a team sport, as group practices have become persona non grata and competitive games are still a no-no.
Author: Tom Hooper
Imagine there’s a car in front of you that you need to overtake (in this case COVID-19), so you maneuver the car to overtake. You change your driving to adapt to the challenge in front of you. Firstly you look in the mirrors to check what’s around you..
Author: Whitney Rodden
My entire career, I’ve been teaching young men and women how to perform Olympic lifts in person. Then suddenly, along came COVID-19 and this was no longer an option. Here is how I took my college strength program online during the COVID-19 shutdowns.
The billion dollar fitness industry has felt a massive shift in the last couple of months due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Gyms and clubs across the country have had to close their doors to customers.