Archive for August, 2011

Fitness Gangs: What Set do YOU claim?!

Fitness Gangs: What Set do YOU claim?!

Posted on 02. Aug, 2011 by .

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Hey Brotha! Welcome our newest contributor on Super-Trainer.com, Steve “Funny Guy” Krebs… It is a basic human desire to want to be accepted. Usually this means being part of a group. Over the years I have seen some pretty crazy things in the fitness industry, but this new phenomenon just blows my mind. The phenomenon is Fitness Gangs! Defined as a group of fitness pro’s or trainers who blindly follow a “guru” to the point that being part of the “group” becomes more important than actually growing their business. In our industry there are hundreds of guru’s to follow, learn from, get mentorships from etc. Each one offers his/her own style and techniques to help fitness business owners and trainers flourish. I truly believe and follow Bruce Lee’s famous strategy of taking all that is useful from many sources, and rejecting what is not. Unfortunately in our industry it seems that many people get caught up “drinking the kool-aid” of just one person or group. It becomes almost like a cult, or a gang. This instantly causes close mindedness. Gang members start rejecting useful information from others just because they are not in their “set”. They will also begin following […]

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Rule Number One Of Fitness Bootcamps: ADD VALUE!!!

Rule Number One Of Fitness Bootcamps: ADD VALUE!!!

Posted on 02. Aug, 2011 by .

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What’s up honey badgers … things are rocking over here in Great Neck Long Island at my bootcamp studio, so much so that I’m a little late on getting my monthly blog post out to you guys.  Once I realized that, I rushed and broke out the camera to make sure I got it in.  Sam doesn’t play games, and it would be pretty embarrassing if I got kicked off of my own site.  Knowing that dude, he’d probably write a blog post about it: “Why I Kicked Kaiser Off Of My Site For Being A Lazy Bastard” or something like that.  So Sam you can chill – here’s my post for this month, about something everyone needs to keep on their mind at all times: your VALUE PROPOSITION.  We are all so consumed with MARKETING at times here on the online space (for good reason) that we lose sight of the VALUE of the actual training product.  I talk a little bit about that in the video below: [youtube iywGnub8JC8] Hope you guys got some value out of that.  I’m nowhere close to where I want to be yet in terms of giving value to my members.  And once […]

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KILLER Content From A Yacht

KILLER Content From A Yacht

Posted on 01. Aug, 2011 by .

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Killer content at an awesome mastermind with Josh Bezoni, Joe Polish, Bill Phillips, Joel Marion, Mike Geary and Joe Sugarman. I was able to sneak my Flip Camera and got some awesome KILLER content for you. This mastermind took place in a yacht at Lake Travis in Austin Texas. I hooked you up ;) [youtube bQnOKZsDizI]

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PERSONAL TRAINER MARKETING PLAN: SIX-FIGURES IN 67 DAYS

Posted on 01. Aug, 2011 by .

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If you haven’t heard of our top-downloaded manual, “Six-Figures In 67 Days,” then you must have been hiding under a rock! Just kidding, but I do bring it up a lot. The reason I’m always tooting the horn of this free download is that it’s helped people cut $1,000 in expenses and add over $5,000 in monthly gross revenue within the first month. My personal trainer marketing plan is extremely simple to replicate, no matter what your budget or business model may be. For most people, it takes 4 years of college education, 2-4 years of grad school, and another 5-10 years in the working world before they can climb the ladder to making $100,000 a year. The majority of people will NEVER make that much. I’m offering you the pathway to make it there in less than 3 months. I don’t want to mislead you or promise that everyone makes the leap practically overnight. Rather, I’d like to highlight how effective it is to climb the ladder when you take fast and focused action. Keep in mind, the average salary of a trainer is $60/hour and the average client trains 3 days a week. So that means you need […]

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