Archive for November, 2009


Posted on 02. Nov, 2009 by .


  Running a Personal Training Studio is a hairy business.  Even though I’m all for trainers starting their own training practices, that DOESN’T always mean opening a training studio. Training studios are a completely different animal, with their own set of rules and circumstances that can BREAK a trainer that isn’t prepared for them. But on the bright side, if you know training inside and out, opening a training studio can be a good type of business for you to start.  Since you’re already very familiar with the “product”, it’s make-up, and it’s consumption, all that’s left for you to do is market and sell the friggin’ thing! I’ve written about the “reality check” side of this numerous times on the blog, for other publications, and in the SIX-FIGURE TRAINER MANUAL.  But I got to thinking about the subject again recently because of a question I got from a reader, who seems to be facing challenges with this across the board: ——————————————————————————— Kaiser, I own a private personal training studio in an elite area of Dallas/Ft.Worth Texas. I am wanting to get about 4 good, motivated trainers in here to take advantage of the amazing facility I have put my […]

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