Though it is tempting to focus solely on the personal training services, as it previously was the largest source of revenue aside from member dues, it is equally important to emphasize the other services and programs that your fitness center can provide in a virtual setting.
Tap into your team's resources and knowledge to expand your virtual programming options and consider including exercise programming guides, small group training, specialty classes, online challenges, educational webinars, health coaching, or any other program you offered before that could be delivered virtually.
This week we will review two areas to add value to your members and provide another revenue stream to your business: exercise programming and small group training and/or specialty series.
- 30 minutes consultation to understand client goals and equipment and space available
- Shared drive access for all files to be stored and maintained; consider using PTontheNet or IDEA Club Connect as a resource and create a PDF of the workout
- Workouts should include: exercise, sets, reps, recommended weight, stretches and rest time
- Include any images and/or video links to necessary exercise demonstrations
- Yoga Sculpt
- Running Club
Contact us today to learn how Active can help you launch your virtual training programs.
Kiley Mutschler | Senior General Manager
Kiley supports teams across the US and Canada. She is staying connected to her teams via Google Meet and onsite where accounts have been able to reopen. Kiley has enjoyed spending more time outdoors and is continually working towards new personal fitness goals during this time!
Nathan Capuchino | Senior General Manager
Nathan is located in the bay area and oversees sites from San Francisco to Silicon Valley. Utilizing Google Meet, Nathan maintains contact with his teams and clients alike. During the extra time spent at home, he has been enjoying working on house projects and improving his home.