Some of you will join a gym in 2022, or you will have been on a gym hiatus and come back hard
But will you still be going in February or March?
That’s up to you.
In the next weeks, gyms are going to see the results of New Year’s Resolutions.
That’s great—but according to the International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA), half of all New Year’s members are back on the couch by May 1.
Those numbers, of course, are influenced by stats from large corporate gyms that don’t offer high-touch services like smaller gyms do.
Selling 96% more memberships than they can fit in the place because they know you will spend a little each month a long time to walk around, use the treadmill a few times, be embarrassed and overwhelmed and not come back.
If you lack expertise to know what workout to do in what order to get the results you want, you need a coach.
If you don't want to get injured, or if you have existing injuries to work around, you need a coach.
If you need someone to motivate you and keep you going when you fail, because you will fail - we all do, you need a coach.
Don't become a statistic this year.
I have 40+ clients and 3 staff, including me. The high employee to client ratio is how we provide the coaching it takes to keep people moving and on track for years, not weeks.
The pic is a woman that has been coming to my gym consistently 3x a week or more for 1,250 days.
The average Planet Fitness gym has 7,500 members and can hold about 300 people. How many of the 7,500 do you think have went consistently 3x a week for the past 1,250 days?
My team and I are ready to take on 10 clients in January, if you are searching for lifestyle change and not another quick fix then email me firstname.lastname@example.org
The first 5 to respond or message me and let me know you are interested in applying for coaching, I’ll buy you some coffee! We'll have coffee and chat and see if we get along and would work well together. It's definitely a partnership that needs the right mix to thrive. What do you say?