Starting a fitness business can be one of the most rewarding, but also frustrating and time-consuming ventures you’ll ever embark on. With so many different variables to keep track of, it’s no wonder that most entrepreneurs give up after only a few short weeks. The good news is that there are plenty of other people out there who deal with similar difficulties as you do. That’s why we’ve put together this article to help you navigate the ins and outs of starting your own fitness Bootcamp business. Read on to discover everything from how much it costs to run a fitness center to the best resources for starting a successful fitness business venture.
This is it, the #1 out-of-the-box strategy.
Take it away, Steve Hochman.
The Hawaii Vacation Client Contest Method
I recently experimented with a referral contest in Fit Body Boot Camp, “test kitchens.” For 30 days, everyone committed to eating extra clean and working out super hard to get “Hawaiian Body Fit.”
During the 30 days, the client who brought in the most referrals won a trip to Hawaii.
To make it even more interesting, I printed out a flyer explaining the rules and customized each, so there was a super hot guy or girl’s body laying out on a Hawaiian beach with the client’s face photoshopped on it.
As I did with my other referral contests, I emailed and texted my clients the real-time competition results every day.
To make my clients super-motivated, the contest winner gets a free trip to Hawaii, but every client who refers a friend who signs up gets half of their next month of boot camp free.
Of course, I armed all of my boot camp members with my $100 plastic gift cards.
So there you have it – my five brand new, out-of-the-box client-getting strategies. Remember, the key, as always, is to take MASSIVE ACTION.
Rock on! Steve
It is Rick, now.
A huge thanks, Steve. Great information!
Thanks so much.
Rick Kaselj, MS