Deanna Pizitz has spent a lot of time around males. From her dad and step-dad to her three sons, she’s paid her dues when it comes to tolerating testosterone. When she found herself ready to take on a new job back in 2015, she knew it had to be a place where more women frequented often.
Hilary Downey gained 100 pounds during pregnancy with her first child. After months of holding onto what she referred to as “baby weight” she realized that it was no longer just attributed to her pregnancy, but rather her lifestyle.
COVID or no COVID, online coaching is here to stay.
Dana Burke started her coaching journey four years ago. Today, she runs two different fitness programs, has her own app, is a certified Level 1 Crossfit instructor, and still finds the time to be an awesome mom.
You’ve seen it before—a life where you can make money coaching others in health and wellness.
We’re back with Part III of our series on starting, running, and growing your health and fitness brand. Just in case you forgot, we’ve helped you identify your niche and create a content plan that will build the foundation for your brand’s growth.
In case you’ve been out of the loop the last few days, a lot has happened in the fitness ecosystem. A gym juggernaut has officially fallen from grace as other virtual health and fitness practices have seen massive growth in membership.
You’re reading this article because you’re tired of sacrificing time for dollars. You’re tired spending your entire week coaching with only a few clients to show for it. You’re tired of 1 on 1 sessions every single day, followed by hours of prep work, and no vacations or time spent away from work.
Is your current client list lacking actual clients?