Between coaching, landing new clients, and running your health and fitness business, it can seem like there isn’t even enough time to make yourself a protein shake in the morning.
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Instagram Reels exploded onto the scene in 2020. Developed as Facebook’s rival to TikTok, Reels have dominated the feed and explorer page.
You didn’t start a coaching business just to spend your time posting on Instagram, writing blogs, and sending out helpful newsletters.
Facebook pulls in an astounding 2.7 billion active users to its platform each month. As a coach and entrepreneur, you’re already familiar with the reach you can achieve by leveraging powerhouse social media platforms like Facebook.
What if you could cut your marketing efforts in half, and gain more clients for your coaching business?
You’ve probably thought about taking the month off to binge-watch Tiger King and drink wine like the rest of the world. But, your coaching instincts won’t let you do that—and you shouldn’t. The next 30 days are going to be a challenge none of us expected in 2020, as COVID-19 has cast its nasty shadow over the world. Both you and your clients have been forced out of the gym or office, and left with a tough choice: continue the health and fitness journey alone, or put it on pause like everyone else. As a coach, it’s your duty to partner with your clients on their health journey. Right now is your time to step up, and make an impact. It’s not going to be easy or sexy, but that’s what coaches do—we lead. So, here are the 6 ways you can be a kick-ass health and fitness coach during a global pandemic.
We’re not here to give you some flimsy business tips on how to get a few extra personal training clients. Instead, we’re about to hand over the steps to go from one-on-one training to making over 7-figures in revenue. But just like a workout routine, you have to do the work to see results.
Bronnie Ware spent almost a decade caring for people at the end of their lives. Year after year, she noticed patterns in her patient’s conversations, which led to her writing the best-selling memoir, The Top Five Regrets of the Dying. The book covered the experiences of working with the dying, and the thoughts that many face as they pass away.
Let’s be honest, you’ve probably got a few spammy emails and newsletters resting in your inbox. They’re boring, ugly, and no more than weeds in your digital garden, choking out your desire to read great emails.
“Fitness” is the 5th most common topic shared on Instagram—the hashtag alone has over 300 million posts associated with it. If you thought that was big, just look at how many posts “food” has—that’s right almost 400 million. That’s a lot of noise around two topics that drive the hell out of your fitness business.