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Fit Business Insider Offers Last Chance for 30 Day Trial Promotion of Elite Training Mentorship Program

October 7, 2012

Fit Business Insider, the subsidiary company of Fitness Consulting Group which offers fitness marketing and fitness sales strategies, is running a promotion on its Elite Training Mentorship program. Through Tonight at Midnight EST, personal trainers can try the program for $1.

Elizabethtown, KY (PRWEB) October 07, 2012

Fitness Consulting Group, the company which offers free fitness business coaching through FitBusinessInsider.com, is currently promoting its Elite Training Mentorship program. The program is available until tonight at Midnight EST for a price of $1 for the first 30 days.

In addition to the mentorship advice available through the program, the company is also offering its customers a choice of the Fitness Sales Formula or Client Blitz as a bonus. Each product is valued at a retail price of $197.

“Tonight is the last chance we´re offering this amazing sale,” says Pat Rigsby, CEO of FitBusinessInsider.com´s parent company Fitness Consulting Group. “In addition to giving trainers the chance to become better at their craft, we are offering great fitness marketing materials through these two bonus products.”

As for the Elite Training Mentorship program, Rigsby explains that it was created to simplify the process of building a personal training business. Described as a “shortcut to becoming a better coach,” the program offers the unique opportunity to examine the best practices of some of the fitness industry´s leading coaches and trainers.

Members of the program will have access to videos from staff training sessions at elite gyms, example programs written by some of the world´s foremost personal trainers, video examples of exercises and progressions, fitness business templates, and much more.

“Normally, you would have to travel hundreds of miles or purchase book after book after book to have access to the fitness sales and personal training coaching of these experts,” says Rigsby´s business partner Nick Berry.

“The Elite Training Mentorship program cuts down on the time, money, and energy you need to expend to become a great coach and personal training business owner by bringing the best in the business right to you,” Berry continues.

Indeed, the program prominently features contributions from some of the most respected names in fitness and health.

Among the notable personal training business owners involved with the program include Eric Cressey of Cressey Performance, Mike Robertson, resistance band training expert Dave Schmitz, and natural bodybuilder Tyler English.

In addition to offering insights into their training methods, each trainer offers a unique look at how they created a fitness niche for their business and used it to enhance their fitness branding.

“If you want to improve your fitness business, your first move should be to become a better trainer,” says Rigsby. “By offering your clients a top notch experience in the gym, you will ensure their long-term commitment in a hands-on way that no amount of fitness marketing or personal trainer sales strategies could deliver.”

Only until tonight at Midnight EST, the program is available for a 30 day trial membership at a cost of $1. Normally, the program costs $47 per month.

For more information on the Elite Training Mentorship Program, visit: http://elitetrainingmentorship.com/try-etm/bonus/

About Pat Rigsby and Nick Berry: Pat Rigsby and Nick Berry are the co-owners of Fitness Consulting Group, a leading business development consulting firm within the fitness industry.

Fit Business Insider is part of the Fitness Consulting Group family of companies. It provides personal trainers, coaches, and fitness business owners around the world with business building programs, coaching, consulting, and resources.

To learn more about growing your fitness business, visit http://FitBusinessInsider.com

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