President of the Fitness Franchise, Fit Body Boot Camp, Bedros Keuilian Announces Top 6 Ways to Sell More Personal Training
Bedros Keuilian, president of the indoor fitness boot camp franchise, Fit Body Boot Camp, announces his top six ways to sell more personal training in order to help fitness entrepreneurs grow their business.
Chino Hills, CA (PRWEB) July 05, 2013
As any fitness professional knows, there is a lot to keep in mind when running a personal training business. Keeping existing clients happy and signing on new ones is an important aspect to growing any business. That is why fitness business coaching expert and president of the indoor fitness boot camp franchise, Fit Body Boot Camp, Bedros Keuilian has released his top six ways to sell more personal training.
Keuilian says that he released these tips because he believe it is important for fitness trainers to know how to sell more personal training in order to grow their business. He explains, “I created this list to show personal trainers ways to grow their own business because I’ve helped hundreds of others reach success and their true earning potential by sharing this information.”
Here are six ways to sell more personal training:
1. Publish case studies. Case studies can be done on both a website and blog, in print, and in emails. Case studies are success stories that are shared with potential clients showcasing how another client was able to lose fat, get fit, have more energy with the fitness programs offered.
2. Demonstrate social proof. Include testimonials in video, print, along with before and after pictures in all marketing materials, such as a website, postcard, framed on the walls of your facility, in print ads and even on business cards.
3. Send an unexpected and meaningful gift when someone joins your program. It should not matter if they join as full paying clients right from the get go, or if they come in on a short term offer, send them something really special and meaningful in the mail.
4. Set up an EFT account (electronic funds transfer) and get their payments taken out of your client’s accounts automatically. This way you can focus on what you are good at and that’s getting your clients in the best shape possible.
5. Try group training. They are more time effective for a fitness business owner because they are able train multiple clients at a time, and they are more cost effective for their clients as they are cheaper than one-on-one sessions.
6. Be passionate, enthusiastic, likable and keep your energy high. I once did a survey when I had over 50 trainers working for me. I asked their clients what they liked most in a personal trainer. The majority came back with passion, enthusiasm, likability, and energy.
About Bedros Keuilian
Bedros Keuilian, CEO of the company PT Power and President of the indoor fitness boot camp franchise, Fit Body Boot Camp, is a long time fitness marketing and personal training sales expert who has helped thousands of personal trainers worldwide grow their personal training businesses. To find out more about Bedros Keuilian, his company PT Power, or Fit Body Boot Camp, please visit http://www.ptpower.com, and http://www.myfitbodybootcamp.com
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