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GENERATE HUNDREDS OF LEADS ONLINE FOR YOUR GYM

In the past years, I have made it my mission to help my clients generate as many leads as I can for their fitness businesses. In doing so, I’ve spent a ton of time and money testing and figuring out exactly what does and doesn’t work when it comes to marketing for fitness business.

While every online marketing campaign’s performance varies based on factors like your gym’s location, offer, sales process, and overall experience, the most successful marketing schemes follow these simple strategies.

A PROVEN OFFER

The first part of your online advertising campaign must start with an amazing, proven offer at your fitness studio. This is what catches potential members’ attention. We’ve found that offering a free week to be the most effective because it allows people to come check out your studio and take a few classes without any commitment. If you give them a great experience during their free week, it’s likely that they’ll sign up and become paying members.

A one week free trial is a good bet, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only option out there. Here are a few other paid offers that other  fitness studios have had a lot of success with as well:

  • 20% off forever
  • 20% off for 3 months
  • 6-Week Challenge

Once you have a proven offer, your next step is to get it in front of as many people in your target demographic as possible.

MADE IT A VIDEO AD

Fact: Facebook videos get a 135% broader reach than photos and gets better engagement.

In your video, think about giving people a quick tour of the studio, showing them what your classes look like, and explaining what they can expect when they come in. Show off your personality and get people excited to come check out your studio.

When you are done editing your video, add captions to increase view time by up to 12%. Not everyone wants to watch video with sound, so captions make people more likely to watch your video longer and engage with it.

Another tip to increase engagement is to upload videos directly to Facebook instead of sharing a link from YouTube, Vimeo, or Wistia. Native videos auto-play on Facebook, whereas shared links require you to click on them and take you to an external website.

So once you have an awesome offer and a great Facebook ad to promote that offer, you want to take people somewhere easy for them to redeem the promotion. That’s where landing pages come in. And in order to optimize that landing page and stay in front of people who decide they don’t want your free week even after they click on your ad … you need retargeting.

RETARGETING

On average, it takes about 7 impressions of your business before someone decides to buy. Retargeting comes allows you to continuously market to people who visit your website or landing page even after they’ve left - and all because you’ve placed a Facebook retargeting pixel on the page(s). This way, you still have a chance to convert people with your free week even after they’ve left.

Here’s the process: If someone sees your ad, clicks on it, and goes to your landing page but they don’t claim the offer, you can use retargeting ads to remind them about your promotion.

Once they claim their offer, the first thing they should get is a welcome email that thanks them and lets them know what they should do next. After a few days, send out another email that asks them if they’ve claimed the offer, and you can include a bonus offer to give as an incentive.

The most successful fitness studios generate tons of leads online with these strategies. Once the leads start pouring in, be sure to follow up with them as soon as possible and have a strong sales process.

 

 

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ABOUT STEVE GRANT

Steve Grant is an expert in business coaching for gym owners with 20 years of fitness industry experience including 4 years as a Health and Wellness Lecturer at ACPE and 8 years as the owner of one of Sydney’s most profitable fitness studios.  

 Steve is first Fitness Business Mentor to deliver innovative Gym Marketing Ideas from around the world, that add an extra $100k profit to any fitness business. Gym Hub provides a buyers group to help gym owners reduce expenses, as well access to proven systems for staff recruitment and development, teaching members to become highly leveraged and work as little as 12 hours per week.

Crucial Marketing Stats That Gym Owners Should Know

Creating content and picking the perfect platform to get your material out there has quickly become a must for marketing your fitness business.  If you aren’t getting yourself in front of your target audience, well, this is the best time to do it.

Why you say?  The fist stat will explain that for you. 

Here are 15 important industry findings that will help you strategise your marketing:

On Adding Value

  1. Though content marketing costs more than outbound marketing, it has been proven to generate more leads.  Content marketing includes social media, blogs, emails, videos, etc.  This involves creating online material that will add value to your target audience’s life and spark their interest in your gym’s brand.

On the Significance of Content Marketing

  1. More than 60% of marketers who create AT LEAST one new content every day won't find it as challenging to get leads as those who create content inconsistently (eMarketer)
  2. The conversion rates are 6 times higher for those who adopt content marketing, than those who don’t (Aberdeeen)
  3. About 61% of consumers say that they will be more likely to purchase from businesses that provide custom content (Dragon Search)

On using email as a marketing tool

  1. Using email as a marketing tool has twice as much ROI than plain old cold calling (Close.io)
  2. Roughly 53% of emails will be opened on a mobile device, so it would be wise to make your emails mobile friendly (Campaign Monitor)
  3. Using subject lines bearing the recipient's name are more likely to be opened by 2.6% (Close.io)

On publishing blogs

  1. Contents for blogs are getting more lengthy and more visual.  On the average, a blog post has a length of about 1,050 words per topic. (Orbit Media Studios)
  2. Using longer blog posts will generate 9x more leads than shorter ones. (Curata)
  3. Businesses who actively post blogs receive 55% more site traffic than those who don’t publish regularly (HubSpot)

On Live Streaming

  1. People are willing to spend 3x more of their time watching live videos than viewing pre-recorded ones – Social Media Today
  2. Live videos are growing more than other types of online videos, with a marked increase of 113% in growth every year (Livestream)
  3. 10 times more Facebook users comment on live videos than regular ones. (The Motley Fool)

On Social Media Marketing

  1. Video ads with captions increases viewing time by 12% (Facebook)
  2. Using video posts have a 135% broader reach than using photo or plain text (Social Media Today)

While paid marketing still has its place in any successful fitness business marketing campaign, content marketing is still the cheapest--and now also the highest converting--marketing strategy. Strategies that add genuine value like emails, blogs, and live streaming with your target audience will not only qualify your leads, but ensure a consistent lead flow throughout the year.

Please leave a comment below and share which one of these tips you find most useful.

Thanks in advance!

 

Steve

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5 Ways to Grow Your Instagram Followers Fast

The Instagram game has changed and its harder to get followers in this platform. Are you wondering how to get more Insta followers for your gym? Don’t worry, its not just you who is seeing less and less audience reach, everyone is.

If you want to get your fair share of Instagram followers, you need to create a fresh perspective and strategy. Here are 5 tips to help you conquer the constant change in the Instagram algorithm and get your gym more Insta followers:

1. Complete your Instagram profile and invest on its aesthetics
Pay attention to what your Instagram feed looks like. Your Instagram business profile is your first opportunity to make a great impression and entice your target audience to hit the “follow” button.

Imagine going through different photos in your explore feed when you browse using your favorite hashtag. Once you see something interesting, you move over to their feed and you wonder what they do? But if they see just a bunch of emojis in your bio, and the feed is all over the place, would you follow that person? Probably not.

How do we change this? Make sure to create a consistent brand story throughout your profile and you will turn your casual visitors into engaged followers. Your profile is a reflection of your brand and if you do it right, it will not be hard to convert.

Take note as well that your Instagram profile is now becoming your new homepage since more and more people are using Instagram instead of other platforms such as Facebook or Google. This means that you have to put in more effort into the visuals you put out for your gym in Instagram.

To create a great first impression, remember:

  • Your Insta feed should be consistent and followers should know exactly what to expect when they follow you.
  • Use Instagram Stories Highlights to introduce your brand and treat it like a movie trailer for your gym product or service. Use this to put your best content out there!
  • Have an eye-catching bio, focus on your target customer and highlight how your Instagram profile can help them.
  • If you want to go a step further, create an ABOUT section in your highlights and introduce yourself. This will allow followers to get to know you and your business better and know what to expect from your feed.

2. Get more exposure by using your Instagram Stories
You may not know this, but Instagram stories appear in the explore feed which means that people who are not following your feed also get a chance to see your posts, and if they like what they see, they might just follow you!

To make your story appear as a public Instagram story, make sure to add a relevant hashtag and add your location. Its easy, just click the hashtag and location sticker and add it in!

3. Get more followers by using the right hashtags for your posts
Think of hashtags as categories and classify your products accordingly. Also, choose hashtags with a purpose. Come up with hashtags for the purpose of your account, your target market, and your location. Then, you can also add specific hashtags like your gym name, or something unique only to you.

4. Get your gym featured outside Instagram
Spend time to promote your Instagram account in other platforms. When people see your brand online, they usually would look you up on Instagram even before they search for you in Google. Getting your business featured in someone else’s blog or podcast, for example, are awesome ways to get more followers. Always take advantage of this opportunity to plug your Instagram account and offer your link.

When you have a regular newsletter that goes out to your target audience, find creative ways to start linking your Instagram account.

5. Boost to a new audience
Although Insta ads are not as popular as Facebook ads, its not a bad idea to invest in boosting your Instagram posts by running your own ad campaign. Boosting a post in Instagram is not as difficult as putting out a Facebook ad and setting up a business manager. All you need to do is go into your post and click on PROMOTE. Instagram will pull in a similar audience to those who follow you and share that post to them and will appear as a “sponsored” post with a call-to-action button

The Instagram algorithm continues to make an impact and its important to be more and more strategic in order to get more followers. Hopefully, these tricks can help your gym stay ahead of the competition

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ABOUT STEVE GRANT

Steve Grant is an expert in business coaching for gym owners with 20 years of fitness industry experience including 4 years as a Health and Wellness Lecturer at ACPE and 8 years as the owner of one of Sydney’s most profitable fitness studios.  

 Steve is first Fitness Business Mentor to deliver innovative Gym Marketing Ideas from around the world, that add an extra $100k profit to any fitness business. Gym Hub provides a buyers group to help gym owners reduce expenses, as well access to proven systems for staff recruitment and development, teaching members to become highly leveraged and work as little as 12 hours per week.

4 TIPS TO BOOST YOUR GYM’S WEBSITE CONVERSION RATE

If you need generic tips on how to increase traffic to your website, all you need to do is consult Google and find that it is flooded with articles relating to the topic. But if you need  proven techniques on how to turn website visitors into actual leads – well that’s a whole different ball game.

Lead conversion is the calculated process of turning website traffic into ‘actual leads’ and developing a strategy to do that for your fitness business can be tricky and time consuming before you see results.

In this article, I will share my 4 easiest tips that you can use to get the ball rolling

1. THE 5-SECOND TEST

The 5 Second Test operates on the principle that you have just 5 seconds to grab your visitors attention before they will leave your site -  So within 5 seconds, your website needs to tell visitors

  1. Who you are
  2. What you offer
  3. Why they should care

It may sound simplistic, but making these three points clear within 5 seconds is easier said than done. In fact, you wouldn’t believe how many websites don’t pass the 5 second test!

So, how do you ensure your website passes with flying colors? Here are some suggestions:

Ensure your headline text is clear and straight to the point so they know instantly what you offer. Being clever is cool, but you must never mistake clever for confusing. Always go for clarity. If your headline doesn’t explain exactly what you are about, then it needs to be simplified.

Have attention grabbing imagery. The first thing that grabs people’s attention when they visit your website are the photos you have on there. In fact, the brain processes imagery way faster than text, which means your website imagery must always be on point. To do that, you have to make sure you are using images that grab your visitors attention. Showcase your products and services in a way that pops, and help your visitors visualise what they’ll be getting from your business.

 

2. REMOVE DISTRACTIONS AND DECLUTTER

Don’t fill your website with things and information that clutter information. That will only prevent visitors from focusing on your main goal – to convert them into leads.

Do a quick drive around in your website and if you feel that there is too much going on, remove things that you don’t need. Make your signup areas the main focus and start capturing leads from your website.

 

3. USE EFFECTIVE OFFERS TO DRAW IN LEADS

Capturing new leads for a fitness business can be tough, but having a low-barrier main offer on your site can help you convert more visitors.

If your main offer is something like “Book your fitness class now [at full price],” then its not real appealing to act now and won't get much interaction.

To resolve this, choose a low barrier offer. Try running the main offer on your website as something free or just stupidly cheap. Some of my favorites are:

  • Get your first session for free.
  • Unlimited group classes this month for $7!

It may sound crazy, but if you already run group fitness classes, then adding a couple of extra people on a promo price isn’t going to harm your class quality or cost you an extra in wages. And if you run awesome classes that get results, then after the first month, it’s likely these people will go ahead and sign up. So, for a few free classes, you’ve now generated a regular paying customer.

This is much more effective than the boring “Free Consultation” offer that many people avoid because they expect a big SALES PITCH . You could end up doing 15 free consultations and getting zero clients. That’s a whole lot of time wasted.

 

4. KEEP YOUR OPT-INS SIMPLE

Simplicity plays a huge role in driving conversions. Let’s face it, nobody likes a tonne of confusing steps to opt in. We like it to be easy.

Simplify your forms.

I recommend cutting away any unnecessary fat on your form fields. If you want people to give their name, just ask for their first name rather than two fields for first and surname – simplify. You might also try just asking for their email address, rather than their mobile number etc. Keep in mind that people tend to be wary when giving out their personal details online, so don’t get too pushy in your forms, otherwise you may scare them away.

Add a subscribe box to your blog posts.

If you blog regularly on your website, add your main call-to-action to your articles. Do it with an offer in your sidebar, or at the bottom of your article to ensure maximum conversions.

 

 

 

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ABOUT STEVE GRANT

Steve Grant is an expert in business coaching for gym owners with 20 years of fitness industry experience including 4 years as a Health and Wellness Lecturer at ACPE and 8 years as the owner of one of Sydney’s most profitable fitness studios.  

 Steve is first Fitness Business Mentor to deliver innovative Gym Marketing Ideas from around the world, that add an extra $100k profit to any fitness business. Gym Hub provides a buyers group to help gym owners reduce expenses, as well access to proven systems for staff recruitment and development, teaching members to become highly leveraged and work as little as 12 hours per week.

Creating Relevant Social Content for Your Gym

Social media has evolved over the years to become a giant element for most marketing plans. But if you continue to struggle to get a handle on your social media presence, don't go into a meltdown, it's not just you. Everyone, including big brands have a tough time sometimes getting this right. And that's because it can be a challenge to effectively focus your efforts and get your content in front of the right people.

And that's where the disconnect lies --to achieve any sort of success with your social content so that it helps your fitness business, you have to start by properly identifying your audience.

Here's what you can do

TARGET, TARGET, TARGET

No, I don't need you to go shopping right now. I need you to really focus and think about who you want to reach with your social media posts. While it’s tempting to want to reach everyone in a single swipe, it's that kind of mindset that typically leads to fails social campaigns because the most effective way to create social content that will actually resonate with your target market is by building buyer avatars. Who do you want to talk to? Knowing what your potential members like will allow you to tailor your content specifically for them. 

Properly segmenting your audience through personas can also help you to determine which social media channels you should be using to reach a particular group of people, and which messages will inspire people to come to your gym.

HELP PROBLEM SOLVE IN YOUR FUNNEL?

Social media is often considered a “top-of-the-funnel” marketing channel that is super effective in building brand awareness and trust.

If you get it right, it can help you reach people that are further down the funnel and even drive sales. So, once you’ve crafted your member image, acknowledge the main ‘pain points’ and ‘challenge’ that make getting a good result hard for them and outline a solution. This is where your blogs and other material come in. Make them engaging so that you can move your potential members closer to decision. 

CUSTOMISE YOUR URLS AND TRACK THEM

One of the easiest ways to track the effectiveness of your content is through custom URLs that allows you to track campaign sources, traffic medium and more. This is awesome for segmenting traffic to determine which messages resonates on certain channels.

CONVERSIONS OVER CONVERSATIONS

If you know where your traffic comes from, the next step is to set concrete goals for your efforts. Without clear targets, it’s easy to lose sight of what contents are actually connecting with your audience.

It’s still important to initiate and track social conversations. But you don't just talk the talk, your primary goal should be to drive traffic to your website for killer business. Trackable conversions can include everything from contact form submissions and phone number clicks to video demos and online transactions.  When done right, creating social content has the power to attract new audiences, inspire existing fans and drive revenue for your fitness business. And that’s exactly what you should be doing.

 

 

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ABOUT STEVE GRANT

Steve Grant is an expert in business coaching for gym owners with 20 years of fitness industry experience including 4 years as a Health and Wellness Lecturer at ACPE and 8 years as the owner of one of Sydney’s most profitable fitness studios.  

 Steve is first Fitness Business Mentor to deliver innovative Gym Marketing Ideas from around the world, that add an extra $100k profit to any fitness business. Gym Hub provides a buyers group to help gym owners reduce expenses, as well access to proven systems for staff recruitment and development, teaching members to become highly leveraged and work as little as 12 hours per week.

What are people looking for in a Fitness Studio

As a gym owner, you know how important it is to get new members each month. But what you may not know is what your potential members are  looking for  for when they come and visit your studio for the first time.

But the stats do. Here are 8 statistics that tell you what people actually want in a fitness studio:

1. 95% OF FITNESS STUDIO MEMBERS COME BACK BECAUSE OF THEIR  INSTRUCTORS

It's important to get the right people in your team, especially if they're going to be representing your brand in an important position like a group fitness instructor. Good instructors must not only give good classes … they set the tone for your members’ entire gym experience. As the frontliners, they should be able to motivate your members  and get them to work harder for their fitness goals so they keep returning to class week after week.

When interviewing, here are some things to keep in mind:

  1. Set expectations right away. Let them know what’s expected of them by going over what your gym culture is, the expected hours, your level of customer service, etc. need to Knowing these things early in will likely help them succeed at your location.
  2. Get down and dirty. Ask the hard questions -- when’s a time they missed a deadline or got fired? Why did it happen? Did they learn anything from it?
  3. Administer a personality test. This gives you more insight into their how they are going to be in the workplace, if they fit in with the rest of the team, how their work ethic is, and even how they prefer to be led and talked with.

2. 50% OF MEMBERS STAY AT THEIR CURRENT GYM BECAUSE IT WAS CONVENIENT TO GET TO.

Convenience is a big factor that determines whether or not people will return to your gym after their first visit. Remember, your members want something that fits easily into their routine.

Here are some ways you can make your studio more convenient:

  • Offer more class times, and make sure you are covering the hours when people are getting off work, early in the morning, or maybe catching a quick workout during lunch hour.
  • Offer child care or “mommy and me” classes
  • Incorporate a snack or smoothie bar your members can visit after workouts
  • Use a reliable scheduling software so that members can book classes from their smartphones

3. 46% OF FORMER MEMBERS CANCEL BECAUSE OF EXPENSES.

Let’s pause here for a minute.

Pricing is a tricky subject for a lot of fitness studios. When your members say the “membership is too expensive, they really mean they are not getting enough value from it.

Take a look at everything your gym has to offer. Do your members typically leave right after a workout, or do they hang around for a bit after class and chat? Do your instructors take the time to engage with each one of their students, or are they leaving some of them out? What is your gym culture? Does it match what you think it should be?

4. 60% OF MEMBERS WITH LAPSED MEMBERSHIPS WOULD CONSIDER REJOINING.

According to a Nielsen survey from 2013, 60% of fitness studio members who let their memberships lapse would consider rejoining. So your lapsed or canceled members provide a huge opportunity for growing your membership.

A simple way to stay on their radar is to add that member’s email address to a mailing list specifically for canceled members. Send this newsletter out less frequently than your main one, like once every other month or quarterly, and make sure you include:

  • Offers or promotions that you are running
  • Gym Highlights since the last newsletter
  • Sneak peeks at upcoming events or challenges
  • Features about your top performing members (challenge winners, most visits, etc.)

And if you offer an incentive for previous members interested in rejoining, this is the perfect place to mention it.

5. MORE THAN 40% OF FITNESS STUDIOS NOW OFFER GROUP FITNESS CLASSES LIKE YOGA, BARRE, OR KICKBOXING.

Currently, 36% of all people who go to gyms do some type of fitness class, and that number just keeps growing! Capitalise on that by offering group classes! If your fitness studio falls into this 40%, then you’re already on the right track. But simply offering group fitness classes isn’t enough … find a way to stand out from the crowd. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Build an awesome playlist
  • Increase the competition (and turn class into a game) with heart rate monitors
  • Survey your paying members and ask what other classes they’d like incorporated into your studio
  • Offer amenities that provide an experience, like cool lavender towels after yoga, a snack bar after TRX or bootcamp, and so on

6. APPROXIMATELY 44% OF GYM-GOERS EXERCISE WITH AT LEAST 1 OTHER PERSON.

Having a gym buddy doesn’t just keep your members motivated during their workout, but it may even bring them back to your studio for longer. According to a 2011 study, couples who worked out together had a 6.3% dropout rate over the course of a year, compared to a whopping 43% dropout rate among couples who worked out separately.

This opens up an awesome opportunity for a membership referral program that includes incentives for both the current member and the lead they refer. This also makes your job of recruiting new members that much easier.

7. WOMEN MAKE UP 52% OF FITNESS CLUB MEMBERS AND 62% (OR MORE) OF GROUP FITNESS PARTICIPANTS.

It’s super important to know who your studio’s audience is. Studies show that fitness members are overwhelmingly women, especially when it comes to group fitness. Women are also more likely to purchase offers from Facebook, which comes in handy when you start advertising online.

So be sure that your brand appeals to your biggest audience. This means that your advertising imagery and wording must be geared toward the kind of members you want to attract.

8. 81% OF MILLENNIALS EXERCISE (OR WOULD LIKE TO), COMPARED TO 61% OF BABY BOOMERS.

If you struggle to attract enough members, you might not be in front of the right demographic. Studies show that millennials, or those aged 18-34, have a stronger desire to work out than people between 51 and 69.

 

So now that you’ve seen the numbers, and a better idea of what people want in a fitness studio. Let me know which you plan to incorporate and what else has worked for you!

 


ABOUT STEVE GRANT

Steve Grant is an expert in business coaching for gym owners with 18 years of fitness industry experience including 4 years as a Health and Wellness Lecturer at ACPE and 8 years as the owner of one of Sydney’s most profitable fitness studios.  

 Steve is first Fitness Business Mentor to deliver innovative Gym Marketing Ideas from around the world, that add an extra $100k profit to any fitness business. Gym Hub provides a buyers group to help gym owners reduce expenses, as well access to proven systems for staff recruitment and development, teaching members to become highly leveraged and work as little as 12 hours per week.

 

5 Essentials ingredients to a Successful Fitness Website

Attracting good quality visitors who engage with your website boils down to 3 points: Planning, Presentation, and Content. There is no such thing as a perfect formula for your website but following the tips below will point your online strategy in the right direction.

1. Target Audience

  • Identify your goal and target audience.
  • Research and find other examples you like to help you visualize a design.
  • Complete a 1-page customer avatar to Identify your target audience and design the entire site around that ideal customer. If you choose your color scheme, images and text with your target audience in mind, this will help make it a successful lead generator.
  • Identify how you want to express your studio’s purpose and messaging so that it appeals to the target audience through copywriting. Make a list of ‘keywords’ that they might search for on Google, and include them in your headings and messaging.

2. 7 Seconds to Impress

  • Fact: we have a short attention span of only 7 seconds so It’s crucial to capture website visitors’ attention instantly.
  • Within these 7 seconds, you need to make it clear WHO you are, WHAT you do, and who you do it FOR.
  • The best way to do this is to make your homepage crystal clear. Use a short, snappy headline and a video. Don’t be too outside the box or super quirky.
  • Ask an unbiased person to check out your website homepage and give them 7 seconds to determine what your business does. If they fail to do this within the 7 seconds, then need to make changes.

3. Opt in form

  • A call-to-action CTA is an image or text that prompts those who visit your website to take a certain action, it could be to sign up for a newsletter, click to move to another page, or to book a class.
  • Websites that only act like a business card with no CTA will get very few conversions.
  • Fact: 90% of those who visit a website are not ready to purchase when they first go to your page. In order to overcome this, offer them a low barrier, high value gift like a free trial or an eBook. You can then nurture them into becoming a paying customer by using your email funnels and retargeting ads.

4. Mobile Friendly

  • The majority of Australians now use smartphones and browse online more than they use computers or laptops and as technology evolves, your business should too.
  • Optimising your website for mobile use should be one of your priorities. Your website should be able to deliver content no matter what device someone uses

5. Social Proof

  • With so many gyms and fitness studios to choose from, most customers will now visit your website to check your credibility before they email, call or drop in. Telling people how good you are at something feels a bit false and salesy, however when visitors to your site read real testimonies, see real photos and learn about real success stories from people who live in the area they are far more likely to want to work with you.

 

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ABOUT STEVE GRANT

Steve Grant is an expert in business coaching for gym owners with 18 years of fitness industry experience including 4 years as a Health and Wellness Lecturer at ACPE and 8 years as the owner of one of Sydney’s most profitable fitness studios.  

 Steve is first Fitness Business Mentor to deliver innovative Gym Marketing Ideas from around the world, that add an extra $100k profit to any fitness business. Gym Hub provides a buyers group to help gym owners reduce expenses, as well access to proven systems for staff recruitment and development, teaching members to become highly leveraged and work as little as 12 hours per week.