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Delivering the 'personal training experience'

In Personal Training it's not what you do, but how you do it

Last blog in this series

I started this little series of blogs to talk about numbers that matter when growing your personal training business. 



Here are the numbers I've been talking about.

5 is how many people you need to meet and talk to about their training

3 is how many people you meet and greet that you can eventually call a lead

2 is how many people of the 5 you meet, that you can comfortably ask to sit down with you

1 is how many of the two that sat down with you, who will be training with you a month later



In this final blog I'm going to touch on 'creating personal training experiences' which is likely one of the most influential areas you can work on if you want to get the final number 'how many people will be training with you a month later'

Here is a link to a pdf that covers everything that I would work through with a new Personal Trainer in the first month around session delivery - you'll need to login to see it

DOWNLOAD>>> 'a guide to delivering addictive sessions' <<<DOWNLOAD

Earlier blogs in this series

In the first blog I talked about 5.  I gave a couple of simple ways to get that number moving consistently.

In the second blog I talked about 'asking people to dance' (for a consultation) which is about getting those number 3 and 2 working.



The report took a little while to put together and I'd love to improve it in any way I can for all the Personal Trainers coming in to our industry - please leave any comments or suggestions below.

Thanks in advance - Steven G

alicia Johnson
alicia Johnson says:
Jan 15, 2013 06:15 PM

Hi Steve, I have logged in and clicked on the link but it doesn't seem to be working for me. Any ideas?

Steven Gourley
Steven Gourley says:
Jan 15, 2013 07:13 PM

Yikes. Try again now - really sorry about this!

Steven Gourley
Steven Gourley says:
Jan 15, 2013 07:35 PM

Hi. I've logged in as my 'test' self and the document downloads as a pdf. However, there seems to be a hitch where you have to hold down 'alt' on your screen and click the little 'refresh' button on your browser to get it to load. I suspect this is the computer Gremlins working against a good cause! Please let me know if you can't get to the download by doing this little 'alt' 'refresh' trick. Thanks for using - Steven G

Alicia says:
Jan 21, 2013 10:39 PM

Thanks Steven, after a play around, it worked when I held down "shift" and clicked the link :)