As business owners and instructors, you rely on the relationships you build, whether it be with a new client at your studio or with a brand you hope to partner with.
Owning a client-facing business requires nurturing and creative parenting: for your employees, your community, and your individual clients.
You can’t be everything for your client — lasting change has to come from something larger than yourself. Use these techniques to help clients find their own motivation for change.
We explore ways to offer affordable benefits to your employees that will keep them invested in working for your studio.
Studio owners and instructors alike know just how competitive the world of fitness…
Have your mind set on expanding to a new coast? We break down a few ways to make it a reality while remaining remote.
If you’re considering offering childcare at your studio or gym, there’s a lot to think about.
Five years ago, Alex Nicholas turned his love of running obstacle races into his first boutique fitness studio. Now, there are 7 Epic Hybrid Training studios and more in the works.
The busiest time of the year for fitness is also the most stressful.
The new year is right around the quarter, which means there’s a fresh opportunity to establish new goals for your business.