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In today’s fitness landscape, consumers are on the hunt for the ultimate fitness experience—an all-in-one solution that fits seamlessly into their lives. As a business owner, you’re looking for strategies to maximize your growth potential and build business resilience for years to come. With the right business model, you can do both. 

Learn how going digital and offering a 360° approach to client health and wellness can set your business up for long-term success while also helping your clients or members achieve their goals. Plus, hear from real trainers and fitness business owners on how they leveled up their businesses and put their client experience first.

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover the business benefits of going digital and adopting either a hybrid or 100% online approach to delivering your services.
  • Learn how to incorporate the 3 pillars of client wellness (fitness, nutrition, habits) into your business and leverage them to increase client engagement by up to 400%.
  • Hear from real trainers and fitness business owners on how they’ve made the move to digital and developed a business model that puts client experience first and helps them grow, adapt, and thrive in a rapidly evolving and ever-changing industry.

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Sharad Mohan

Co-Founder and CEO
Trainerize

Sharad Mohan is the Co-founder and Managing Director of Trainerize—the company known for digitizing the fitness club experience—and the driving force behind their mission to “make fitness accessible”. Sharad is helping fitness businesses leverage technology to stay relevant in the digital fitness age and engage people in new ways using mobile and wearable devices.
 

 

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