Hannah Johnson is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Discover Strength, a fast growing personal training business based in Minneapolis with seven studios in Minnesota. Their personal training facilities are among the highest volume and revenue training facilities in the world. They provide 30-minute personal training sessions using an evidence-based high intensity strength training approach.
Year over year, these small studios (<2,000 square feet) generate over $1MM in revenue per studio.
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Hannah Johnson is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Discover Strength, one of the fast growing personal training businesses in the US with seven studios and counting.
Every year, Discover Strength's small studios (<2,000 sq ft) generate over $1MM in revenue per studio.
Lawrence Neal is the Founder of High Intensity Business and Co-Founder of Optima Strength, a personal training business in Galway, Ireland.
During the past six years, Lawrence has helped many high intensity training entrepreneurs start and build successful HIT businesses. Right now, he has 60+ clients within the HIT Business Membership community including many top names you probably know like Dr Doug McGuff, Adam Zickerman, and Skyler Tanner.
Lawrence hosts the #1 HIT podcast High Intensity Business (formerly Corporate Warrior) with 10-15,000 monthly downloads. The podcast has over 300 episodes with high intensity training and fitness business experts.
Lawrence creates content with the top HIT entrepreneurs like Luke Carlson (Owner, Discover Strength $5,000,000+ revenue), Kyle Recchia (COO, The Perfect Workout $20,000,000+ revenue), and Patrik Meier (COO, Kieser Training $193,000,000 revenue).
Before going full-time on High Intensity Business, Lawrence has 10 years experience in complex B2B technology sales, generating over $10,000,000 in contract revenue.
Dr Doug McGuff and Lawrence Neal at the 2018 Resistance Exercise Conference