247 – Lawrence Neal – How to Start a HIT Business Part 2

Lawrence Neal
Lawrence Neal, Founder, High Intensity Business

I wanted to start a personal training business in one form or another for several years now. However, the podcast and HIT Business Membership have always taken center stage. More recently, I realized it makes a lot of sense for me to start a personal training business to document the journey, developing my expertise, and providing more value to you in both the podcast and the membership.

In the Part 1, I covered the first steps to starting a HIT business, software and tools to help you run your business and how to prepare for personal training before you are certified. In this episode, I talk about location, equipment and insurance, setting up a website for your business, market research, and much more.

Get an inside look at Lawrence’s HIT studio business and proven systems inside HIT Business Membership

 

 

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This episode is brought to you by the Resistance Exercise Conference

Would you like to:

  • Learn from the top strength training professionals and researchers?
  • Network and connect with other exercise professionals from all over the world?
  • And get inspired, rejuvenated, and focused on your strength training business?

I certainly do, and that is why this will be my third appearance at REC. It’s my favourite weekend of the year, and I am so excited to attend again in March 2020.

So why should you attend REC?

Well, firstly, there will be keynote presentations from exercise icons like Dr. Bente Klarlund Pedersen, Stuart Phillips PhD, James Fisher PhD, and Luke Carlson.

As a studio owner, you will learn business tactics and strategies on how to grow your business from the CEO of Discover Strength, the highest revenue producing strength training company in the nation. Moreover, you will grow your network by connecting with other strength training business owners from around the world.

As a personal trainer, REC will provide you with tangible training techniques to take back to your clients to implement right away for better results. REC is approved by ACSM, NASM, ACE, and NSCA for continuing education credits.

The conference will be held on the 27th and 28th March 2020 at the gorgeous Graduate Hotel, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Join me and register now over at ResistanceExerciseConference.com

If you want to take your strength training business to the next level and build a world class personal training and business network, you must attend. Please register now over at ResistanceExerciseConference.com

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Show Notes

  • 2:15 – HIT business plan and HIT certifications
  • 9:39 – Studio location, equipments, and insurance
  • 18:17 – Website and email management
  • 23:16 – Market research
  • 29:57 – HIT Business Membership

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