While I’m hearing mostly success stories from trainers making the switch to online, I understand that some of you are having a harder time with it.
Doing things for the first time is really hard. It’s much easier when you can refer to what is working for other people and get support during the times you mess up.
This situation isn’t going away. If you want to keep training people, put your best foot forward and go from there.
From today until Sunday I’m temporarily lowering the entry price to BootCraft for new members. You can get started for just $7.
The discount is designed to help you keep costs low over the next 3 months while you get the hang of running your business online.
We’ve already added many virtual workout drills (68 drills and counting) plus we’ve got hundreds of other drills to inspire you to new adaptations.
But the main thing Crafters (what we call BootCraft subscribers) have been grateful for is the Crafter Community. Everyone is going through the same thing right now and being able to learn from each other’s mistakes and ask questions like ‘How much should I charge now?’, ‘How does Zoom work?’ and ‘Does anyone have a good virtual warm up?’ has been a life saver for trainers.
If you want support and ideas for the online group fitness world we live in now, I hope you’ll consider BootCraft.
Kyle Wood created Bootcamp Ideas in 2010 when he was hunting around on the internet for workout ideas. He ran a successful bootcamp in Victoria, Australia and spends his spare time managing this site, adventuring (or lazying) with his wife and find new ways to make bootcamps even better.