Here on Bootcamp Ideas we’ve mapped out content for the remainder of the year and it’s full of BCI goodness.
Kicking off next month we’ve got a new series of articles on running fitness challenges.
As we’ll show you, fitness challenges come in all shapes and sizes and are a great way to attract new blood to your sessions and reactivate old clients. We’ve interviewed trainers from the community to bring you what works and what doesn’t.
In November, there’s a new podcast coming!
This one is just for trainers like you and each short 20-25 minute episode will be focused on dissecting one actionable thing that worked for a group fitness instructor. It could be a marketing strategy, a training technique or even a simple business system. What we focus on will depend on the trainer that week.
And wrapping up December will be our usual best-of-the-best round up of bootcamp drills and a special daily email of workout inspiration.
Which leaves me with a question, what would you like to see next year?
A couple of months ago I asked you what you were struggling with as a trainer. We went through dozens of responses, reading each one and taking notes. I came up with 4 statements that cover the common responses.
As a trainer and/or fitness business owner, what would you say is your BIGGEST goal for next year, 2022?
Even though you might want to pick all four, please pick just one (after all, focusing on just one goal at a time gives you the best chance of success).
Which one goal resonates with you most:
- I want to build my confidence and skills as a trainer and coach.
- I want to focus on increasing engagement and improving my community.
- I want to grow my class sizes/membership.
- I want to create smarter systems and better use of my time in my business.
Leave a comment below with your chosen goal.
I’m looking forward to sharing some great articles and episodes with you in the coming months and also to see which goal is most popular.
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.