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The gymOS Podcast Episodes
In this episode, Chris discusses keeping your clients and how that can turn into an extra $80,000 per year.
Episode 13: Lessons from COVID-19: Prepare your Finances
In this episode, John talks discusses one of the most important issues gym owners face, their own finances.
In this episode, Craig discusses how independent gyms can take on the Goliaths of the fitness industry and come out on top.
In this episode, Andrew discusses the psychology and strategies behind successful lead generation and provides tried and true tips for generating more leads for your gym business.
In this episode, Liam talks about the value of a virtual assistant, marketing techniques, and steps to driving more traffic directly to your website and your gym.
This episode is packed full of great insights from Logan. He dives deep into learning concepts, growth through negative feedback, leadership capacity, and (most importantly) neck tattoos.
In this episode, Chris talks about traversing the world of entrepreneurship, building a community versus building an audience, lead generation, and developing a results-focused mindset.
This is a fun episode because Dan and Chris get to rap about their early years of gym ownership as well as their journey to starting PushPress. Chris also dives into why, as a gym owner, you should care about your brand, aesthetic, and the user experience you’re creating for your customers.
He sits down with Dan to discuss how he went from being an engineer to a CEO, what it means to be an ethical salesperson, and why fitness professionals should understand their true value.
Hear some insight into being a Navy Seal trained by the eventual CrossFit Games Director, Dave Castro… what it’s like being on the floor of the CrossFit Games, how he’s trying to help gym owners do better, and more!