RAISING

inspiration for extraordinary fitness careers

THE BAR

Issue 16

WELCOME TO ISSUE 16 OF RAISING THE BAR

this edition does it better than most.

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Dennis Hosking
Founder & Managing Director
FITREC & HealthyPeople

CONTENTS
Ryan Koski

Being responsible for overseeing the management of fitness franchises located all over the world, Ryan Koski has an abundance of experience and has learned many lessons. Here, he shares six of his key tips for anyone who owns or is considering owning a fitness franchise.

Steve Grant

Without a steady stream of new faces, your fitness studio could be in for a rough time this year, making it harder to keep good staff, fix equipment, put on parties for member retention and smashing your business profits.

Tim Karajas

HEALTH We know running is popular because: it’s cheap and convenient it gets you outside, accessing the mood-boosting superpower of nature. running is the backbone of many sports – AFL, soccer, hockey, you name it! runners can take part in really great mass participation events, from The London Marathon to their local parkrun! Given this, […]

Tommy Trout

There are changes being proposed to Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). This article, by inclusion specialist Tommy Trout, explores these changes and if you can get through it, then you’re most likely among those who will benefit from them! Keen to find out more? Read on…

Lachlan Moriarty

‘Artificial Intelligence’ (AI) is the buzzword of the current times, to the point that it can sometimes feel like everything is being ‘revolutionised’ to now use AI. Lachlan Moriarty explains.

Nikeeta Phagura

Advertising is essential for Personal Trainers, but paid adverts on social media platforms is probably not the best way to attract new clients to coach in-person. Nikeeta Phagura explains.

Benny Price

xxxxx It used to be incredibly easy to be a Personal Trainer. You just had to stay one step ahead of your clients. Maybe that was an extra magazine subscription, a few more hours’ experience in the gym, or a weekend certification. And then came the Internet. Suddenly, our clients were much better informed. Free […]

Sarah Shortt

If you’ve ever forgotten the choreography or felt your presenting fell short of expectations, you may have experienced ‘choking’. Try these hacks to help you maintain peak performance when it counts.

Brad Cunningham

Building a thriving community and incredible culture in your gym or studio is an essential part of any successful business. But it requires more than simply hosting a couple of events for members. Brad Cunningham explains.

Laurie Arrowsmith

Incorporating meditation into personal training and other fitness sessions can offer a holistic approach to fitness, addressing both the physical and mental wellbeing of clients. Laurie Arrowsmith explains.

Tim Sunderland

This article explores four key areas to ensure variety within your strength programs, so your clients can continue to produce the results they desire.