People often talk about how it takes 21 days to start a habit. But did you know that it takes just 10 days to drive new revenue and raving fans into your business? Creating simple, replicable 10-day group programs can be a moneymaker in any fitness business. Learn how to execute this format from takeoff to touchdown, and get ready to increase your bottom line and deepen your impact in your community.
All kinds of individuals can do ten day programs, regardless of their level of fitness. Many people find it easy to commit to just ten days. And once they get a taste of it, they will become repeat customers and will probably bring their friends with them. It is a good idea to continually change the camp’s theme and prizes. Even if you change it up each time, your clients will know they will always have a great time.
These 10-day camps attract an equal blend of “regulars,” who repeat them several times a year, and newbies, who are taking the first step into fitness. Some people choose to participate in many consecutive camps. They like to exercise between camps, but find that committing to 10 days of healthy eating and tough workouts each month keeps them motivated.
When you run your business consistently, you save money by avoiding guesswork and you make money on results. If you don’t own a facility, build relationships in your community. Get access to a school gym, a church cafeteria, a dance studio, the YMCA or a park. There is a place waiting for you.
So what exactly are these camps? They are places where people can find others to workout with and be accountable to. You offer workouts for people to do, but you can also offer motivational support. Every day you will need to be in contact with the members. You can do this by texting or phone calls. You can also provide journals and food plans as well.
Taking bodily weights and measurements is also a good idea. Do this at the beginning of the camp and again at the end of it, so that your clients can see how far they have come!