If you loved Top 10 signs we’d like to see in a gym (and from all ofthose people who actually told us they printed and posted some in your actual gyms, you must have), here are Top 10 Fitness Motivation Posters We’d like to see. And just a reminder, these are meant to be fun, not offensive, and not intended for commercial use. We just hope to make our industry laugh a little.
Top 10 Fitness Motivation Posters we’d like to see
October 27th, 2011 10:59 am
Why we need more useless technology
Remember beepers? What about zip drives? Or even the 8-track tape…If you remember these things you have just aged yourself. More importantly you have experienced a phenomenon I call bridge technologies. That is technologies that were pretty much useless if you looked at them on their own. They were bulky, of limited real value, and had a shelf life shorter than Herve Villacheize’s pant suit. But, then you realize they helped get us across to the next technology. So what does this have to do with you…
October 20th, 2011 10:11 am
What is the fitness industries “sliced bread”?
The other day, I was talking to a colleague about the new sales goal setting system in MoSo. And without a second thought I said, “That’s the best thing since sliced bread!” I am prone to hyperbole but we have taken something very standard, and improved upon it in a way nobody has done up to this point. And when you use it, it will dramatically help you get more members. But it got me thinking about our industry as a whole, and what other things could be considered the best thing since sliced bread…
October 13th, 2011 9:19 am
How Steve Jobs helped reinvent the fitness industry
I actually had another blog written today, but the news of Steve Jobs passing pretty much trumped everything so I thought it would be appropriate to consider for a minute what kind of impact he might have had on YOUR business. And in thinking about this blog (As usual no real research was done but in this case I really didn’t have time) I was surprised how many different ways your facility was impacted.
October 6th, 2011 10:19 am