Posts Tagged ‘Personal Training’


First off, I want to thank you for the support you have given me with Elemental Fitness Personal Training over the past 5 years. I started this blog site and part time training business to share my knowledge and passion for health and fitness with those around me, and that I did!

Since February 2016 my wife Flora and I have been furthering our education, brainstorming ways to bring our passion for health and spirituality together and develop a business that has more to offer, inspires, motivates and leads our fellow sisters to greater heights- body, mind and soul.

As of June 20, 2016 Elemental Fitness transformed into Strength and Soul Wellness: An online holistic health company to coach and inspire women to love their body and nurture their soul.

I hope you will join us in this new venture into cyber land as we share our stories, our knowledge and our guidance towards better health.

Thank you again for your ongoing support and I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Please book your FREE 30 minute Personal Training Consultation with me today.

Have a wonderful day!


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January 2015 marks the “official” launch of Elemental Fitness Personal Training. Although I have been training under this name for close to 3 years it has been very part time alongside my full time job. I am very excited to be taking the next step in attracting a larger clientele base and making my own fitness training business a larger part of my life.

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That being said, I have been researching ways to grow my business in the most cost effective and successful way. I listened this this terrific podcast presentation through InfoFit Educators (Vancouver, BC) this past weekend and below are my favourite 10 tips to create business success:

1- You need to have a target market. Finding your niche and keeping your business really focused is a great strategy when it comes to Fitness Training. You can’t market to everyone, so don’t!

2- Develop a basic business plan. Very important to your long term success.

3- Attract current clients from previous clients. Get client referrals!

4- Network. Talk about your passion (in this case fitness) anywhere that feels right.

5- Build a rapport and don’t be pushy.

6- Seeing as PT is a luxury service not a need (at least at this point) connect with friends and acquaintances who have money but not a ton of time. They will see the value and more than likely already be using “services” (house keeper, dog walker, nanny, etc.).

7- Make it easy for your target market to find you.

8- Create a FB profile page for your business.

9- Create a website for your business. WordPress is a great way to design a very user friendly site that costs next to nothing.

10- When meeting prospective clients come across as passionate about fitness and health but not needy with regards to their business.

Looks like I have a few things to work on before January! If you have any other great business tips to pass along I’m all ears…

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