Group Programming: A Panel Discussion
It's hardly hyperbole to say that group programming is the heart of your gym's business.
But it's awfully tricky. Without knowing the population it's for, it's very hard to know if you are looking at "good" programming. But bad programming sticks out like a sore thumb. Worse, it gets people hurt, destroys individuals' progress, demoralizes your community, and can even ruin your business.
So, to help get more clarity on this topic, we held a Round Table discussion on the nuts-and-bolts of group programming. Our panelists were Michael Tromello, Craig Hysell, and Sam Chang. The information they gave will be invaluable to independent gym owners and up-and-coming coaches. You’re in for some real insights, sound methods, and clear priorities to help you do a good job for your members and build a thriving business you can be proud of.
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