Insurance: What Fitness Professionals Should Know

Adam Stanecki
CrossFit, Business, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

No one really wants to spend money on insurance. Maybe it’s because we’re paying money for something we hope to never need, and that’s kind of strange. Or perhaps it’s because we’ve heard so many horror stories about insurance claims gone bad.


As a fitness professional, there are no two ways about it - you need insurance. So, what kind of insurance do you need? And where should you get it? Experience and a few scary situations have taught me a bit about all this and I’d like to share it with you.


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