Tag Archives: CrossFit private training

Don’t have a Membership FAQ? Write one!

I have had several folks on recent consultations ask me what to do about client cancellations, etc.  My answer?  Put some policies in place and write a Membership FAQ to give to newly onboarded clients (and existing clients).  Without a … Continue reading

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What Type of Towel Rack are You? Continued…

Guest post by my hubby: Robb Wolf Welcome back! In the first piece I  took you down memory lane and described how some training related inputs from our friends Mike Rutherford and Dave Werner dramatically improved our training and business. The training piece … Continue reading

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On Ramp Revisited!

It’s been 3 years since we held our first On Ramp workshop at NorCal and 2 years since I published the two-part series in The Performance Menu, detailing my case for entry points, specifically a beginner class or “On Ramp” … Continue reading

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Are you offering too many classes?

I talk to a lot of CrossFit affiliates in their first year of business who are offering upwards of 20 classes per week, yet don’t have the enrollment to merit that number of classes, many of them with only 1 … Continue reading

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The Private Training Component: Not to be Overlooked

When we first opened in 2004 Coach Glassman urged us to begin our practice like this: Get a private training client. Train her for a while, then ask her to bring in a friend. Train the 2 of them together, … Continue reading

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