Does Your Fitness Business Have At Least 5 Of These?
A Post On Fitness Business Revenue Streams By Pat Rigsby
If you want to build a fitness business that is resistant to struggle, then I think you should have at least 5 different revenue streams.
How many do you have?
Here are 21 that you can choose from ‘a la Carte’ style:
- One-on-One Training
- Semi-Private Training or Small Group Training (2-4 Clients)
- Large Group Training (5-10 Clients)
- Offering Youth Fitness Programs
- Adding a Sports Performance Program
- Offering Nutritional Coaching or Weight Management Programs
- Short Term Programs – like our Drop a Dress Size Program
- Offer Corporate Fitness Programs or Bootcamps
- Fitness Coaching Programs
- Sports Performance Clinics and Camps
- Selling Supplements – That’s why Prograde was created
- Create a DVD
- Write a book or E-Book
- Run Contests
- Sell ‘Tools’ – Guys like Dave Schmitz at RBT have great affiliate programs.
- Do Paid Seminars and Workshops
- Offer ‘Off Day Programs’ – either live or by selling clients Workout Muse Interval Tracks
- Host Certification Workshops or other paid events
- Become an affiliate for products and programs you believe in and promote them in your newsletter
- Offer Niche Specific Programs – Moms, Brides, Diabetics, Baby Boomers, Seasonal, Short Term, etc.
That’s a pretty long list, but it’s just scratching the surface. Do me a favor and tell me what profit centers you’re *currently* using in your fitness business but posting below in the comments section. Also – If you have a profit center that I missed, share it below.
Dedicated to your success,