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A weekly podcast hosted by The IFBA’s Head of Operations, Chris Walton, joined regularly by Head of Education, Tom Hamilton, and Founder, Jean-Claude Vacassin. The IFBA is the organisation that’s setting the standard in the fitness industry. On a mission to help owners of fitness enterprises big and small, they’re digging into the strategies to build an efficient, profitable, and sustainable gym or health club business. The show features expert guests, questions from listeners, and a whole l ...
 
I share with you my thoughts, life lesson, and experiences to help you move forward to success and your financial freedom goals. I show you what not to do and what you should do to change your life for the better. You can also check out my youtube channel with over 200 videos!!! https://youtube.com/c/JohnnyEncinias Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnnyenc/support
 
Bringing you regular discussion on the subject of training, dieting, bodybuilding and all that's new in the world of fitness. These guys don't take themselves too seriously so expect humour mixed in with serious knowledge and science to keep you motivated in and out of the gym.
 
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In this first episode of 2022, Chris, JC and Tom talk about taking a strategic approach to marketing. The big question in today's unstable industry: if your ‘primary’ marketing channel ceased to exist tomorrow, would you be able to maintain a stream of leads without too much disruption to the business? The team explain how to create an agile market…
 
In part two of this podcast, Chris and JC go through how they like to set goals over the short, medium and long term to make them achievable and powerful. They discuss why the cycle of action is such an important tool for constantly reviewing your goals – and course-correcting your trajectory to keep your objectives in the crosshairs, whatever gets…
 
In the first of a two-part podcast, JC and Chris discuss the frameworks they use to review the performance of the W10 gyms – including their staff, their marketing, and their overall financials. They give you a step-by-step breakdown of how to implement this in your own business and set your direction for 2022.…
 
Once you've got the big rocks in order, where do you focus your energy next? This episode provides an overview of Seasons Four, Five, and Six of the Podcast covering Team Development, Programming and Sales. Take a listen and don't forget to re-visit the individual series as you're ready to delve deeper into each.…
 
In this episode we're giving you the best bits of Seasons One to Three. Covering everything from product to place, systems to opening a gym (plus some popular and punchy case studies), this is a bitesize episode full of actionable nuggets. It's the ideal potted recap of topics you've already listened to – or a shortcut to navigating which episodes …
 
Chris chats to communications expert, Cathy MacDonald (see episode 12) as she expands on the art of communication with a particular slant towards the sales process. Cathy was formerly a Hostage and Crisis negotiator and has taught professional from all business and industry sectors how to communicate more effectively.…
 
The original plan was for the W10 sales process to be walked through, from how to conduct calls to closing with all objections dealt with along the way. Instead, the conversation went in an unexpected, but totally relevant direction which underlined the importance of knowing yourself, your 'voice' and your values so you can use these things to maxi…
 
What is the difference between working out with a Democrat and a Republican? How do their targets differentiate in exercising? When you listen to this Podcast - do you recognize yourself? Yes, it is allowed to smile :-)))) !저자 Conny Gyura
 
What (and who) is the assessor? Despite the catchy title, the physical assessment is just one small part of their job. A role that has the potential to increase your sales tenfold and drive your retention and referral figures through the roof, the assessor may be one of the (if not THE) most important person in your facility. Choosing someone to ta…
 
It's a bits and bobs kind of show. Lots of knowledge bombs for making serious muscle gains and progress with your physique. Why is your training partner letting you down, is it time to make serious vows to work harder? And how much pain do you need to feel to make it work and build muscle...? Chris reveals a great way to build bigger calves quicker…
 
The truth is, we’re all in sales: and regardless of whether we got into this line of work to turn a profit or help others (or both), we need to get comfortable with it. At its heart, sales is just communicating the value of what you're offering in a way that people can understand: and creating the conditions for them to buy. If your product is soun…
 
Space is often at a premium in the Modern Training Gym. In this episode, JC, Tom and Chris give actionable tips on how to design your gym layout and get the right kit for your demographic. As always, your business plan plays a pivotal role in the design process, bringing together factors such as client targeting, your pricing structure, and your tr…
 
This week Chris is joined by Sports Exercise Psychologist, Andrea Furst. Andrea’s experience spans a broad spectrum: from supporting Olympic athletes to help them successfully bring home the gold; to working with W10 staff on team dynamics, motivational drivers and goal setting. In this pod, she describes how she works with individuals and teams on…
 
A show packed with technique tips for your training, covering hack squats, pull-ups, making your abs tighter, why you're not getting lean and why you NEED cardio if you're bulking and building muscle! Ryan is back from TWO major shows with one major placing and lesson in bodybuilding to share, he gives the full story on doing BATTLE with long term …
 
Chris and Tom are joined by Amy to discuss how we write long-term programmes for our demographic. We talk about the different programming phases, weekly structure, and why your approach needs to change at certain gym milestones – like new staff members or an influx of new members.저자 The IFBA
 
In this week’s pod, we discuss the individual elements that make up the delivery of a single coaching session. A lot of what we do when coaching seems to happen on autopilot: but when we delve below the surface into the components at play – timing, layout, communication, cueing, and more – it becomes clear that there’s a lot to consider if we want …
 
This podcast is my own way to balance food on days (sometimes weeks) when I get fed up with super healthy food. Yessss, that happens to me too! Write down your body weight the day you start. Check 1 week later and check 3 weeks later! Big surprise: 6-7 pounds are gone after 3 weeks.저자 Cornelia Gyura
 
Success tip that only take 10 mins. A day - Ep13 In this episode, I talk about how you can create success by just sitting at your desk for 10 minutes a day. very powerful message to anyone struggling to keep their focus and limit their distractions. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appS…
 
This week the team is weighing up the pros and cons of 1:1 and Small Group Personal Training. They discuss their experiences (and share the lessons they learned the hard way) on their journey from freelance PT to gym owner, and onto running multiple facilities. They cover the reasons behind the pivotal decisions in the evolution of their programmin…
 
We take a walk down memory lane to follow W10’s evolution over the last decade: from a 800sqft 1:1 PT gym, into a multiple-site operation running 6:1 small group PT. JC explains how the programming’s changed at each step – and how this has impacted the customer experience.저자 The IFBA
 
Everyone is looking super lean in the studio! Not long until Ryan's big show(s). Featuring special guest William Bonac, who talks about football, his secret running ability and of course his diet and training methods. They drop some bombshells about your metabolism and also the secret to cooking chicken properly to actually enjoy it for once. Plus …
 
In this final episode before the team take a break for a couple of weeks, Chris and Tom outline the processes in place for continuing staff development at W10. They discuss the ‘Professional Development Pathway’ (PDP) and putting a framework in place for ensuring continual staff development and how the weekly meetings play a part in this.…
 
Part two of our chat with psychologist and executive coach Dan Vacassin moves on to the second of the three pillars of leadership: leading others. In this episode, he focuses on the five dysfunctions of a team, helping us troubleshoot some of the common issues that could rock the boat in any business. Chris and Dan discuss why vulnerability can be …
 
Special guest Roger Snipes gives us all the inside lane on how "Bio Hack" your body to get ahead of the game, with serious info on amazing new technology and top tips. Olympic fever has the guys talking about what it means to be exceptional. Ryan's take on Simone Biles and the pressure at the top of your game. Chris is in search of his own gold med…
 
I have a special Episode today with a Guest Speaker, We talk about how fear and even our basic instincts can hold people back from their dream and aspirations. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnnyenc/support…
 
Dan Vacassin is a Business Psychologist and Executive Coach. In this episode, he takes us through the first of the three pillars of effective leadership: leading the self. Ultimately, this comes by developing an awareness and understanding of our abilities and skills – as well as the roles we play, both formal and informal. Dan shares some useful t…
 
In the Modern Training Gym, your staff are your product, making them incredibly valuable – just like your clients. This means running them through a thorough onboarding experience when they join the business. This not only lays the foundations for long-term staff retention; it also builds buy-in to your company’s core values, making them an ambassa…
 
It's a big catchup episode with these friends reunited again. Up for discussion today - should you move more or eat less to get the best results on your diet? Can you bulk dirty and gain serious muscle? We have the answers. What's really in your bowl of cereal, is it the next level refeed meal? Plus LIVE COOKING as we show you the ultimate ice crea…
 
We hear from long-standing IFBA member, Ross Stewart of ‘Improve Glasgow’, as he tells us about his journey in the gym business from his mum accepting a Uni place, on his behalf, while he was travelling, through to banning lunges and kettlebell swings due to lack of space in his first gym. Ross shares the mistakes he’s made as well as the things he…
 
In this episode Chris and Tom deep dive into personalising the coaching experience. The evaluation is where this process begins and they discuss how to take the information gathered during this process and disseminate it to the team effectively - including how to understand how your clients may learn, how managing the logistics of a session is as i…
 
This episode concentrates on your how your booking system, CRM and CMS should all integrate together to work for you (as well as explaining what all these things are!) and help manage your customers, from attracting them in the first place, to ensuring they are still receiving a world-class experience 10 years down the line.…
 
Sales is often seen as a ‘dirty’ word so the team explain why everyone in your facility is ’in’ sales as well as breaking down the sales process, from your marketing funnels and 30 day trial, right through to sign up, looking at where you can really add value and up your conversions.저자 The IFBA
 
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