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The Death of Personal Training

Just a quick message that I wanted to share with you.

If you run gym or are even thinking about opening your own place some day, you need to check this out.

My friend Alwyn Cosgrove runs the most profitable gym in the country. What makes this more impressive is that gyms are the second leading business to fail (behind restaurants) and 16 out of 17 go out of business in
the first 8 years.

Alwyn’s gym grows each year.

How does his gym continue to get more profitable while most gyms fail?

Well, Alwyn is putting on a free webinar to share his secrets with you. He is calling it the Death of Personal Training.

Register here:

Death of Personal Training

The fitness industry continues to change at a fast pace. It’s harder to get and keep clients now. Marketing your services has become more difficult and more expensive. Even finding quality staff is extremely difficult.

To find out what’s working at the most profitable gym in the country, you need to get on Alwyn’s webinar. He is going to pull back the curtain of his business and share with you exactly what you need to do to survive
in this atmosphere and dominate your area.

Reserve your spot here:

https://www.repstorevenue.com

3 Comments

  • Coach JC Johnson says:

    Stepping over the opposite knee was a concept that was used in the early 70’s
    which is the same as what Smith and yourself are using calling it step over drive down.Those that received benefits from Coach Dick Hill were myself along with Steve Williams,Harold Williams, Arnie Robinson, James King, Wes Williams, and others. I have watched several drills used back during those years being called by new names,but are the exact same drill of 35-40 years ago. On off On (30 on 30 off 30 on etc.) Arcs. Hip, ankles, shoulders etc. All these were drills that I hear you speaking on your video as new. Just wanted you to know, NOT NEW. 2010 for our Northern California Section I had high sprinters (male 100m 10.41 200m 21.41) and my female best of (100m 11.90 200m 24.02) These are former athletes that ran 11.4, 23.6 and 12.94, 27.2. Being under coach Hill, these improvements were developed under those same old school drills as myself
    which is not as famous as the athletes mentioned above, but developed from a 9.7yd and 22.0 to 10.3 meter and 20.7. Nothing new under the sun. We spoke once before. Many athletes have not had your experience with uninformed coaches even back in those old school dark ages. Just thought you’d like to know that
    the advice although good, is not new. Believe it or not everyone from the past was not uninformed, or wrong. And believe it or not some knowledge is knowledge even if its old, just the name of the knowledge. By the way. Nice job with your girls 4×1 relay.

  • Coach JC Johnson says:

    Stepping over the opposite knee was a concept that was used in the early 70’s
    which is the same as what Smith and yourself are using calling it step over drive down.
    Those that received benefits from Coach Dick Hill were myself along with Steve Williams
    Harold Williams, Arnie Robinson, James King, Wes Williams, and others. I have watched
    several drills used back during those years being called by new names, but are the exact
    same drill of 35-40 years ago. On off On (30 on 30 off 30 on etc.) Arcs. Hip, ankles, shoulders etc.
    All these were drills that I hear you speaking on your video as new. Just wanted you to know, NOT NEW.
    2010 for our Northern California Section I had high sprinters (male 100m 10.41 200m 21.41) and my
    female best of (100m 11.90 200m 24.02) These are former athletes that ran 11.4, 23.6 and 12.94, 27.2.
    Being under coach Hill, these improvements were developed under those same old school drills as myself
    which is not as famous as the athletes mentioned above, but developed from a 9.7yd and 22.0 to 10.3 meter
    and 20.7. Nothing new under the sun. We spoke once before. Many athletes have not had your experience
    with uninformed coaches even back in those old school dark ages. Just thought you’d like to know that
    the advice although good, is not new. Believe it or not everyone from the past was not uninformed, or wrong.
    And believe it or not some knowledge is knowledge even if its old, just the name of the knowledge.
    By the way. Nice job with your girls 4×1 relay, coach Latiff.

  • james says:

    ouch; it is a painful fact. but you know who are making the big bucks now? those guys like Glen Mills & Francis, who managed to put some world beaters on the circuit. That is tremendous return.we had a boy who was the fastest in middle school and went to st. jago high and even used to beat ewan blake, but didnt have a clear goal and lost it another one was the only one to beat bolt in middle school but as we say “he turn cruff”. talking about the parable of the talent… some of these guys would need a personal trainer who is specialized in sports psychology..

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