Fit Business Insider Offers Fitness Business Blueprint for Personal Trainers as Part of 12 Days of Christmas Promotion

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Fit Business Insider, a website devoted to helping grow personal training businesses, is now offering a Fitness Business Blueprint for personal trainers looking to start or grow their business. The product is available for the promotional pricing through this Thursday.

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Personal trainers looking to start or grow their fitness business can now take advantage of the Fitness Business Blueprint offered by Fit Business Insider. The product is on sale now through Thursday.

As part of the promotional deal, customers are being asked to pay merely $1 upfront. After this initial trial period, customers can then purchase the product for the price of $49.95 a month, spread out over 4 payments.

“There has never been a better time to build a personal training business,” said Pat Rigsby, Co-Owner and CEO of Fit Business Insider. “The field is more wide open than ever, but not every personal trainer knows how to both attract and keep clients.”

Rigsby, along with business partner Nick Berry, is co-owner of numerous successful fitness businesses. With a background as a college athletic coach, Rigsby finds that too many personal training businesses do not put enough emphasis on the quality of their actual training, which hurts their bottom line in the long run.

“Sadly, quality trainers are in short supply,” Rigsby explained. “You can have some success with good personal trainer marketing, but it is almost impossible to take the next step as a business if you can’t retain customers and get referrals because your actual services are somehow lacking.”

To that end, Fit Business Insider is offering the Fitness Business Blueprint to provide personal trainers with tools to grow their businesses. The product provides personal trainers with modules presented by experts Pat Rigsby, Mike Robertson, and Eric Cressey.

“Personal trainer marketing is putting together systems that work for all businesses, but it only works in the long run if you offer real fitness results,” said Fit Business Insider Co-Owner Nick Berry. “Pat, along with Mike and Eric, offer the kind of tips of the trade that only guys who have had sustained success in the fitness industry could offer.”

Robertson and Cressey own and operate two of America’s leading gyms. Rigsby owns numerous fitness businesses, has written a bestselling book on fitness marketing, and hosts live events throughout the year on fitness business coaching.

The Fitness Business Blueprint is available online now. For more information, visit

About Pat Rigsby and Nick Berry: Pat Rigsby and Nick Berry are the co-owners of Fitness Consulting Group, a leading business development consulting firm within the fitness industry.

Fit Business Insider is part of the Fitness Consulting Group family of companies. It provides personal trainers, coaches, and fitness business owners around the world with business building programs, coaching, consulting, and resources.

To learn more about growing your fitness business, visit


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