Fitness Marketing Guide Points Path To Six-Figure Personal Trainer Salary

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Over the past two decades, Sam Bakhtiar has learned the tools of the fitness marketing trade and carved out his success as a self-made multi-millionaire. In “Six-Figures In 67 Days,” he shares his trade secrets detailing how to make the leap from a $30K annual salary to a six and seven-figure income. This downloadable blueprint is available at – free for the month of March.

Sam Bakhtiar is one of the leading voices in the fitness marketing industry. He has spent the last 20 years building a multi-million-dollar personal training empire from scratch. Now he shares his secrets in a free download entitled “Six-Figures In 67 Days.” So far, more than 100 personal trainers were able to reach the million-dollar mark, thanks to Sam Bakhtiar’s in-depth coaching programs. While the manual is by no means comprehensive, it is a good start for learning more about what it takes to run a profitable training studio.

“I recommend ‘Six-Figures In 67 Days’ for anyone fitness business entrepreneur who wants to cut their operating expenses, free up more of their time and increase their annual returns. The blueprint can apply to fitness instructors, boot camp operators, martial arts owners, yoga studio entrepreneurs, or whoever earns a living with a fitness business,” Sam explains.

This must-have fitness marketing manual guarantees business owners a 25 percent increase in revenue at the outset. Individuals who continue to implement the practical step-by-step methods contained in “Six-Figures In 67 Days” typically double – if not triple – their returns over the subsequent months. Individuals who would like more individualized attention can test-drive Sam Bakhtiar’s business coaching calls for FREE by texting “7FIGURES” to 77453. He also offers fun weekend workshops, which have become gathering grounds for current and aspiring fitness industry millionaires.

“What makes my fitness marketing program different than others you’ll find is that I am very involved every step of the way,” Sam explains. “Some guys just give you their informational products and say ‘fend for yourself.’ If you come to them with questions or concerns that the program isn’t working, they chastise you for ‘having a bad attitude’ or ‘doing it all wrong.’ With any of my programs, I’m more than happy to field calls and make sure my techniques are easy for you to implement.”

Sam goes on to explain his vision for the fitness marketing field. “Essentially, your success is my success too… and my success is the industry’s success. There is a lot of money to be made – legitimately, honestly – in the fitness industry because achieving optimal health always has been -- and always will be -- important to our society. We have to be smart about how we grow, though. I’d like to see greater respect and trust in fitness trainers as more people learn and implement more effective training programs and adhere to a higher standard of marketing.”

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