Fit Business Insider Announces End of Sale on Fitness Business Plan and Forms

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The sale for Fitness Business Plan and Forms ends tonight at Midnight EST. The product, released by fitness business marketing website Fit Business Insider, assists personal training business owners with running day to day tasks.

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Pat Rigsby, CEO of Fit Business Insider’s parent company Fitness Consulting Group, has revealed that the sale on the product Fitness Business Plan and Forms ends tonight at Midnight EST.

“For as long as Fit Business Insider has been around, we have heard people ask us if there was a simpler way to condense all of the various minutia of running a personal training business into one centralized place,” Rigsby says. “These forms seek to streamline the whole process of running one’s business.”

Fitness Business Plan and Forms offers its users immediate access to numerous forms, charts, and templates that they need to run their businesses efficiently. These documents include things like client health checklists and client referral programs.

“If you are a personal trainer who wants to run your own business, you know that doing so would free you from the hassles and limitations of working in a health club setting,” Rigsby states. “Yet to run a fitness business smoothly, you have to pay attention to all the fine details throughout your various business processes.”

Rigsby points out that many fitness entrepreneurs would benefit from the forms for a personal training business. The start up forms include a 12 month sales process and cash flow chart, break even analysis form, pro forma template, and membership pricing calculator.

“Even though some of the forms in this product are more focused on helping fitness entrepreneurs, it also contains forms for trainers who have been running their business for a while but need a way to streamline things,” says Rigsby’s business partner Nick Berry.

Among the forms and charts geared toward seasoned fitness professionals are templates for use during client intake. The intake forms feature a body composition chart, client health profile, and a physical assessment checklist.

“Even if your business is already successful and growing at a rapid rate, there are forms that this product has to help facilitate your company’s growth,” Berry informs. “There are forms that will help you continue to market effectively, train staff, and even some giveaways for your clients.”

The company has also included a comprehensive business plan for personal trainers to emulate.

“Writing a total business plan is almost always necessary if you want to establish the vision and direction of your business for the long term,” Berry offers. “However, the template included here will lay out how to create such a business plan step-by-step.”

For more information on Fitness Business Plan and Forms promotional sale, 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.

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