Welcome to the 'At-Home Revolution': Andrew Demetre, Charleston Fitness Coach, Explains Training Strategy in New Interview

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Andrew Demetre, Charleston fitness coach, was featured in a recent interview with IdeaMensch, where he talked about his journey in fitness and building a sustainable business during the pandemic.

Andrew Demetre a Charleston fitness coach, is excited to announce that he is featured in a new interview with IdeaMensch. In the interview, Demetre describes how he got into fitness, created his business, his unique approach to business, and more.

In the interview, Demetre explains that he moved to Charleston, South Carolina, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Realizing that he was just "wasting away in quarantine," he quickly learned just how valuable it was to increase the versatility of training programs.

Without access to a gym, Andrew Demetre incorporated calisthenics into his regimen, which didn't require any weights. After finding success in his own workouts, he was then able to expand his client base to make Zoom calls and house calls before building an at-home gym in his garage.

During this journey, Andrew Demetre, realized that following the "traditional" training model wasn't necessary anymore. Not only did he find that most of his clients preferred working from home, but they also preferred working out from home.

As he explains in the IdeaMensch interview, all his clients today are bodybuilders with very busy lives. As such, they don't fit into the traditional definition of someone who lifts weights.

"I've spent most of my career in gyms," said Andrew Demetre in the interview. "I never thought about the possibility of being able to make the same gains at home without even needing weights. That doesn't mean I don't incorporate weight training, but I want my clients to know there's more flexibility than they realize."

In addition to talking about his journey in fitness, Andrew Demetre explains what his typical day looks like and how he ensures it's productive, how he brings ideas to life, the trends that excite him, and the habits that make him more productive as an entrepreneur.

IdeaMensch is an interview platform for doers, makers, and entrepreneurs, helping them expand their reach through the publication of their in-depth interview pieces.

In his interview, Demetre, says that word-of-mouth recommendations and marketing are the strategies that helped him to grow his business. He said that building good rapport among clients is important because they'll often tell others about his business.

This is especially important in the world of fitness, he explains, as he knows his clients won't be training forever. When they stop working with him, they'll still bring tons of value to Andrew Demetre's business by telling others about him.

To read the full interview with Andrew Demetre, Charleston fitness coach, visit https://ideamensch.com/andrew-demetre-charleston.

About Andrew Demetre

Andrew Demetre, Charleston health coach, physical trainer, and bodybuilder, who first found his calling during the pandemic when he realized that many of his clients preferred working out from home. These days, Demetre uses his expertise to train clients from home, whether in the greater Charleston area or worldwide. Andrew firmly believes every client can achieve their ideal body through hard work and dedication — no gym membership needed.

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