Avoid Coaching Burnout
4 Ways to Avoid Coaching Burnout

Sports are becoming increasingly more competitive, putting additional pressure on coaches and trainers at all levels. Along with developing your athletes, the business aspect of the profession can be just as grueling. Between daily practices, developing strength and conditioning programs,

Athlete Waiver template
Creating a Sports and Fitness Waiver Form

One very important aspect of your sports and fitness business is a well executed client/athlete waiver. This will help protect you from any liabilities due to injuries during classes or training, or other unforeseen circumstances. In addition, a sports waiver

Fitness staff empowerment
Key Lessons for Sports & Fitness Staff Empowe...

Sports and fitness staff empowerment is critical to help your business retain capable and committed employees. Focus on training them to become independent and trusting them to make informed decisions, allowing them to grow and develop in their roles, and

Health and Fitness Trends 2020
3 Health and Fitness Trends to Expect in 2020

The new year is here, and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has released its top fitness trends to help guide health and fitness businesses for 2020. As a business serving this industry, we wanted to give an in-depth

Fitness software for billing and studio management
5 Signs it’s Time to Switch Fitness Software...

For owners and operators of fitness studios, clubs, and gyms, having a flexible fitness software to manage daily operations is imperative to driving growth. A great gym and fitness management software should relieve you of tedious administrative work and provide

Tom Morris IU Strength
Podcast Ep. 50 | Tom Morris, IU Strength: Make Tod...

Tom Morris, a fitness junkie, is the Director of Athletic Performance at Indiana University, where he develops strength and conditioning programs for IU’s 24 men’s and women’s teams. However, in May of 2012, Tom broke his neck in a mountain