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Fitness And Financial Success Do Mix

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You may have noticed that big money can be earned, in the fitness industry. With everything from equipment to supplements, to wearables being tapped into for a profit. That means getting into this area could be a profitable choice for your next business. Of course, you don’t want focus on the areas that are already flooded, so instead, why not try some of the less well know examples below. Ones that could blow up and be the next big trend and you your fortune.

Speciality yoga

Yoga may seem like a market that has already been thoroughly tapped, but that isn’t the case, and there is still life in the old beast yet. In particular, it is the form of matching the yoga classes to specific demographics. We see this a little with things like mother and baby yoga, but there are so many other markets out there to be explored.

What about yoga for spin class addicts where the focus is on stretching out the hamstrings and correcting that hunched over posture? Yoga for runners is another possible opportunity, as running is so popular right now and offering a class that can minimise the risks involved and help with the recovery time of injuries could be a big hit, and earn you big bucks. You don’t even have to be a yoga professional to do this, just find someone that knows their stuff, and you trust to partner with.

Parkour training

Parkour is set to be one of the biggest new trends in fitness. This is because it’s exciting as it is challenging, and endlessly tempting to fitness buff from all disciplines. The problem is that doing it out on the street can be dangerous, especially if you haven’t had any practice in how to move your body in that way. That is where Parkour training centres come in.

They are sort of cross between a skatepark and a gymnastics centre, including things like padded walls, foam pits, and ramps that allow budding newbies to train their muscles and minds to be prepared to take the sport outside. As things stand, a parkour training centre is a rare thing indeed, something that means opening one in a city where ether is an already established extreme sports scene could be a very profitable enterprise.

Focused personal training

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Last, of all, personal training can make you money. However, we aren’t talking about the single hour a week kind. No, were are talking about very specific goals, with your trainers helping people achieve them daily over a 10-12 week period.

This subscription type service guarantees you payment no matter what, and the frequency means there is a good profit in it. The only thing is that if you aren’t doing the training yourself, you will need to employ trainers that get results. They have to be able to walk the walk, as well just talk the talk, as no results mean no recommendations, and that means no businesses for the future. Something that ultimately results in a lack of financial success instead of a wealth of it.

 

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Simon is a creative and passionate business leader dedicated to having fun in the pursuit of high performance and personal development. He is co-founder of Applied Change, a Business Change consultancy based in the UK. Simon is also an Ambassador for Gloucestershire business. Simon is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Professional Development.

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