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Although online fitness classes aren’t new (they’ve been around for a few years now), they've boomed because of COVID-19.
News of restrictions easing has given gym goers worldwide a reason to rejoice and gym owners, some much needed relief. You’ve managed to keep your fitness business afloat through the Covid-19 storm with your online classes and constant engagement with customers
The growing popularity of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) thanks to its place in mainstream media has made Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) the third most popular sport in the world right behind soccer and basketball. The Covid-19 pandemic has done little to dampen the spirit
The Covid-19 outbreak has completely altered lifestyles, from the way we study, work and party to even the way we exercise. Due to social distancing and other restrictions in place, most gyms and fitness studios have had to close their doors, forcing customers to find ways to still stay fit
Whether it’s motivating millions of people to start exercising every day or creating communities for like-minded athletes and fitness enthusiasts, social media...
If you’re running your gym without accessing and utilising analytics, you’re running your business blind.
Tracking attendance with Clubworx gym software has never been easier.
Time management is an important skill that any business owner must possess, but unfortunately this skill is often overlooked.
Clubworx has recently released an exciting integration with one of the world's most popular payment platforms - GoCardless!
Every martial arts school needs a good set of resources to fall back on for help, guidance, advice and to ensure they keep improving and always stay up-to-date with new trends in the industry
If you’ve achieved your black belt and mastered the proper techniques required in martial arts, you may have considered making the transition from a student to a martial arts teacher.
If you have started up your own fitness or personal training business, then you will already know that there’s a lot to get your head around: understanding clients, knowing what to provide to them, learning new things, and teaching them forward to your clients.
At some point in the life of your martial arts business, you’ll probably struggle with at least one of these common problems:
Do you know that the highest rates of member retention are in tennis clubs? Even more specifically, member retention is notably high in tennis clubs that offer a fixed time for practice and allow members to play with the same people every week. It leads us to the first strategy for member retention at your gym:
So you want to start a Martial Arts business? Learning a martial art takes willpower, discipline and persistence. Guess what! Those are the exact things you need to succeed in a business too. So running a dojo should be a cakewalk for an accomplished martial artist, right? Sadly, success as a martial artist does not