The number of fitness apps have doubled in the past 2 and a half years, and are the fastest growing category of apps, according to a 2014 study on app growth in the Google Play store. In 2012, the mobile health and fitness app market was reportedly worth US$1.22 billion. By the year 2020, projected revenue in the mobile health Apps market is expected to reach upwards of US$49.1 billion.

Over the last couple of years, there has been a significant rise in influential and celebrity-like trainers and fitness models throughout social media, owing to how mainstream fitness has become. The tech-savvy and early adopters of this trend have experienced tremendous success building and monetizing their brand, while building a loyal following of fans and organic leads.

Currently, trainers convert their followings by directing them to blogs, e-mail, websites, Paypal, Skype, Dropbox, and other tools to offer their training products and services with high friction and less than optimal conversions, sales, and revenues.

With Gymnut, trainers can build a fitness-focused following, which they can sell workouts, nutrition, and training plans to, offer monthly subscriptions with select clients, and physical products – all from a branded profile that is ready within minutes. By first directing your general social audience to a fitness focused profile, which you can then monetize with greater conversions, you are able to net higher overall sales, especially as your social following grows over time.

To help walk you through how to be successful online trainer on Gymnut, we’ve created these guides with action items to get the most out of the platform:

Gymnut Advantage

As a personal trainer, fitness model, or athlete, the future lies in being able to leverage platforms such as Gymnut to offer online training products and services to greater numbers of people, while inspiring and educating people all over the world.

Once you are understand the core principles behind Gymnut, as a platform, and how to get the most out of it for your online training, part 2 of this guide goes into details about how to get started with the platform itself, and on your way to driving sales.

Note: This is the introduction of a 3-part guide by the online training experts at Gymnut. Pass this on to any personal/fitness trainers, or athletes, whether they offer online training or not, and be a part of our mission to #RedefineTraining. 

 

 

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