Clint Schambach – Local and YouTube Marketing For Fit Pro’s
With all the hype around social media at the moment and so many networks to choose from…how do you know which one is going to get you the best return?
Think of this like the 80/20 rule.
80% of your results come from 20% of your effort.
You’ll end up wasting hours trying to use each social network effectively.
This is not the best use of your time….unless it’s where the majority of your leads and sales generated.
In this training call Clint gives us his take on what’s working for him online at the moment and how you can model his approach in your fitness business.
So Who is Clint Schambach?
Clint is a former division 1 athlete and has a degree in sports science and physical therapy.
He is also a personal trainer and bootcamp instructor for his company Level Up Fitness in St Louis, MO and is an expert at developing fat burning workouts, addressing nutrition concerns, and instructing weight loss bootcamp classes.
It all started for Clint in the physical therapy industry. That was a natural fit for his degree at the time.
But after spending a ton of time involved with the fitness and nutrition aspect of therapy he felt that personal training was where he could serve people best.
Believe it or not, Clint had always struggled with troublesome belly fat. He tried everything but nothing seemed to work.
Then he attended a conference and discovered a nutritionist that had the solution he was so desperately looking for.
He applied the nutrition protocol he had learned and got great results that he wanted to share with others.
Now Clint has his own studio in St Louis serving an expanding group of committed clients.
In This Training Call You’re Going to Learn:
- How to overcome the stigma of being a personal trainer.
- Clint’s secret to retaining 75% of his clients.
- The 2 key strategies that bring in all of his leads.
- How to leverage YouTube and local marketing.
- How to monetize your audience with information products.
- If things aren’t working – stop doing them.
- Learn from everyone you meet.
- ALWAYS track your numbers.
- Don’t sell your product on social media – sell yourself.
- Never compete on price.
How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie