Create a killer fitness profile
How to create a killer fitness instructor profile?
Release the Marketing Beast
The way you describe yourself and your workout are the first impression students will get. It influences their expectations and whether or not they choose to book your class. It’s key to highlight what makes you unique and why they should choose YOU over other teachers. Think about what makes you special as a teacher and a person, describe what you believe in, your passion, and what motivates you to do what you do. Be objective when you share your strengths and accomplishments, to ensure you don’t start to sound vain.
Embrace a call-to-action writing style and come up with powerful titles. For instance instead of saying “Join the best HIIT trainer in the US ” you can write “Join my unique HIIT cardio workout and burn 350 cal. in one hour!”.
Last but not least, add as many relevant keywords as possible to increase your exposure on Amphy.
Images & Video
In order to make your profile appealing and to show others the inspiring, kick-ass teacher that you are, try adding promo-videos of the classes you instruct, images of you smiling, your workouts, and atmosphere media. We’re in a visual first world and this will increase your popularity among Amphy users and bring more students to your classes.
Naturally, people would like to gather as much information as possible about you before signing up for your class. This makes it imperative to set a great, professional profile in addition to your engaging class content.
Expert Tip: “Perfection is the enemy of completion”, so if you see that this process takes too much time, move on, and refine your profile as you go along.
“Highlight your unique characteristics and the reasons for students to choose you over other fitness instructors”
Make sure to clearly explain the level, to help students pick the perfect one.
Offer different training levels
Offer Wide-Ranging Classes
Amphy is a place for you to let all your skills shine. Set up a variety of courses to engage students and give them options. For example, if you’re a Yoga teacher why not offer Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hatha, etc. This can be a great way to invite current students to take more classes with you, and to attract new ones too.
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