Welcome to The Tribe. The Trainers Tribe.
(now re-read that but think Bond. James Bond.)
The Trainers Tribe is here to help guide you with the business side of your bootcamp.
Most of us who start bootcamps (myself included) don’t really understand the ins and outs of running a business. We know how to train people and we know how to talk to people, but get us to make a website, file a BAS statement or create a marketing campaign and we’ll probably just look at you blankly.
Of course when you are a big business, you can just outsource that, but when you are just starting and trying to bootstrap these things or maybe just keep things simple, it can be handy to do these things yourself. Also, if you are like me, you prefer to do these things yourself just to keep your business simple.
My aim is to provide you with resources and even automated tools to make your life easier. We’ll also get onto topics like aligning your business with your own personal values.
I’m also hoping we can learn from each other and I can share stories from other trainers about what they did that was so successful for them.
Just got your Christmas Holiday Bootcamp email and realized I’d be remiss if I didn’t send you a note of gratitude. I am thankful for your website, thankful for your bootcamp emails and thankful that you take the time to educate and share with us the knowledge and ideas that you and your members have accumulated over the years. I am a spin instructor by “trade” but have just begun teaching an indoor bootcamp to a class of about 12…..my goal over the next few months is to get that up to 18 or so. I am so grateful for your motivation and wish you the best of holiday cheer.
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If you are wondering about who I am, my name is Kyle Wood and I created this website along with Bootcamp Ideas.
I ran a bootcamp in Melbourne, Australia for 4 years while also running PT and small group PT sessions. I’ve also spent the last 6 years absorbing myself in the world of unconventional small businesses.