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Entries in DVD (4)

Friday
Dec062013

‘Tis the season for new weights and treadmills

We have gifts for all of your fitness enthusiasts, female CEO makes top women list, at-home console that connects to Apple and Android, and fitness awards from New Zealand.

Quite a varierty, huh?

Read on to see the latest This Week in the Fitness Industry.

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Thursday
Oct102013

DVDs from IHRSA 2013 on sale

There is really no reason not to purchase a few DVDs from the 2013 IHRSA International Convention & Trade Show. Unless of course, you and your staff were able to get to every educational session and parlay the knowledge to each other. 

Since no one was likely able to do that, now is your chance to get one, two, hey, why not 10, DVDs.

And even if yoou were able to get to everything, the best way to let the rest of your staff who wasn't in Las Vegas really get the message of the presentation is for them to watch the video.

For more, including excerpts, read on.

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Thursday
Oct042012

Convention DVDs on sale

Michele Melkerson-Granryd's talked about boosting revenue and retention with small group training.

IHRSA announces that now through Dec. 21, 2012, DVDs of the speakers who were taped during the Convention are on sale. 

Included in the DVDs available are subjects on social media, networking, retention, small group training, ADA compliance, women in fitness and more. Some of the presenters include Justin Tamsett, Michele Melkerson-Granryd and Bill McBride (IHRSA Board chairman). 

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Tuesday
Nov232010

Is Your Personal Training Program Hurting Your Retention Rates?

Kevin Hedley points out that while 60 percent of people say they care about staff interaction, a whopping 40 percent say they do not.

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