AFS – The Association of Fitness Studios – is the organization for small/boutique studios and it’s my recommendation that Indoor Cycling Studio owners become members. It’s free to join as a basic member – register here. In this episode of the Podcast, AFS founder Josh Leve and I discuss the many benefits of AFS membership. Learn why I feel joining the Association of Fitness Studios (AFS) is an important step
Shannon Fable, 2013 IDEA and 2006 ACE Instructor of the Year, will show you the three key components to distinguishing your studio/gym in a noisy fitness world. Walk away with several activities to further clarify your brand and boost your bottom line with minimal effort. What you’ll learn: What is a brand & why you need to more sharply define yours! How clearly identifying your ideal client and target
Here’s an excellent chance for you to help shape the future of Indoor Cycling – as a member of the new Studio Owner’s Advisory Group we’re forming as a part of AFS – the Association of Fitness Studios. After receiving some favorable responses from our Studio Owner’s Facebook Group to this question, Josh Leve (founder of AFS) and I came up with a basic criteria for inclusion to this advisory group: You
I’ve been watching the steady growth of the Association of Fitness Studios (AFS) and was recently invited to join as a member of their Advisory Council. From the AFS press release: NEWS RELEASE Nash, Macgowan Join AFS Advisory Council (CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, August 7, 2015) – The Association of Fitness Studios (AFS) today proudly announced the addition of fitness industry leaders Frank Nash and John Macgowan to the AFS Advisory Council.