The Website Myth: Do Personal Trainers Even Need One?

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Website Design for Personal Trainers

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James Breese

Everyday Athlete. Founder of @strengthmatters. Love snowboarding, cricket, Manchester United, the mountains, coffee and trail running.

In this episode, hosts Josh Kennedy and James Breese, along with special guest Andrew Wallis, discuss a hot topic: Is website design for personal trainers still a necessity or is it being overshadowed by social media?

If you’re a personal trainer contemplating whether to invest in a website, or a business strategist interested in digital trends in the fitness industry, this episode offers key insights you won’t want to miss.

The most important marketing lesson I ever learned is you need to own your own traffic because you can’t rely on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, Twitter or X as it’s now called because they change the algorithms all the time.

James Breese

We’ll examine the pros and cons of popular website builders like Wix and Squarespace and confront common arguments against having a dedicated website.

Guest expert Andrew Wallis showcases a transformative case study featuring Saski, a personal trainer who skyrocketed her business through effective website design.

Don’t miss out on this crucial discussion that addresses the complex relationship between personal training and online presence. This episode poses tough questions that many avoid, making it essential listening for anyone involved in the fitness industry’s digital landscape.

00:06Introduction 01:00Emphasizing Professionalism in the Fitness Industry 02:00Affordable Website Solutions 04:00Time Investment vs. Long-Term Gains 05:00Real-Life Success Story 08:00Pros and Cons Recap 09:33Outro

In 2023, amidst countless personal trainers, building a brand is essential. Your website isn’t just an image—it’s the essence of who you are and the quality you represent.

James Breese
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