I read that exact quote last week – convenience is crucial and it instantly made me think about how I can make things more convenient for you.

Sure, the article might have been referring to the retail industry, but for me, it couldn’t be more true for the fitness industry too.

I guess why there’s a bunch of 24 hour gyms that have exploded on every other corner over the last couple of years.

While the volume is far too many and not sustainable long term, the idea is there.

People want to train at times that are outside of the traditional norm.
So with all of that in mind, how can I make your training more convenient this year?

I want to hear your thoughts?

If you’re happy with how things are going, maybe you know someone who can benefit from a bit of extra convenience that is outside of the usual DPM timetable.

Of course I’m talking about one on one personal training.

The whole point of me doing mobile training is to make it more convenient for someone.

As in I come to you at a time that’s mutually convenient.

We can train at your place, which is handy if you have kids that need to be looked after – they can do what kids do as we are working out next to them.

And if they are really little, you can attend to them as needed.

True, it might mean that our 30 minute session goes for a little longer but that’s the whole convenience thing again. I work around you.

Or maybe you work from home. It works with that scenario too.

You don’t even need a lot of space.

I’ve trained people in their garage, lounge room, on their balcony and even out on the back deck.

When I work out at home, it’s in the lounge room with a small space that the kids have been kind enough to leave clear for me…

If any of that sounds like something that someone in your circle might be interested in, please pass this link onto them and we can have a quick 5 minute chat to see what might work for them.

I appreciate you spreading the DPM word and helping me help more people in 2020 and beyond.

Cheers,
Daniel

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