Something caught my ear last week as I was listening to a podcast and it made me think how I could apply it to DPM as a potential benefit to you.
It involves getting your partner involved in DPM if they aren’t already.
And I want to make it worth both your while.
So moving forward as of today, I’m launching a DPM Family Pass.
If your partner wants to join in on your DPM action, be that with the sessions that you currently do, or on the days you can’t make it they can for only $99/mth.
For example, let’s say you currently do the $197 package that gives you access to 2 sessions a week each month, for an extra $99/mth your partner can join in up to 2 sessions a week too meaning you’ll save the best part of $100.
If you’re currently on the unlimited package, your partner can join in as many sessions as they like for the same investment and your saving increases.
And if you come once a week, your partner can join in once a week too.
For personal training clients, the same investment applies. They can join your number of sessions for the $99.
So obviously, the more you are currently attending DPM now, the more you save as a benefit for your partner joining.
Let me know if you have any questions or if your partner is interested in taking this up.
They can have 2 weeks on the house to check it out.
I think it’s a great way to keep your family healthy, and to potentially train with your partner if that’s your go, or on alternate days to them if one of you has to mind the kids.
Cause after all, if our kids see us exercising, or at least know that we’re going off to training, these are the types of habits that rub off.
They’ll know it’s good to look after yourself.
That it’s good to do something positive for your mind and for your body to keep it healthy.
And hopefully in turn, they’ll be more active as they keep getting older.