3 Ways Spinning® Classes Can Generate More Revenue
Posted by Spinning® on Apr 18th 2018
As is often the case in the fitness world, workout routines can grow stale, results will plateau, and enthusiasts will get bored if fun and variety aren’t injected into classes on a regular basis. Without those changes or progress, these classes can lose their attraction and value for clients. It is also necessary to stay up-to-date with the most recent class trends and programs, while trying to maintain your business. Fortunately when you are an Official Spinning® Facility, you can rely on a wide breadth of program support to keep a differentiated indoor cycling offering.Offering Spinning® classes as an option in your facility is an excellent way to offer an established, safe and heart-pounding workout to your members, while also bringing in some valuable extra revenue to your facility. Spinning® also offers a variety of programming for official Spinning® facilities that will help expand instructors’ knowledge and expertise when it comes to leading heart-pumping, high-intensity workouts. Here are three ways your Spinning® instructors can keep their classes fresh.
8-Week ProgramsThere are three 8-week programs that Spinning® offers for instructors who are looking for a fun way to invigorate their classes:
- Weight Loss Program – With this program, you and your riders will be doing more than just great riders every day. This kit also includes tools to track nutrition and other healthy habits to keep those pounds at bay.
- Grand Tour Program – The Grand Tour gives you and your riders the experience of competing as a world-class athlete! You and your students will learn how to take on hills and sprints, train for endurance, and complete the race as part of a team, regardless of fitness level and ability.
- Performance Program – Take your workouts to the next level with this program. Not only does this program give you the tips and tricks to build your riders’ cardio, strength and flexibility, but also a complete, periodized schedule to keep them on track to achieving their fitness goals.