February 20th, 2020
For any health or fitness club, improving the process of acquiring new members is paramount to achieving a solid membership base and ensuring the bills are covered. In this article, we will go over a few best practices for how you should be using the GymMaster gym management software in your prospecting process to convert more leads into active gym members at your club, both from the perspective of frontline staff and club management.
Front Line Staff
The best practice for handling new prospects in your gym software depends on the channel in which the lead has been …
February 6th, 2020
Recently, you might have noticed a new QR code-shaped button added to the top navigation of GymMaster – the quick sign up button. If you were wondering what this is or how to use it but just haven’t had a chance to have a look around (or simply hadn’t noticed it yet) this post is for you.
Let’s face it, some people are busy and don’t have time to spend answering 20 questions to sign up to your gym – for many members, the sign up process would be easier if they could fill in the information themselves. The quick …
January 26th, 2020
Labels are custom user-defined tags that can be applied to a member’s profile that can be used as an identifier when filtering the find-member page or your gym reporting. Learn what labels are and how they can be used here.
If you are familiar with GymMaster’s Custom Text Fields, you may see the similarity between these and Labels. Like Labels, Custom Text Fields can also be used to store custom information about a member on their profile, however, there are a few scenarios where you would benefit from using labels over custom text fields (and vice versa).
When to Use
January 15th, 2020
Our clients asked, and we listened. Introducing the newest addition to GymMaster’s feature list, Labels.
Labels are custom user-defined tags that can be applied to a gym member’s profile that can be used as an identifier when filtering reports or the find-member page. For example, you might like to create tags of different interests so if a prospect visits your club to enquire about a membership is a powerlifter, you might like to apply a “Powerlifter” label to their profile in GymMaster.
As you may already know, GymMaster reports can be filtered by almost any attribute which can be found …
December 20th, 2019
Selling gym products, such as supplements and club merchandise can result in a sizeable amount of secondary income for your business. Failing to sell these products can result in them sitting on your shelves after a long period of time can result in them becoming old, out-of-date and a waste of valuable club real estate which could be used elsewhere.
Problems such as those mentioned above highlight the importance of following these best practices for selling products at your gym.
Sell on your website
Allowing members to purchase products through your website makes them much easier for your members to
December 12th, 2019
To run a fitness club (or any form of business) it is important to have accurate and reliable information to base your business decisions upon. For many gym businesses, collecting and accessing this data used to be a tedious process of analyzing a host of spreadsheets and accounting records. Luckily for clubs today, there are gym management systems that automatically collect and present this information in a convenient and easy to understand way.
Here’s a list of default GymMaster reports you should be monitoring as part of your daily routine when running your fitness business.
Current Members Report