GymMaster Blog for the ‘Treshna’ Category

Gym Best Practices – Part 1

Thursday, December 12th, 2013
GymMaster is packed with some great features to help cut administration time and let you spend more time doing what you enjoy. Here are some simple suggestions to help make sure your system works for you.

Improving our Dash Board!

Friday, June 15th, 2012
We are keen to get your feedback on changes to our user interface.  Before we release the update we wanted to get your thoughts and opinions on the types of Key Performance Indicators that you rely on, on a daily basis. We appreciate we have many indicators within GymMaster but by bringing a few to the dashboard we hope will help centre your businesses attention on improving your success.

Gym Master version 5.0 launching this week

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Our development and testing teams have been busy busy busy.  And I’m excited to announce some further enhancements to our major v5.0 release.

  • Our fabulous new icon is now live and should be visible from your desktop.  Losing some of our key install software on our servers in the Feb 11 quake delayed this process but we finally succeeded with some outside of the box thinking from our technical team.
  • We’ve put more checks in place to ensure payments must be assigned to charges made in the PoS module.
  • We’ve improved the overall functionality of the PoS system and will

Are you a victim of false economy?

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011
A few weeks ago I was sleeping in a tent and fighting off the small, biting insects in a remote mountain pass. I’d just come from a 3-day hike and I was filthy, sore, and dying for a real meal of hot cooked protein. On the way home I stopped at a historic hotel and restaurant just off the main road. I’d been there many years ago, and I remembered it overflowing with rough-round-the-edges locals, road-weary travelers, good food and warmth.

What Pricing Strategy Should I Adopt for my Gym?

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
Determining the pricing strategy for a service can be a significant challenge for any organization. There are a number of variables to consider, such as…

Retaining memberships… tip 3

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Watch for red flags

A sure-fire sign that a member is at risk of cancelling their membership is when they stop attending your club as often as they used to.  By keeping tabs on attendance rates, you can spot at-risk members and see if you can find ways to stop them running away. Perhaps you could offer a free personal training session to get them motivated, or a discounted massage if they attend 3 times a week for the next month. It might be something as simple as an email, just to say “hey, is there something we can do…