Growing Your Gym Through Positive Customer Service Interactions

By |May 1st, 2017|

Written by Bryan Pritz

We’ve been open for over 6 years now, and at a membership base of over 600 at our Pacific Beach Gym, we’ve seen pretty much everything at this point. We operate in a highly transient market of San Diego where people move to another region of the country quite frequently. Through all of this, we’ve […]

#30: 6 Characteristics of Running a Successful Gym for 6 Years

By |April 20th, 2017|

This week on The Business of Lifting Weights, we reflect on 6 years running a successful gym in the highly competitive landscape of San Diego Gyms. We’ve been through a lot in those years, but ultimately our success comes down to 6 characteristics that have gone unchanged and allowed us to continue to grow year […]

Reflections on 6 Years of Operating a Successful Gym

By |April 19th, 2017|

Written by Dave Thomas

This week, we are fortunate enough to celebrate Performance360’s 6th birthday (7th if you count my personal training business prior to opening the gym). I don’t have an agenda for today’s article, and I didn’t have the chance to sit down and plan notes prior to writing. The way I wanted to […]

Me vs. We: A Mental Shift in How Your Gym Operates

By |April 1st, 2017|

by Dave Thomas
Owner, Performance360 & The Business of Lifting Weights

Possessing the self awareness to know the difference between “Me” versus “We” when running your gym is the difference between treading water at 150 to 200 members, or, moving away from the limelight, placing your community underneath it, and watching your gym grow in its glow by […]