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Publisher's Summary

The average gym's annual revenue in the US is less than $300,000 with earnings before taxes, interest, and depreciation is $78,086, and it's even less for smaller studios.

How can you build your gym so that you can be the best in the industry?

A gym that: _________

  • ...is profitable
  • ...is sustainable without constant attention
  • ...has a strong brand that clients can trust
  • ...has a team of superstar trainers that is so vested in the business that your success will never end!

The answer is here in FitBiz by Daniel Nyiri.

From humble beginnings of just $150 to his name, to a multi-million dollar brand and franchise business, 4U Fitness, Daniel Nyiri has learned the ins and outs of what it takes to build a truly successful business.

In this book Daniel shares the strategies necessary to achieve long term success as a gym owner by teaching you how to work on the business instead of in it. You'll learn invaluable information to apply to your gym so that it too can become a seven-figure business.

©2017 Daniel Nyiri (P)2017 Daniel Nyiri

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This is a must read for fitness entrepreneurs

Would you listen to Fitbiz: Secrets of a Seven-Figure Gym again? Why?

Yeah, just for the quotes alone i would!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Fitbiz: Secrets of a Seven-Figure Gym?

The Pitch! A complete break down on how and why you should develop your own personal and business pitch for clients, media, investors and more.

Have you listened to any of Eric Morrison’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No

Any additional comments?

If you're in the fitness industry and are seeking to build your own brand or even start your own company, THIS is the book for you! It's easy to follow and Daniel gives amazing advice! There is also great general info for any up and coming entrepreneurs!!!

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Not just for the aspiring gym owner!

Great read and very informative as well! Not only did I take something valuable from each chapter to grow my business and help execute my goals, but it also gave me good confirmation and insight to things I'm already doing that are in the right direction. I loved the recommendations Daniel gave for other reads and I already started on that list as well. I find it exceptional and unique, the system/idea he created with the electro stimulator for the muscles. I live when people create and use something that will benefit the lives of others. I always love seeing people create and run amazing businesses and follow there passions and I find what he did exceptional and a brilliant idea. It's exciting to see new programs and ideas created. I can't wait to be back in Florida and check out fit4u. Keep up the great work! Thanks again, for creating.
Sincerely,
Sabrina Rose

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  • Mr Morgan
  • 02-22-18

sales pitch

Very little useful information in this book. Around five of the chapters are self promotion. I may have misunderstood the underlying purpose of this book, however, I don't think I did...