Are you looking to make money part time in fitness? The fitness industry is a great place to generate a side income while keeping in great shape yourself. — What’s not to like? You both get to do something you love, take care of your own health while you help others, and earn quite good money on top.
At the moment more and more people take interest in their heath and physical well-being. And that’s a trajectory that doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. So now is a really good time to start a part time fitness career if you want to be adding a profitable extra income with time you need for working out yourself anyway.
But because of all these inherent benefits and general attraction of the health and fitness industry, it can be a quite competitive and you need to do a few things right to stand out among all the new fitness offers appearing across the industry at the moment.
The good news? — That if you follow the advice of this article, you will quickly be on your way to good side income working part time in the fitness industry!
All the advice we will be sharing with you here are tried and tested by Rachel Withers, who launched and runs a successful ballet workout business, named BalletBeFit. By now BalletBeFit is rapidly branching out to more and more cities throughout the UK thanks to its increasing popularity with women of all ages, hopes and sizes who wants to improve their health and feel better about themselves.
And that perfectly leads to the most crucial point to consider before you do anything to get into the fitness industry; find your NICHE. No business in any industry has ever made it by trying to be “everything for no one, and nothing for everyone”. You need to stand out form the competition. — Why? Because otherwise you will be a startup trying to compete with giant fitness chains with huge budgets, marketing budgets, and countless established gyms, and that’s a fight you will certainly loose!
That means that you can either come up with an original new idea or fitness concept that hasn’t been done before. That’s what Rachel did when she successfully combined being a certified ballet instructor with an accessible fitness class open for women at all ages and fitness levels.
Or you can become a fitness instructor or franchise an already successful fitness concept. That way you will be ready to start making money right from the start instead of waiting months or years for your own business to turn profitable.
To learn more about how you can become a certified ballet instructor with BalletBeFit, have a look here.