Health and Fitness Businesses
Sevamob offers vital services for the equivalent of just $4 to $9 a month.
Fitocracy needed customer support for its 1.5 million users, so it took to the cloud, and business took off.
A chance meeting at a buffet table in Mexico led to a career change for Sam Langer.
Coming out of stealth mode Health IQ just launched a new app, one that increases your health literacy through quizzes on various fitness and nutrition-related topics.
Three entrepreneurs in the industry sound off on what it takes to get your foot into this growing field.
The fitness tracking company, which boasts 70 percent of the wearables market, has announced the launch of three new wristbands.
Small Business Heroes
A laser-focus on an underserved market can help catapult your entrepreneurial success, as in the case of these two business owners.
Anytime Fitness, Entrepreneur Magazine's Franchise of 2014, is a global, full-service gym with an army of dedicated fans.
Get tips on getting your business in shape from this 24-year-old GYMGUYZ franchisee.
Jamie and Tara Osborn, triathletes both, recognized that retail niche for athletes like themselves and so they opened Endurance House.
One of the best ways to keep your company in the black is to charge appropriate fees for your services. Find out how to set the best rates for your personal training business.
What's the extent of your liability if a client is injured while under your supervision? Here's how to protect yourself from liability when running a personal training business.
Get the skinny from existing business owners on the things you need to do to make your personal training business a success.
This franchisee worked as a professional cyclist, a cooking show host, a house-flipper and more before finding franchising.
Customer referrals and referrals from healthcare professionals are a gold mine for personal trainers seeking new clients. Find out how to get these two groups to refer their friends, family and patients.