The CrossFit Open Is Over – Now What?

By April 28, 2015Running a Gym
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You just finished up the CrossFit Games Open, along with over 250,000 people around the world. It’s a great time to consider getting something new and fresh for your community on your schedule. The Whole Life Challenge.

Check out the site. Then take the 17 minutes you’ll need to register your official team. The upside for you and your community is huge.

Here are the top five reasons you should drop what you’re doing and join us.

  1. Foster Community – Having a large group working towards a common goal is one of the best ways to foster a sense of community in your gym (kinda sounds like the Open, right?)
  2. Build Camaraderie – Your clients will get a chance to interact with each other completely differently than they do when at the gym – building relationships, connecting, eating, sharing a longer-term experience together.
  3. Ease of Implementation– it’s easy to get signed up, takes almost no time, and compared to a challenge you might run on your own, it’s almost effortless to run. You get to spend time during the Challenge doing what you do best – coaching.
  4. Revenue Share – You earn a percentage of the revenue for every person that winds up on your team. Doesn’t matter if they are a member of your gym or not. If they’re on your team once registration closes, you earn money for them.
  5. Raving Fans – Your clients will learn things about themselves they’ve never learned before. You’ll get to coach them in ways you’ve never been able to before. Everyone wins – and your clients will love you for it.
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Andy Petranek
Andy is what you’d call a modern day Renaissance Man: a former professional trumpeter who attended the Eastman School of Music; a snowboarder, mountain biker, surfer, kayaker, outrigger paddler, mountaineer, and former Marine (Gulf War veteran); a professionally sponsored adventure racer; and the oldest participant to qualify for and participate in the CrossFit Games at the age of 43.

Andy is a certified CHEK Practitioner and holistic lifestyle coach. He holds a spectrum of certifications from CrossFit and is also a Vivobarefoot certified running coach. He has trained as a Zen buddhist and graduated with a Master’s degree in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica.

Andy founded CrossFit LA one of the first and most successful CrossFit training centers in the world and the first to be featured in national media. He is the co-founder of the Whole Life Challenge, Inc, currently its president, and is also a consultant and life/business coach. Andy lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Julia, and son, Dashel.

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