As someone who has worked with endurance coaches for the more than a decade, I know that you are always looking at how you can improve your business. Even if you don’t typically think about your coaching as a “business”, you want to be as efficient as you can, provide your clients with your best services possible, and offer them the best tools available in the industry.
In 2012 TrainingPeaks conducted a survey on the state of endurance coaching. This was a first-of-a-kind, world-wide effort with the goal simply to shed some light on an industry with little shared data about itself. Download our full survey report now.
Just as this is the time of year where athletes are planning out 2013 and searching for coaches, this is also the time think about how you can expand your business and set your clients up to receive the best experience they can from your services.
As you probably know, December and January are times of reflection and goal setting for many athletes. Not surprisingly, this is also a time where we see a significant increase in training plan sales on TrainingPeaks.com. Will you be a part of the fun this year?
Every year ends with reflection and begins with a fresh drive. This is true for your athletes as well as for you as a coach. This is when you ask yourself what you did well last year and what you can improve on for the next. Now is the time to re-invest in and to get serious about your coaching business. Here is how TrainingPeaks can help you.