How to Get on TV in Fitness

9 Responses

  1. Ricardo says:

    I’ve receive and read your mailings. This last one has called my attention because you talk about press releases and TV. I once purchased a DVD from you and the sound and image quality was awful. I beleive it went straight to the bin. My surprise is that a few years later your video quality and sound stell are extremely poor. I think you should look after these before talking about media issues. Good luck and thanks for the effort.

  2. Ricardo says:

    Sorry the Enter-key slipt off in the former comment.

    I receive and read your mailings. This last one has called my attention because you talk about press releases and TV. I once purchased a DVD from you and the sound and image quality was awful. I beleive it went straight to the bin. My surprise is that a few years later your video quality and sound still are extremely poor. I think you should look after these before talking about media issues. Good luck and thanks for the effort.

  3. Peter Camann says:

    Brian, I must concur with Ricardo’s critique, the sound quality was so poor I was unable, even after 5 repeats, to distinguish the name of speaker you extolled as a superb orator. Likewise, it was difficult to distinguish the name of the book you recommended. Was it “Say it like a Woman”? Other than that, your ongoing messages and emphasis upon self-improvement to advance one’s coaching skills is certainly well appreciated. To infinity and beyond.

  4. Dave Gleason says:

    Interesting to gloss over the fact that despite the quality of the video feed, the information presented is priceless considering the positive ramifications following through with this content can have on a fitness business.

    It is quite evident to me that this video is an uncut clip inside a training session that the audience probably paid for. The opportunity to learn from someone who has had tremendous success (for free) is a blessing no matter what the medium.

    When given the chance, take as much information as possible and apply it…the systems work when we work the systems.

    Again, despite the sound quality…

    4 things I pulled out of this video that can help all of us:

    1.) Public speaking is crucial to the success of my business.
    2.) Study great orator and how they deliver a message.
    3.) Speak about your PASSION
    4.) Make the argument for the audience

    When I view it again later I will see what more I can pull out of it that will help me.

    There is a big difference between hearing and listening…

    Go get em’!

  5. Hi Brian, I would like to get your free seminar information on How to Get On TV in Fitness because I am getting ready to launch a major advertising campaign with my mobile fitness and massage therapy spa wellness business. I am in the process of obtaining my massage therapy certificate. When I obtain my license in a few m onths, I would like to reach out to the fitness community at large, and the communities’ different age groups from children to senior citizens. I live in Miami and work South Florida. I want to give a professional impression and use an approach that will capture and help change the condiitioning behavior and thought processes of large audiences. This is not just for a business approach but initially to enlighten people that beauty, happy & health children, better life style at any age and a longer healthier life starts with a different type of thinking and psychological thought of behavior dealing with wellness and beauty. Its the old saying beauty comes from within!

    I want to market myself so people will enjoy seeing, hearing, sensing and feeling what I am selling can only benefit them and their family’s lives. Please help. I believe there is a m arket here for children’s exercise. Where would you advise to put a program together and what games would you suggest? I know you always say make it fun, make it fun. I feel I need to make it fun in my marketing approach as well.

    Thanks Marie, need to rest just came in from Naples attending a major kayak festival!

  6. Rick Kaselj says:

    Brian,

    Thanks for posting this video, very informative & inspiring.

    Looking forward for your next great post.

    Take care

    Rick Kaselj
    of ExercisesForInjuries.com

  7. Shulanda Barnett says:

    Hi Brian,
    I am very interested in getting your information on how to get on tv in fitness. I recently launched my mobilize preschool fitness business here in Texas and there are well known preschool fitness programs like myself that has been out here for years and has already made a name for themselves. I would like to find creative ways to getting my name out there and letting schools know that I am experience and just as passionate about what I do. Thank you for all the good info you provide.

    Shulanda Barnett

  8. Scott G. Smith says:

    Good Stuff as always Brian.

    While I had to turn up the volume and pay close attention (which ain’t a bad thing) the Information was priceless. mad me wish I was there. It’s always the small things like this that people sometimes over look that are life changing.

    Peter, FYI, the name of the book is “Say it Like Obama” I believe. And like him or not. I believe that his skills in oration are stellar. I think he is in office mainly because of his ability to communicate effectively… more effectively than others. He was unflappable in every debate and you always knew EXACTLY what he meant. We could choose whether or not we liked what he said but we never left wondering (while I don’t agree with his every move, I know where he stands).

    In the same way, we need to identify our audience and be students of that audience. You can’t be a guru unless others think so.

  9. Hi Brian,

    Thanks for another informative post. It’s because of people like you and the helpful information you put out that I’m an active member in the IYCA. Your advice has been very helpful in helping me to grow my buisness. Keep up the great work and thanks for all you do.

    David

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