Kindal Boyle is a personal trainer and an RKC kettle bell coach in Charleston where she owns two fit strength studios for women with her husband. She also shares a passion for living your fitness at her blog, Lifting Revolution.
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In this episode you’ll learn:
why you need to work with your local community first
how she works daily with her husband
how she navigates her free verse paid content
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Tell us a little bit about you, Kindal Boyle, and what you do.
I live in Charleston where I have 2 fitness studios. We cater to women with passion for fitness and strength. We offer weight lifting, kettle bell, and body weight style boot camp classes. It’s not your traditional walk-in gym. My husband and I started that fitness about 8 years ago. I started the business, and he came on full time with me about 5-6 years ago. We have a blog Lifting Revolution, and we own an online studio as well called Fit Woman’s Weekly there are videos so people can work out right there with me. I have a workout partner, so I know how beneficial that is. My passion is helping push other women to be their inspiration and their workout partners any time that they need it.
Did your in-person strength studios come first or did your online businesses come first?
A little bit of both.
Do you think entrepreneurs should be getting out in their community?
I cannot stress enough how important it is that you need to get out there and do something in your own local community first.
How have you really separated your free stuff on your blog from your paid for programs?
As far as the free stuff, we’re really smart about it. We are big believers about giving away short-term free products. Years ago on my blog people would always comment, “Thank you. You’re so real.” I’ve used that to my advantage and say, “I am your real trainer. I am here for you, I’m going to tell it like it is. I’m going to tell you my struggle which I have always done, and that’s one of the great things that sets me apart.
Is there one particular flop you had in your business?
My biggest flop is trying to be in control of everything and in charge of everything.
Is there one lesson that you’ve learned in the past few months that you wish you knew when you were starting out with your businesses?
One thing I wish I knew and would go back and change would be outsourcing. I would have started it from the get go. I think that it would made things super easy. The biggest thing is taking small actions every single day to move forward.
Kindal Boyle is a personal trainer and RKC kettle bell coach in Charleston. She owns two fit strength studios for women and shares a passion for living your fitness at her blog, Lifting Revolution. Her passion is helping push other women to be their inspiration and their workout partners any time that they need it.
Online Training Site: fitwomensweekly.net
Facebook: Fit Women’s Weekly
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