John is the owner of Team Moljo Strength and Conditioning. He is an advocate for health, fitness, human relations, leadership and above all business and entrepreneurship in the fitness industry.
With a BS in Business Management and Analysis, he credits his success in fitness to his business and human relations expertise. With a clear understanding that a “trainer/coach/fitness professional” and “business owner” are two separate jobs with completely different responsibilities, he pushes to ensure that both are given the attention they demand in order for the business to flourish. John has taken the fitness professional journey from corporate personal trainer to successful gym owner with just about everything in between. In addition to his expertise in both business and fitness, John believes the most valuable asset to anyone in this industry is their ability to create and sustain high-quality client and staff relationships. He believes that In order to successfully compete in the fitness industry these days you need to be a 4 headed monster:
A Fitness Professional
A Business Professional
A People’s Professional
A Leadership Professional
Along with partner and co-founder Neal Snyder, John created The LAB Academy of Fitness to share the “lessons learned” with those who have a sincere desire to grow and develop their careers as fitness professionals with particular emphasis on those who aspire to successful gym ownership.
Neal has been a personal trainer, manager, and program director for 10 years. He started off training clients and quickly moved into a management role at a luxury health and fitness brand. Responsible for all aspects of the business from hiring to developing novice and senior trainers to hitting revenue targets, he learned the skills and qualities that make personal trainers successful in the corporate environment. Neal has spoken in dozens of corporate lectures on health and fitness as well on business and leadership at the Strength Matters conferences. He also interviews
Neal has spoken in dozens of corporate lectures on health and fitness as well on business and leadership at the Strength Matters conferences. He also interviews successful personal trainers and coaches to continue how to learn how to get better and help others.
You can read and listen to these interviews at www.whatsnewcoach.com