In this episode, I’m delighted to join Tony
Gentilcore to discuss how he charted his path within
the fitness industry and has built a thriving business
using coaching, writing, and educating.
Tony was one of the co-founders of Cressey Sports Performance
(CSP). Since leaving CSP in 2016, he has been training people at
his own studio, CORE, located in Boston, MA.
During our conversation, Tony explained:
- Owning your own gym is not the gold standard
for success in the fitness industry.
- There are other career paths you can follow to have a
fulfilling and financially rewarding fitness career.
- How he developed his education workshops and has taken them
online during the pandemic.
- He suffers from imposter syndrome occasionally despite
having presented worldwide, training countless elite athletes,
and being featured in numerous publications.
- And why he rarely gives a single workshop
I had a ton of fun on this interview and have no doubt
you’ll find tremendous value in Tony’s insight and
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